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Old 08-07-2012, 08:13 AM   #1
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Any thing in particular we should be looking for during the PDI that is unique to Crossroads?
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Old 08-07-2012, 08:22 AM   #2
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Not unique to Crossroads but will give you a guideline to follow.



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If you didn't get enough reading from the site Keith posted, here is another.

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i would also bring a video camara, its amazing how much you can forget after leaving the lot.
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Concur, either video or notebook to jot down info about the RV. Let them set your hitch up and get it home. Then set your hitch on your own when you get home. Drag out the stack of instruction manuals and read through them while setting your rig up in the driveway. Address those new issues 10 feet from the garage instead of 200 miles and one wrench away from the garage.
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I agree with DFWScotty. Our first trip was 4 days 6 miles from home, boondocking. Tested the water pump, the heater, almost everything except the A/C, which was tested in due time during our spring heat wave. If you are going to have problems, have them close so you don't have far to go for help. That's good advice for sure.

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