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General Discussion / Re: Gone again
« Last post by Engineerlt on Today at 04:31:22 pm »
That is truly sad to hear. It seems to me that the storage facility should install cameras and some deterrents like motion lights etc.
I hope the thief's get there just reward. Karma....
Very Respectfully
General Discussion / Re: Gone again
« Last post by jimmer on Today at 04:10:52 pm »
So sorry to hear that, Garmp.     We had our's stolen while in our driveway,  finding out the morning we were going to leave for a trip.   Thankfully, our shop got us in and out the same day and we salvaged what we could of the reservations by
leaving the next day.
Just curious,  you say the initial theft was from the storage lot,  was the second time from your home ?   Or back at the lot ?
Hopefully,  the anti-theft device does it's job.    I'm worried if we install one,  they might still try, and possibly wreck something in the process, whether they succeed or not in removing it.

When we got home from the trip we slept in it out in the driveway, about a week,  until we brought it to indoor storage for the season.  We left as many lights on as possible !   
General Discussion / Re: Gone again
« Last post by CalCruiser on Today at 04:04:08 pm »
Cordless lithium-ion saws and grinders can cut through chains and cables. Watch your e-bikes and motorcycles too.
General Discussion / Re: Gone again
« Last post by Taildragger on Today at 01:03:56 pm »
How do they get away with it?  That question comes to mind.  I have wondered that for years. Same question about copper welding leads and random lengths of plumbing that have been eviscerated from public tenements - turning them into vacant buildings,

Undoubtedly the culprits receive little compared to the value of the whole converters.   I somehow doubt serial numbering the unit with traceable information will add transparency to the catalytic converter recycling industry.  Not when the market is openly fostered by Facebook being used to contact mobile buyers.

The thefts are occurring in driveways and along the curb of residential areas.  Every time I leave my PC at the storage facility, I wonder if I am going to return and find wheels, exhaust system, or interior electronics missing. 

The culprits are showing up with power grinders and buzz saws.  How much security will it take to foil their effort?
General Discussion / Re: Roadside Assistance Plans
« Last post by WillLloyd on Today at 12:15:37 pm »
Something else to keep in mind, if you bought a new coach, it came with a five year roadside assistance plan from Ford.
Look for wet spots near the transfer switch. Thatís where our leak accumulated and and we didnít see it until it was too late.
General Discussion / Re: Gone again
« Last post by WillLloyd on Today at 12:12:42 pm »
That is unbelievable. I did not know they were such a high stake commodity  I would be pissed beyond belief.
General Discussion / Re: Euro Chairs
« Last post by WillLloyd on Today at 12:10:58 pm »
Thanks. I will do some more digging.
General Discussion / Re: Gone again
« Last post by donc13 on Today at 12:01:33 pm »
When it rains, it pours.

Darn, that's bad, sorry that happened to you.
General Discussion / Re: Euro Chairs
« Last post by Ron Dittmer on Today at 11:25:28 am »
CLICK HERE to get to Paul's Seating website.  I did not find the euro chair leaving me to wonder if they source it elsewhere.

Paul's Seating supplied all our 2007 seating for Phoenix.  Many years ago now, I replaced our barrel chair with a 3rd captain seat from Paul's Seating.
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