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  • Toula, DougWW and Cynthia joined.
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  • Bill@ndRox
    I couldn’t open up the roster. Probably not doing it right.  Just see a half page of writing embedded in a grid. Help!
    3:52PM
  • Just noticed exterior rubber molding that joins roof to wall has separated on our '16 Outback. At its widest, the separation looks to be about 1/2 inch and runs for a few feet. In my opinion, 1/2 inch is too much to caulk. Any ideas how to fix this?
    August 16
    • Sharon_is_SAM
      Sharon_is_SAM
      @denlatham, you have posted to your own “wall” unseen by most. Please go to the “Home” page and post your discussion or use the Search feature. The loose rubber molding has been discussed a lot.

      Sharon - Moderator
    • denlatham
      denlatham
      thanks. still learning my way around the forum
  • We have a 2017 TAB  S and are replacing the glycol first time in Adle heating system. Please tell us where the bleeding screws are located?
    August 15
    • Sharon_is_SAM
      Sharon_is_SAM
      Vega, you have posted in an area that is rarely seen. Please return to the Home page and search for Alde Glycol and threads will be found on this topic.
    • Vega2499
      Vega2499
      Thanks Sam. Well...it is my first post! I’ve read so many Adle posts I know everything except where bleeding screws in our TAB!
    • Sharon_is_SAM
      Sharon_is_SAM
      @Vega2499, Congratulations on your first post! You will soon be our Bleeding Screws authority. Please share your findings!
  • Bill@ndRox
    We're in site #15.   Was a bit confusing to find the spot and I'm hoping that this is near the [email protected] campers.  Still not sure if it matches your description of where to camp.  No hookups, water nearby.  We do have some solar in the Outback.  Should be fun.  Thanks  [email protected]
    12:50AM
  • DurangoTaB
    I got ours through the UK...outstanding service and a lot cheaper than NuCamp 
    https://www.marineteak.co.uk/lagun-adjustable-swivelling-cockpit-table-mounting-system-331
    August 16
  • NCNative
    Hi! It is nice to see other [email protected] with a 19 400 BL like mine! I am in the East Bay, Where are you all located?
    August 16
  • Leed
    Is this [email protected] still for sale?  Thank you, Lee
    August 16
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  • twinstab
    do you still have it for sale?
    August 16
  • Good Morning All!  New to the [email protected] forum, have been a member of the [email protected] forum since we purchased our 2018 [email protected] XL Boondock in February 18'.  We have had 6 camping outings so far with the longest being a week in Lake Chelan, Washington.  No issues to report other than the spare tire coming very loose on the drive home to Olympia, WA, we stopped at North Bend and i got under the trailer with the handy little wrench provided, and was able to tighten it up, no problem!  We have used the air conditioning on a regular basis and find it works extremely well.  We absolutely love our little [email protected], we recently became empty nesters, now if i could just figure out how to do this full time, damn work getting in the way!! Anyhow, this is the BEST forum i have ever been apart of.  What a great bunch of people willing to always help and give best advice!  We are looking at joining the Washington State East meets West trip in May 19' at Lincoln Rock State Park, i should have my reservations completed this morning, hoping to find availability!  thanks so much for the add, and everyone have a fantastic day!! Scott & Tammie, with Zip (mini queensland heeler) and bootsie (chihuahua, mom) and peanut (chihuahua daughter)!
    August 16
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    August 16
  • safeldm
    is your [email protected] for sale?  i'm in denver, can come by and see it this weekend
    August 15
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    August 14
  • Rebecki
    Hi Ccrider,  I am definitely looking for a Tab 320 S Boondock, however I need to consider the time to travel to Jersey.

    Rebecki 
    August 15
    • ccrider098
      ccrider098
      Hi Rebecki, this is not a Boondock edition. It has the aluminum Boondock platform installed on it. John
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    August 13
  • riooso
    Thanks for the Vid... loved it.
    August 13
  • Any help? Water pump runs when turned on but no water or just a few drops....what's going on? [email protected] Outback 2017.
    Jeege

    August 12
    • Sharon_is_SAM
      Sharon_is_SAM
      See your private message with help and directions for posting. Sharon
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  • Drewcarrie
    National supply, Yamaha dealer,stated that two 2000isV2 would be needed to run at altitude. U could use ur old one w a new one. New one being the driver. Don’t get tempted by Costco. I camp above 4000 feet only off grid. By the way did u get it working or learn all this by now? One can get so lost in this forum, so much to read. Someone in Ohio said one suitcase would work never asking my altitude. So one year later I’m buying another and the pigtail (sidewinder on nat sup’s website$88) which has funny three prong connection
    August 11
    • robpt
      robpt
      I have paralleled the 2000isV2 with the 2000is. Works if you have start the temp at a higher point and let it gradually spool up. The 2000isV2 will default to the 2000is board's peak time. I am looking to install an Easy Start on the compressor later so I can just run the air off the 2000isV2 and sell the older one. From there, I would like to covert to propane on the generator.
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  • Shakedown cruise over, Gatsby and I have headed out. Either I’m confident all will be well and I’ll deal with experiences as they come, or I’m blind stupid headed into disaster. I prefer the former mindset. 
    Still haven’t mastered the refrigerator lighting on propane, despite doing EXACTLY what I’m told will work. In the interim, I have purchased a fairly decent cooler and merely transfer perishable food to it between plug in stops. Eventually I’ll get to the NuCamp factory and see what they can do or it will light reliably when I try. Grrr... 
    I feel like I’d be happier with an electric source other than expensive campgrounds. Solar or generator? If you have a generator, do you just run it for a little while? I don’t use the AC or TV and have no appliances other than an extra lamp or two. I think solar would be better but want it beefy enough to run the fridge (see propane problem above). I have no experience with electrical things so haven’t a clue about running wires, etc. 200W solar plus 2 6 volt golf batteries plus an  inverter seems to be what I need. No longer having a home to which things can be shipped, I face the dilemma of how to get these things?
    August 11
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    August 10
  • GDawg


    This is Luna. She is three and an absolutely fabulous dog!

    Oops. I guess the photo is a bit large.

    August 10
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    August 9
  • atlasb
    Hi Big Grover,  Sorry for the issues with your 400!  We have found that some dealers are not much better than used car salesmen.  I no longer use our local auto dealer for most service as I got tired of taking care of their issues.  I thought I remembered that you made a replacement table for the dinette and when I saw the problem with your original table, I wondered if you had switched back to the original as the new one you constructed wasn't what you wanted.  We don't use our table as we keep it in the down position and that is where our dog loves to sit.  I did however construct a small round removable bistro style table and it works for the way we like.  We all find different ways to use things and the fun part is the different approaches that people take.  I hope that in the end, everything works out for you and that you are able to enjoy!  I do know, NU Camp has been one of the best companies that we have dealt with and is great at taking care of the customer.  Fred.
    August 7
    • BigGrover
      BigGrover
      Atlas, we haven't switched back on the table when it's just the wife and me.. We just use the original when our son comes and we need to make the front bed. I have been toying with the idea of cutting some 1" plywood in the shape of the cushion that goes down when using the bunk and having a full time u shaped sitting area that can also be used for his bed.

      I am greatly disappointed with the dealer. Their tech seems to be more of a duct tape and hammer mechanic and the powers that be there have no interest in setting things straight. As long as the cool cat, alde and converter don't need repairing I hope to handle any further maintenance on my own.