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    New to the Fuel Fam

    Hello Everyone,
    New to the Fuel Line, waiting to pick up our 335 as soon as it comes in.

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    Re: New to the Fuel Fam

    Welcome to the forum!

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    Re: New to the Fuel Fam

    Quote Originally Posted by DesertRat70 View Post
    Hello Everyone,
    New to the Fuel Line, waiting to pick up our 335 as soon as it comes in.
    Congrats on your new Fuel, hope you do not have to wait too long for it to arrive.

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    Re: New to the Fuel Fam

    Thanks, shouldn't be but a couple of weeks.

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    Re: New to the Fuel Fam

    Just make sure you test & operate everything before you sign, especially from CW, much easier than going back. The tech doing our PDI told us he gets one hour, I said who takes over when you leave because we are testing & checking everything, I have all day. He kept telling us why we couldnt do that right now & I kept showing him how we can. As long as you dont give them the $$$ they keep finding more time, good luck .

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    Re: New to the Fuel Fam

    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade1LI View Post
    Just make sure you test & operate everything before you sign, especially from CW, much easier than going back. The tech doing our PDI told us he gets one hour, I said who takes over when you leave because we are testing & checking everything, I have all day. He kept telling us why we couldnt do that right now & I kept showing him how we can. As long as you dont give them the $$$ they keep finding more time, good luck .

    Thanks for the info, will make sure to do just that.

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    Re: New to the Fuel Fam

    We were a little more niave. Did not think we had to worry about PDI.

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    Re: New to the Fuel Fam

    Here is a link to a great PDI list created by Oregoncamper. i recommend dividing the list between 2 people that will make it go a lot quicker. Our last rig we took close to 4 hours. My wife mainly focused on the interior and I did the outside. Most everything was minor and we where extremely picky. The tech stayed with up the entire time. Donít let them tell you otherwise. Itís no different than a house you do an inspection/walk thru/ punch list prior to signing your life away. Do the same with the RV


    https://www.rvwiththetanners.com/pre...ery-inspection


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    Re: New to the Fuel Fam

    Quote Originally Posted by tgtrotter View Post
    We were a little more niave. Did not think we had to worry about PDI.
    You didn't do a PDI? That explains a lot about why you're so upset.
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