The wife and I picked up the RV and our initial impression of the job they did was awesome. It’s kind of hard to really go over it like we would want to since it was something like 8f and we couldn’t wash the rig. As you can tell by the picture the rig is dirty but the front looks nice! When I went to start the rig, it had been sitting out for only 3 days and the battery seemed a bit weak. I’m guessing the body shop guys going into and out of the rig for 2 months and it not being started that much weakened the new main battery.
The engine did start so I let it warm up. I primed the generator and tried to start it but it was no joy, the house batteries were simply too weak. So I took it to a gas station to fill up the tank which was about 10 miles away and while gassing up tried it again, it took a few attempts but I finally got her going. I turned on the furnace and it started warming up inside which was nice. When I went outside to check the pump I found it refused to allow anymore gas in, the gauge only showed 3/4 of a tank so I’m going to have to have that checked out.
The rig is now back in storage so I’m going to have to visit it every week to insure everything keeps functioning. The system has these two rather large battery disconnects for the engine and house systems so I turned them both to the off position. Oh last thing to note, we have MICE!! Tomorrow I'm going to bring traps up to get rid of the little buggers, any recommendations as to which kind to get?
New windshields, freshly pained front end Drivers side angle
Passenger side angle Driver side fender
Passenger side fender Entrance handle repainted
Passenger side mirror Drivers side mirror