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Old 05-21-2015, 03:23 PM   #1
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Well, we're no longer TT virgins!!!

We just came back from a 10 day maiden voyage with our new 2014 Denali 289RK (bought new last October). Everything went perfect and all appliances and equipment performed as expected. We had to take it to the dealer on the return for a few minor adjustments but nothing serious. We can't wait to go back again for the whole month of June!!!

I posted a question about levelling first and then opening your slides and we followed your advice - no probs there either. BTW Eric, we did not experience any leaning toward the slide side like you do once they were open but that is something I will certainly be watching....it could have been the lay of the land that kept us from leaning a bit.

So, there you go! I just thought I would share our positive experience with everyone. Oh, and I purchased a TPMS and that works like a charm. We can check the tire pressures and temperatures at the press of a button so hopefully we can prevent tire problems before they happen.

Regards to all.......Yves
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Old 05-25-2015, 10:39 PM   #2
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We just came back from a 10 day maiden voyage with our new 2014 Denali 289RK (bought new last October). Everything went perfect and all appliances and equipment performed as expected. We had to take it to the dealer on the return for a few minor adjustments but nothing serious. We can't wait to go back again for the whole month of June!!!

I posted a question about levelling first and then opening your slides and we followed your advice - no probs there either. BTW Eric, we did not experience any leaning toward the slide side like you do once they were open but that is something I will certainly be watching....it could have been the lay of the land that kept us from leaning a bit.

So, there you go! I just thought I would share our positive experience with everyone. Oh, and I purchased a TPMS and that works like a charm. We can check the tire pressures and temperatures at the press of a button so hopefully we can prevent tire problems before they happen.

Regards to all.......Yves
Glad to hear everything went well!! Hope you enjoy yours like we do ours. In just a little over a year we have 52 nights and almost 5000 miles. We leave in two weeks for our longest trip to date, going to South Dakota and Yellowstone NP for a 15 day trip.

I don't know what to say about the leaning with the slide. Must be something with mine!!
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Glad to hear everything went well!! Hope you enjoy yours like we do ours. In just a little over a year we have 52 nights and almost 5000 miles. We leave in two weeks for our longest trip to date, going to South Dakota and Yellowstone NP for a 15 day trip.

I don't know what to say about the leaning with the slide. Must be something with mine!!
Have a great and safe trip. This year, we will be putting at least 105 nights into it.....retirement, can't beat the benefits!!!!
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