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    Purchased coach to find a job anywhere I needed to go after being laid off for 18 months. To my surprise.. I landed a fulltime position within a month, stored RV and enjoy weekend trips with it.

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  1. I had same problem with door not opening. Btw.. this is separate from screen door swing arm rivet issue. I left coach to get a few groceries from local market. When I returned I was unable to open the main (only) door. My dog was laying comfortably inside all nice and cozy while I tried to no avail open the door. I called AAA and tech showed up, he ruined 4 of the 38 screw heads as removing door seemed last resort. One last attempt was to toggle door while pushing and it opened.. gave his huge dog 2 hotdogs. Lol Repair not easy because of all screws involved in process
  2. Great advice! But I’m really wanting a front cover for my coach. I think it looks really nice. I’m looking for a black colored front bra for 2001 Monaco Knight. Any suggestions on companies that supply this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
  3. I absolutely love pic of 2000 Windsor! You’re really keeping it clean. Hopefully I can get my 2001 Knight looking that good soon. Btw.. Nice trailer as well. My coach generator runs off propane. It has its pluses and minuses for sure. One plus is if Boondocking I have extra 100lb portable tank. (Never used lol). Pain in rear removing after setup. Still love my coach and no regrets. It’s like I’m driving a brand new coach and it’s 19 years old. A little rusty in places but a true workhorse. 2001 Monaco Knight New awnings, upgraded TV’s, New tires. Working too much to enjo
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