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Bird Freak

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Posted: 08/04/20 07:31am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Curious here. Did you see ay damage to the coach or just the EZ up against it?


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Posted: 08/04/20 11:29am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bird Freak wrote:

Curious here. Did you see ay damage to the coach or just the EZ up against it?


It looked like it was scratched in a # of places.


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Yes I cried because it was the nicest coach (at least custom paint wise) I'd ever seen. I cried because I can appreciate fine things in this world, wether they're owned by people wealthier than me or not is irrelevant, they're still fine things. I put myself in that person's shoes thinking that if I'd worked my @ ss off to get a dream coach & then to have it needlessly damaged because of someone else's negligence, I'd be pissed.

That is one deluxe paint job. Those two vertical rectangles in the rear--are they windows that have been painted/whatever-ed white to blend in? If so, the fact that I have to ask if they're windows says "mission accomplished."

If not, then "What the hell are those weird rectangles on that fancy coach?"

But what do I know--I think it's a risk to paint stripes over refrigerator vents because of the hassle involved if you have to replace it.

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Accidents happen, that's life. I would guess that the owner of the awning has no problem covering the cost of any damage.

I own 2 EZ-ups, both 12'x14'. Sometimes use one, sometimes use both, sometimes use none (and no, it's not because I left my awning out and it got destroyed; I use my RV awning next to the RV; my EZ-Ups are for other areas). Usually I stake them down, although not always. Really depends on where I am setting them up, length of time they will be up, and the likelihood of any wind during that time. And BTW, awnings can and sometimes do get picked up by wind gusts even when staked down and even when NOT left unattended. And yes, that also applies to RV awnings.


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Yes that is exactly what I am saying. That is what insurance is for. At most the king could sue the low life for the deductible!


Well, if I was the king, I'd rather take it out of your hide for scratching my ride...
You must have some animosity towards folks with nice things!


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Rice wrote:


That is one deluxe paint job. Those two vertical rectangles in the rear--are they windows that have been painted/whatever-ed white to blend in? If so, the fact that I have to ask if they're windows says "mission accomplished."

If not, then "What the hell are those weird rectangles on that fancy coach?"


Yup matching see though vinyl wrap, like you see on cars/vans that are 100% wrapped with a design or logo.

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Saw the same thing 2 days ago in Pigeon Forge. Don't know where it came from but hit the back of my DP and ended up caught on the TV antenna of the 5er next to me. It had disappeared the next morning.....

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Posted: 08/05/20 04:08am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Good thing it didn't hit legs first. The slide corner stopping it may have kept it from scraping down the whole side of the coach. She is a pretty one.


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