Finally got the new pop up out!

Discussion in 'Let me tell you about my trip' started by AzJeff, Apr 14, 2019 at 11:47 PM.

  1. AzJeff

    AzJeff New Member

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    So we bought the 2010 Coleman Yuma at the end of last May and because of moving to a new house and work and weather and and and we never managed to get out at all. I fussed around with it and fixed this and that but it's like new except for a hail dimpled top. Well we finally got out this weekend to Lake Pleasant north of Phoenix for the first trip. We forgot some items but it was great to be out. One thing that has to go is the cheapo thermostat that has at least a 10 degree swing. A non-programmable digital is on the way. Otherwise, fridge worked better after 90 miles of road time, hot water is hot, furnace works, dogs like it. First time camping for the 8 month old red heeler girl. Planning a week in May.
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    People in the west don't know what these are! I grew up eating them every trip in Pa.
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    Also I noticed 3 of 4 of these lift trim pieces are broken. Is there anyplace to get Coleman parts? I understand what they do and that they don't affect function but I like things right.
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    fourhallatts Active Member

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    What a great looking spot! Check out www.colemanpopupparts.com for parts. They have a pretty good selection. Good luck & happy camping!
     
  3. nineoaks2004

    nineoaks2004 Every meal is a picnic and every Day is a holiday

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    The first trip out is always fun and the time to look at small things to add to the to do list. Site looks good , food looks great and y'all made some great memories. as well as an adventure. Now to start planning for trip #2. Good Luck and happy camping
     
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    In our Tempe years we made a bunch of runs up the Apache Trail... Its even better to get off the main road area some too...

    This was back in my JEEP days pulling a util trailer loaded down with Tent Camping supplies...

    Roy Ken
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    You didn't come across a "Singing Bush" while you were there, did you?
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