We stayed in Coach House RV parking lot. They have hook ups. It was nice to get to go over everything and the next morning having a couple of my questions answered. They did a fantastic walk though before we took delivery. Who is your salesmanBimmerdog,
Did you stay overnight close to Coach House? Do you have any suggestions for first overnight stay near the factory?
Jason was ours also when you go tell Jason Pat (the guys) said hello. He will get it. We had Coach House do a couple of things on our coach that they had not done before. We had a removable table put in so that when the two cab chairs are turned around we will be able to have a table for them. We also had them install 6 Alcoa wheels instead of 4 of them.Jason Bottorff
Thanks for the info on staying @ Coach House, didn't realize they had full hook-ups on site.
I will not be rotating the tires. I have not seen any monitors that I feel good about using. I check the air pressure everyday before we leave.I like the idea of 6 Alcoa wheels. Do plan to rotate any of the tires? With 4 can't rotate without mount remount. Did you install any tire pressure / temperature monitors?
You should look into joining this face book page. It is a great bunch of people.Jim,
Thanks for the information! The wife and I are not into social media and so far have avoided their sites.
I am here. But now I'm gone. But will be back.Bimmer will drop by soon, but to answer your question: He lives near Salt Lake City, UT