SMI Air Force1 supplemental braking system into our Honda Fit. Brannon did the install of the AF1 on the rig last March when we were in Red Bay. I thought that I could handle the install into the Fit, but after looking at the limited space under the hood I decided to let the pro do it.
Thursday was an open day for us, so we decided to go over to the Tiffin factory and take a tour of the motorhome construction process. I'm not going to attempt to go into detail on my blog about the tour as Two to Travel's Phaetons Journeys blog does an outstanding job in describing the process, and her pictures are much better than mine. We've taken the tour several times in the past, but we always learn something new and we enjoy looking at the changes made in the new rigs each year.
Bay Diesel on Friday afternoon. We've always had our routine maintenance done at Chris' shop and his guys do a very nice job in an efficient manner. I had two guys working on the rig who performed a complete chassis lube, engine oil and filter change, primary and secondary fuel filter changes. They also added coolant extender to the cooling system and changed the air dryer filter for the air brake system. The generator also had its' oil and filter changed and air filter checked (still in excellent condition).
On Saturday we did a bit more GeoCaching in the area. Found five or six caches in short order. Once we find out what our service appointment will entail we might try for some more caches up in Tishimingo State Park.
Thanks for stopping by to take a look!