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  1. Hi, longtime lurker, first time poster. I just bought a very clean 92 Horizon-ST, 65k miles, solid but with a few cosmetic needs. Unfortunately no manuals and I have found very little info about these models. I am a long time Rv-er, just finished a 9 month tour towing a trailer. I would like to know about the components and any issues. I am sure I will figure it out by reverse engineering and poking around but if anyone has this model i would appreciate an assist. In the short term I will need to reline the shower as the "vinyl" is de-laminating and some personal tweaking. Longer term will be solar, external storage, and a complete window and roof reseal. Really looking forward to camping in this little beast and being part of the community! Clay
  2. So it has been a while since I have done anything to the Toyota but I am back and come with good news. While I have been busy at school this semester, my Dad has surprised me and painted my Escaper. Before paint it was having some small rust issues, fading paint, and some fiberglass wearing through on the coach. He painted the body of the truck, the coach, bumper, rims, and window edges as well as completely redoing the window caulk. Here it is before paint. And here it is after. And finally we were able to install the awning I found at a scrap yard on an old Dolphin. It is in near perfect working condition. Getting ready to test fit. Mounting the brackets. And at the end of the day all is well and shiny. Looking out the window from inside of the rig. Everything went well and she now looks awesome if I do say so myself.
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