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Decided not to tow my Venice GTS
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I will drive it instead to Colorado Springs to see my Cadet son at the Air Force Academy next Tuesday.
9 hours from Tulsa.
Any touring tips?
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(08-25-2022, 08:37 AM)sabbott1958 Wrote:  I will drive it instead to Colorado Springs to see my Cadet son at the Air Force Academy next Tuesday.
9 hours from Tulsa.
Any touring tips?
When was last oil/filter change and tire pressure check.  My 2022 says cold tire pressure 30 Cold

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Full service less than 300 miles ago.
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(08-25-2022, 04:33 PM)sabbott1958 Wrote:  Full service less than 300 miles ago.
Good to go!, Just get on here and if you have any issues we can talk you through it.

Do you use a Schumacher trickle charger, Every new vehicle I have got and every new battery I purchased stated it was fully charged. That's never the case.  By the front left driver wheel is a Schumacher connection to charge battery.  Get the charger that charges all cell types and goes into float or maintenance mode once fully charged.

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I'd suggest you just keep an eye on the weather. Other than that, sounds like you are good to go.
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Well, made it fine. 1 screw each from the front right and rear fender are gone. I guess you have to remove the bracket to install new ones??? I cant reach under and hold a locking nut in place.
The other thing is I wish the rear view mirrors would not drop down at speed. No way to tighten?
Outside of that it's been fun. Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods, ect. Really gets looks.
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Awesome, will look into the fender fastener points.
You mean the plastic fender covering the tire?
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