Need to repack the wheel bearings. A friend is going to teach me how to do this.
Update March 2015: Had wheel bearings checked when new tires installed, realigned only, no need for repacking,yet.
After reading so many stories on this site about the work people have done to their units, I'm feeling a little left out! I guess I'll just have to create some trouble so I'll have something to fix and document.
I had to sleep in it the first night at home! Better than new shoes.
Update April 2016: Oh yes, I created trouble! After an 8,000 mile journey over 3 months to the Arctic ocean (Inuvik) in 2015 I have some damages to repair. Fiberglass holes in front from rocks on gravel roads; flattened propane lines from same?; loose rivets and missing spare tire and carrier from rear after too many miles of washboard gravel logging roads. 2 windows weeping from loss of seal as a result of same roads. Blinds on windows - cords broken from old age; 1 replaced during trip, 1 more to do. Outside marker light broken off from rocks. Awning arm lock broken.
Then there are the tow vehicle repairs: just the removable extension mirrors that I had to zip strap on to the main mirrors part way through the trip.
I'm sure there are other repairs to do but those are top of mind at the moment! Lots of fun and things to do now.....
Update:April 2017 - New extended mirrors that don't fall off on gravel roads; stainless steel bolts, washers, rubber roofing washers, acorn nuts to replace rusty ones at awning arm attachments to shell; new A-frame hitch jack w/sidewinder handle (gears broke on old one) hard to find one small enough - 1500 lbs; new hard plastic cover for propane regulator; new orange side marker light; new propane tank cover; new spare tire cover; new spare tire attachment to rear bumper for 5 lug spare; new mattress for lower single bed from IKEA - size mod. needed with an electric carving knife; Up next: mini-split 8000w A/C with the noisy part mounted on the the A-frame; 2 - 6V Trojan golf cart batteries and locking box for same; and of course much much more on the on-going list to get it ready for the Cross Canada trip in 2018. Up to $12,000 so far!