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Seat Comfort

Definitely don't want to start my truck is better than your truck post. Beginning to look at 2022/2023 dually F350 or F450 and the GM 3500. Long box, 4x4, diesels in Lariat or King Ranch and High Country/Denali trim levels. On some forum (can't remember which) someone mentioned the newer Ford seats were less comfortable. Does anyone has experience with these two trucks - especially the newer models? There are not many trucks that fit this criteria for us to drive in our area - long trips to get to them. An FYI - while I am A GM guy, the larger fuel tank on the Ford may change my mind and I know I could replace the OEM tank, add a tank, etc. Not really interested in having to do that. Thanks in advance, Mike
Salty Dog 11/11/21 02:48pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Pre-planning for first long duration trip upon retirement

Sorry for not posting earlier to thank all who chimed in! We do appreciate it greatly! The only time limit we have put on ourselves is we would like to be back home by 3rd week of October. Plan on beginning the trip early May. On the trip north thru the providences of Canada, how available are campgrounds and boondocking opportunities? There is a TON of info out there and a tremendous amount to digest! So glad we are starting early for planning! The RV'ing forums and YouTube videos are fantastic resources. Thanks for the past responses and for any future ones! BTW - We/I do plan on visiting the Salty Dawg - how could we not?
Salty Dog 09/30/21 05:39am Roads and Routes
RE: Pre-planning for first long duration trip upon retirement

It was mentioned about damage to the RV from the trip. What type of damage and how prevalent is it? What steps can be taken to avoid it?
Salty Dog 09/02/21 04:32am Roads and Routes
RE: Pre-planning for first long duration trip upon retirement

Thanks for all the advice! We have a lot to consider but one thing is for certain - both the wife and I want to do this! I truly appreciate the time you all took helping us on our way especially on the planning side of things.
Salty Dog 08/24/21 02:42pm Roads and Routes
Pre-planning for first long duration trip upon retirement

The wife and I have been Rv'ing for many years but never went on a long duration trip where a multitude of travel days were needed. The most was two long travel days from NY state to Florida. We are starting to look at traveling to Alaska (fron New York State) once we retire in a year or so. Knowing the distance, there will be several weeks of travel in each direction. We will likely break this up by visiting a lot of national attractions as we go. What suggestions, pointers, tips, advice do you folks have regarding this adventure?
Salty Dog 08/11/21 04:10pm Roads and Routes
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