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2Rad4U

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Posted: 10/31/18 05:10am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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LibertyMan wrote:

Just got this TT not too long ago. Loving the front windshield. That is until it catches a rock.......knock on wood.


Nice trailer. I like the front glass as well.

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LibertyMan wrote:

Just got this TT not too long ago. Loving the front windshield. That is until it catches a rock.......knock on wood


Surprised trailers don't have a protective hard awning like they did on the older trailers. I would be worried about a rock but hopefully it never happens.


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2Rad4U wrote:

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Very nice set-up!

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I agree 2rad4U, that is the ideal perfect set up. I bet that is a pleasure to tow. My trailer is not as big as that, but towing 6000 lbs with that 2500HD has made it such a nice comfortable experience!
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Posted: 02/28/19 04:36am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks. The 2500 is a game changer for sure!

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2019 Apex Nano 208BHS

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First trip planned in a month. Big downsize but the kids are excited! The combination of weight/options was easily the best I could find.

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Howdy, I am a brand newbie when it comes to rving. Camping I have done. From car camping to over 100 mi self support kayaking. However, last time I broke out a tent, I decided that I was old. Looked for a while and I think I got a decent deal on a 19 leftover.

so here is the home away from home. New 2019 Surveyor, (241rble if interested)
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The 07 F250 couldnt decide if there was anything there worth noticing or not. Went up a test hill accelerating so not so much.

I love the idea that I have read here about camping in the driveway. Since the first time I pull it will be "dry" camp, that is an awesome idea. I like test before you need it. So the mutt and I will probably be sleeping in the front yard next week.


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Posted: 06/06/19 05:48am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looks great!


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I hardly ever hook to anything. Consider a solar system and then water becomes your only limiting factor.


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