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lap527

Ocala, Florida

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Posted: 04/24/20 09:31pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

BurbMan wrote:

Yup, it's like a mirror on the cycle of life...not many of us 15+ year old-timers left here on the forum

Yup you are so right!


2006 Dodge 3500 dually 4X4 / 2013 Livin Lite 10.0 TC /Torklift talons, fastguns, stableloads, superhitch, and truss/ towing a
14'V Nose Trailer Hauling 2014 Tri-glide Harley Davidson, recently added a 2016 Livin Lite 21RBS travel trailer. No Wood!No Rot!


pasusan

Northernmost PA

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Posted: 04/25/20 05:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We also turned the page - but kept a bookmark...

We went to a class B, but still have the trailer. Can't let 'er go - just in case we want to take a long enough trip where we will want to bring our 2 cats. Last year was our first with just the B - didn't even dewinterize the trailer. The B is so much more nimble than a truck and trailer - as your truck camper will be...

Good luck with your new adventure - I remember lots of your previous posts on trailer modifications and maintenance and of course hitch discussions. [emoticon]


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2004 Roadtrek 170 for quick getaways
84 Bronco & 90 Award Classic 23 joined with a Hensley Cub for longer trips
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Lantley

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Posted: 04/25/20 06:42am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm excited for you. Getting rid of the old RV is often the most challenging part of transitioning to a new RV. Glad to hear the out with the old part is take care of.


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BurbMan

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Posted: 04/26/20 07:47am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Here is the new project. Guy was offering this for FREE last year, it's a 2002 Lance fully loaded with dinette slide, etc. Needs some restoration work, but the price was right.

I picked this up last year and it's been sitting behind the garage while I finished the remodel on the house. Now that the TT is sold, I'll move this over to the paved area where the TT was parked, get a tarp on it and get to work!

Next step will be to sell the burb and get a pickup so I can haul this around!

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2015 Ram 3500 4x4 Laramie Crew Cab Long Box, Cummins diesel

Under renovations:
2002 Lance 811 Slide-In Camper
Follow the Renovation here!

SOLD: 2001 K2500 Suburban LT 8.1L/4.10
2008 Terry 34' TT many mods, Hensley Hitch


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