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Old 03-03-2013, 03:01 PM   #541
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Good looking camper! Enjoy
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Our family is excited. Even tho this is our 2nd full season camping, this New TT has all the amenities that we wanted. Can't wait!!!
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Old 03-04-2013, 07:18 PM   #542
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In our way to Branson MO 2012, in our brand new 31RR Grey Wolf. Enjoy.

Days camping 2012 - 163
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Old 03-04-2013, 07:50 PM   #543
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Hi Guys you will usually find me cruzin down I-8 during dune season at Glamis. I Just don't like the accommodations in a toy hauler and still like to go play so why don't have both.
How u get that dune buggy way up on top, I must be missing something. Like your setup.
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Old 03-04-2013, 10:26 PM   #544
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We just got the new TT a week ago. Can't wait to get it out there.
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Old 03-05-2013, 08:31 PM   #545
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Does Grey Wolf really make a 31 RR? We'd like to see interior pics if you have any.
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Old 03-05-2013, 08:42 PM   #546
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Does Grey Wolf really make a 31 RR? We'd like to see interior pics if you have any.
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TC, this site is so serious, I just had to lighten up the mode. I just tinkered with the picture of my 21RR (paint) to see if anyone would notice. You are the first, and should get a prize. But, I am fresh out of prizes. :-) I think the triple axles are Sue-weet, how about you guys.
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Oh! That's why google kept laughing at me, when I searched ,..... Yes that would b awesome!
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I should have done this earlier... I forgot the less than ideal location of THE door on the Grey Wolf (Grey Wolves???) so I added one, then since the AC is wrong, I moved it forward. Now to add a slide (fortunately it is on the driver's side, hmmmm). The kitchen, head and dinette are easily accessible via the new front door. The new shower with doors is nice, as is, the new galley with the added counter space. Some people have too much time on their hands.
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I should have done this earlier... I forgot the less than ideal location of THE door on the Grey Wolf (Grey Wolves???) so I added one, then since the AC is wrong, I moved it forward. Some people have too much time on their hands. hmmmm.
I wish my door on the 19rr was up front. They can slide the galley back a little. PiTA to get into the trailer without unloading the wing. There have been times when we just stop one night somewhere and don't unload or stop at for a break to grab something or drain. No way I'm making that mod lol.
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Wolf, a local dealer here had a 21RR that they actually added a door in that position at the shows last year. It was great!!
Still trying to figure out what drives some of FR's designs
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