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Old 06-06-2016, 04:58 PM   #1
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Something new for our 364

Well we have done a lot of camping and a few boat races but this was our first horse show with the new rig.. It worked great with our daughter and grandson along.. They took over one bathroom while we used the back one.. The one bunk worked with grandson and the forward bunk worked for his mother..It was a great show but a wee bit hot with temps at 100.. There is nothing we cant do with this great unit.. We are making a quick turn around and heading to another show this Thursday.. I will say on the way home we used the generator and one A/C unit all the way home and it was comfortable
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Forgot to add our horses are miniatures so they only weigh about 250 lbs max so the whole trailer is well under 5000 max
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Old 06-06-2016, 08:47 PM   #3
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Old 06-06-2016, 09:18 PM   #4
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Looks sharp, like the paint! Glad everyone had fun. we just got back from a 700 mile each way trip to Tennessee and the dash AC kept up a lot longer than I thought. Middle of the day we did run front overhead AC.

I think back to our Toyhauler and one tiny bathroom...so much nicer now and you get to enjoy it all on the road.

We did our first ever Walmart parking lot stay as well as my wife making me the first sand which going down the road!
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Old 06-07-2016, 01:32 PM   #6
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Forgot to add our horses are miniatures so they only weigh about 250 lbs max so the whole trailer is well under 5000 max
I've never heard of miniatures...is that the same as Shetland ponies or actually regular horses bred to be small? Glad the new setup worked out for ya!
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Old 06-07-2016, 01:44 PM   #7
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I've never heard of miniatures...is that the same as Shetland ponies or actually regular horses bred to be small? Glad the new setup worked out for ya!
They are actually big horses bread down to be under 37 inches tall at the shoulders.. We have one 36 inches and then two that run in the 34" and under class.. I think our stallion is 28" inches tall
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Well we have done a lot of camping and a few boat races but this was our first horse show with the new rig.. It worked great with our daughter and grandson along.. They took over one bathroom while we used the back one.. The one bunk worked with grandson and the forward bunk worked for his mother..It was a great show but a wee bit hot with temps at 100.. There is nothing we cant do with this great unit.. We are making a quick turn around and heading to another show this Thursday.. I will say on the way home we used the generator and one A/C unit all the way home and it was comfortable
That looks like the most rear over hang I've seen on a motor home. Must be gas?
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Old 06-07-2016, 07:50 PM   #9
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The 364 is a dream for boondocking. and the Ye Olde Walmart Campground is awesome while traveling. ON our recent 32 day, 6,596 mile trip from East TN to Colorado, Seattle, Portland, Northern CA Redwood Forest, Nevada desert, Vegas, Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon, Painted Desert, back to TN the only issue we had while boondocking was finding fresh water. We would hit the Pilot/Flying J Travel Stations for RV dump station to empty tanks, but invariably they didn't have potable water. We usually only went 2-3 days in between campground full hookups so ran low but never out. I asked the manager at one place how RVers put in fresh potable water - he pointed to the inside sink and said folks are free to fill up jugs. 80 gallons and 2 gallon water jugs would equal one tired wife! H=What do others do for fresh water under these circumstances?
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The 364 is a dream for boondocking. and the Ye Olde Walmart Campground is awesome while traveling. ON our recent 32 day, 6,596 mile trip from East TN to Colorado, Seattle, Portland, Northern CA Redwood Forest, Nevada desert, Vegas, Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon, Painted Desert, back to TN the only issue we had while boondocking was finding fresh water. We would hit the Pilot/Flying J Travel Stations for RV dump station to empty tanks, but invariably they didn't have potable water. We usually only went 2-3 days in between campground full hookups so ran low but never out. I asked the manager at one place how RVers put in fresh potable water - he pointed to the inside sink and said folks are free to fill up jugs. 80 gallons and 2 gallon water jugs would equal one tired wife! H=What do others do for fresh water under these circumstances?
What we do is I took a RV water pump and made a hose for each end with the discharge hose having a coupler to hook to the water tank fill. Then I added two wires with alligator clips 12 feet long to run over to the 4 aux batteries.. Then in the toad I carry two 8 gallon water tanks and we just keep them filled and when needed we pump the stuff in and fill the tanks again next time out.
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