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Old 09-22-2013, 10:17 AM   #1
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TT Stolen!

Just a heads up if anyone is around the Carlsbad New Mexico area and happens to see a 2011 Zinger could you please inform me! My friends was stolen from location after I repaired the hub for him! I highly doubt we will find it but never hurts to put the word out! Thanks to all!
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Old 09-24-2013, 06:55 AM   #2
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Wow that stinks! Sorry to hear that!
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Old 09-24-2013, 07:25 AM   #3
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Is this the same one the owner posted about over on rv.net? If so, I created a thread about it here.

It seems he had a sturdy tongue lock and it was cut off.

Last seen near Stone Mountain, GA. ?

If not, could there be a "new" worry for us all, thugs who've found a new way to turn a buck illegally by stealing something and selling it.
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Not being racist, but it is probably down in Old Mexico by now. That is where most stuff from this part of the country ends up after it is stolen.
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Word has it (double check) that papers on an rv not required for Mexico. Had heard this from individual who lived in his rv there. Hence rvs stolen.
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Just a heads up if anyone is around the Carlsbad New Mexico area and happens to see a 2011 Zinger could you please inform me! My friends was stolen from location after I repaired the hub for him! I highly doubt we will find it but never hurts to put the word out! Thanks to all!
Really sorry to hear this and hope all turns out well. Getting it back would be great, but if not, then I hope for his sake that he was insured.
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Can you send a description of the TT.
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Can you send a description of the TT.
It was a 26ft zinger 2010 with the jumbo slide. It was the grey exterior with the zinger decals. It had the spare tire on the back bumper, two thirty pound propane tanks on the tounge and over the wheel wells it had the plastic fenders that said secure stance. It had aluminum wheels. The interior was the dark stone look vinyl flooring throughout. The slide out had the couch and the table and was tan carpet flooring. It had the bunks in the back and the master bed up front. Dark colored cabinets and black fridge. The bathroom is by the back bunks on the left side if your looking from the front to the back.
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[QUOTE="turnerpa;470627"]

It was a 26ft zinger 2011 with the jumbo slide. It was the grey exterior with the zinger decals. It had the spare tire on the back bumper, two thirty pound propane tanks on the tounge and over the wheel wells it had the plastic fenders that said secure stance. It had aluminum wheels. The interior was the dark stone look vinyl flooring throughout. The slide out had the couch and the table and was tan carpet flooring. It had the bunks in the back and the master bed up front. Dark colored cabinets and black fridge. The bathroom is by the back bunks on the left side if your looking from the front to the back. Lippert axles with the hub drum as one piece
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RV.Net Open Roads Forum: Ga, Sc, Stolen TT have you seen it?

This is the one I referenced, obviously not the same one. New trend? (frightening)

Ours is right in the back yard, behind a privacy fence, but fences, like locks, only keep honest people out.

I'm paranoid about ours after our salesman told us about a customer who'd only had his new TT 3 days when some thugs broke out the windows and took every thing not red hot or welded down.

I do a walk-around of ours *every* morning before leaving for work. We have a tongue lock and have security cameras on the back yard.

(chuckle) maybe we should leave that electric jack as it is...a thief wouldn't know the secret of getting it to work.
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