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Old 01-21-2015, 06:04 PM   #11
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Welcome! The new Tracers look great inside & out!

We were new to camping last year & bought a used '11 Tracer 3150. We LOVE the floor plan for our family of 5 & it tows great with an affordable Equalizer 4 & entry-level Ram 2500. However, ASAP we added: Maxxis Tires, Dynasty Mattress Deluxe, Oxygenics shower head, (2) Deluxe MaxxFans, Progressive Industries PT30C electric protector, 30A Extension Cord, 50A to 30A pigtail, X-Chocks, Lynx Levelers, Insect Screens for vents, Valterra Reverse Flush Valve, Camco Water Filter, plus quality hoses, essential tools & safety gear. We stay at a lot state campgrounds, so we added a 45 gallon fresh water bladder & Barker 42 Gallon Waste Water Tote. IMO buying the gear we wanted up-front means we get to enjoy it longer...
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Old 01-21-2015, 06:48 PM   #12
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Looking good RV'r type guy. What was the main reason you choose a two door?
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Old 01-22-2015, 09:45 PM   #13
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Liked the aspect of the second door to the bathroom especially for the grandkids. Not sure about black and gray tank vents and if I should get the siphon 360 caps before it's delivered.
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