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Old 08-24-2015, 11:36 AM   #21
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Nice Kitchen set up Wiscampsin did you build that deck patio and flower bed? Nice I need to do something like that at the house for our 5er that's real nice!
Thanks for the compliment. Yes, we did put in the retaining wall and deck. As we built up the retaining wall the campground owner brought us 6 skid loaders of dirt and didn't charge us a cent.
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Old 08-25-2015, 09:00 AM   #22
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Thanks for the compliment. Yes, we did put in the retaining wall and deck. As we built up the retaining wall the campground owner brought us 6 skid loaders of dirt and didn't charge us a cent.
That's nice of them to do that, it sure looks good with all your decking.
I park ours at home in the same spot and have 50 amp hook up and water and I'm wanting to build a deck for it also maybe something like what you have done. Going to put the idea in Rhonda's head tonight, LOL. We live out in the boonys about 10 miles from any town on 25 acres and love it out here.
I sure think that looks real nice. Maybe this fall I'll put a deck in that would give me and the dog even a better excuse to hang out at the RV more. LOL.

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Guess no one else has a Palomino. Post up some pics of it
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Here are a few pics of our 351, it was a big upgrade from our 24' Nomad and we love it.

1. Test camping in the driveway
2. Where the kids sleep when there are toys in the garage.
3. My better half helping me install rollers under the bumper after we got hung up twice in Louisiana.
4. Our most recent trip to Florida, this was my parents maiden voyage in their first TT.
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Here are a few pics of our 351, it was a big upgrade from our 24' Nomad and we love it.

1. Test camping in the driveway
2. Where the kids sleep when there are toys in the garage.
3. My better half helping me install rollers under the bumper after we got hung up twice in Louisiana.
4. Our most recent trip to Florida, this was my parents maiden voyage in their first TT.
I assume since she is holding a sander that you chose the weld on rollers?
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I assume since she is holding a sander that you chose the weld on rollers?
Absolutely, they are the Ultra-Fab 2" rollers, we disassembled them, primed them with weld through primer, painted all but the holes I drilled for welding, welded them in, touched up the paint and re-assembled. They are very solid and were tested on our last trip to Florida.
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Did you relocate the spare tire? If so where and what did you use?
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Did you relocate the spare tire? If so where and what did you use?
Bluefinger's winch appears to still be in place. I can say that the spare on my 351THSS will be relocated as soon as this heat and humidity breaks, hopefully Saturday as we are going away next weekend. I do not have a fuel cell and intend to mount the winch where the cell would be and then the tire will tighten against the crossmembers. I intend to leave the shaft short and under the trailer as a theft prevention measure. It won't sit real high but it will be tucked up higher than the axle tubes and much closer to the axles so dragging it won't be an issue anymore. I will post some pics once done.
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