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Old 06-05-2007, 08:37 AM   #11
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Green fleurescent paint is nice for driveway marking for sure, but kinda show-offy.
Green is a bit on the "show-offy" side for sure... But hey. It is a NEW rig right?

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Old 06-05-2007, 08:41 AM   #12
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No-can-do on the driveway markings. Already got my boat parked pretty much on the neighbours lawn beside our house and if he new what was gonna be in the driveway (or mostly in the driveway ,i should say) He might make me move it.
Ummmmm......... What's he gonna do when this big giant RV shows up in your driveway??

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As far as sweet lovin from the wife goes, well, dont need the internet, thats what the trailer is for...... Remeber, I used to have a tent trailer LOL

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If you got sweet sweet lovin' in a tent trailer, solid walls will be HEAVEN!! Keep the blinds up will ya, we may be your neighbors.

Heck ya man!! SOLID walls!!!

WHOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old 06-09-2007, 11:23 PM   #13
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I'm worried that when the tt hits the driveway he's gonna say that if I've got enough room for that then I've got enough room for my boat too and he'll make me move the boat. Which would mean that I've got to drop some hedges in the front yard to be able to get to the other side of the house with the boat. Hopefully with the amount of hours that I am at work and the amount of time on my days off that I plan to be gone camping, He'll never see me to be able to tell me to move it........
By the way, heres a question, since I've never actually seen my trailer, where are the water tranks located in relation to the axles? do they tend to be more at the rear or the front or split right over them? Just curious as I am wondering if a fuul fresh tank really affects hitch weight or is it only a fraction. The trailer dry is 6500# on paper and my truck is rated for 10300# according to the manual so i'm not too worried about it for the tow load but the hitch weight may be questionable. I'll find out on my own eventually but till i get it here was just wondering if anyone had an idea.
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Old 06-13-2007, 11:22 PM   #14
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Trailer Update..............
Off the assembly line today and has been offocoally assigned a serial number, should be at the dealer in a couple of days according to salesman.

Further updates will be updated as soon as they are updated.......
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Old 06-14-2007, 07:51 AM   #15
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By the way, heres a question, since I've never actually seen my trailer, where are the water tranks located in relation to the axles? do they tend to be more at the rear or the front or split right over them? Just curious as I am wondering if a fuul fresh tank really affects hitch weight or is it only a fraction.
Not sure, that's a good question. My current Thor has the fresh tank all the way in the rear but my old Prowler had it located up front just past the axles. Something to ask the dealer??

What's the pin weight dry? How large is the tank? I rarely travel with much water in mine but that's just me. I fill it up and treat it while it's at the house and dump most out before I go anywhere. I leave just enough for bathroom breaks and hand washing.
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