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Old 10-24-2013, 10:00 AM   #1
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Hello from Mass

I recently picked up a '95 Sierra to replace an old, and i mean old travel trailer that was about 60 years old. It's on family site on a lake that my grandparents bought back in the mid 50's and has been enjoyed ever since. But the old one has surpassed it useful life and i had to make a tough choice: rehab the old one or purchase a newer one. Although i will miss the old one it made more fiscal sense to replace it. So i found a good deal on a 28' sierra that i came across in the same town so now it's sitting in my yard while i deconstruct the old one. There's been some defered maintainence on the Sierra so i joined to learn some things about newer trailers considering my experience with travel trailers have been limited to 1 old one.

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Old 10-24-2013, 10:17 AM   #2
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Hi BBQin !! Welcome. We are new to the forum too so might not be able to help you with questions but just wanted to say Hi and welcome !!
Chuck and Bobbie

Our "Fur Kid" Roxie the smiling doxie is so amazing !
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