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Old 04-26-2014, 10:22 AM   #691
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What do you pull it with?

Me- Ram 3500 dually.
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Old 04-26-2014, 10:27 AM   #692
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We pull it with a f350 crew cab long box single 7.3L powerstroke

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Old 04-26-2014, 11:00 AM   #693
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I pull mine with an F-350 diesel short bed
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Old 05-18-2014, 09:59 PM   #694
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Old 05-26-2014, 08:29 PM   #695
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I took a furring strip about 6' long and put a torpedo level on top. I made sure the board was level as we extended from the A/C (highest point) out over the side of the camper. My brother in law (on the roof with me) then held then tape measure to the end of it and lowered it to my father in law. The street my FIL lives on is pretty level, so we just did it down to street level.
Finally got around to measuring the height before our trip this weekend with the help of my son. I used the same method you used above and measured at 13'4"...pretty close to your measurements. I'm getting more comfortable with bridge over/under passes but sometimes those low hanging utility lines frighten me
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Old 05-26-2014, 09:13 PM   #696
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Any Sabre 36QBOK's out there?

What scares me are low hanging branches on small streets. Hit one pretty good as I was watching an obstacle on the road vs. looking up (1/4-mile from my house, on my street no less!). No damage fortunately, but it did send my fat tush up the ladder onto the roof once we got home.
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Old 05-26-2014, 09:16 PM   #697
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What is everybody doing with all thier sewer hoses?
Do you use a tub? several pvc post storage units?

I have one pvc post storage drawer tube from my last trailer.
I also got a couple of these from my buddy, but would like to use one for all my black/gray fittings and gray wash/rinse hoses. The other I was wanting to use for fishing poles and other "clean" stuff.
So just wondering what ya'll use, or if I just need to make more pvc storage tubes.

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Oh yeah, I'm trying to figure this out cause we're picking up our 36 Wednesday!!!

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Old 05-26-2014, 09:20 PM   #699
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I carry between 40' and 60' of sewer hose (used to have 60' then they developed pin hole leaks and now I'm at 40' in 4x10' sections). It all rides in two sewer tubes made of fence post and gutters.

I also carry a wye (and 3 caps for it), two 90-degree elbows (not sure why I have 2, I just do!) and a sewer donut that ride in a small closeable tote. This rides in the basement.

I leave my clear elbows always mounted on my sewer connections.
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Oh yeah, I'm trying to figure this out cause we're picking up our 36 Wednesday!!!

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Battery box on rear bumper for fittings and extra carrier on cargo rack for sewer hose. Pics in the link in my sig. I think I have a total of 40' of hose in the carrier and bumper.

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