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  1. 4 for 5er
    What's going on jay? Been out lately? Heading out for Halloween and then thinking about thanksgiving week. You and the family have any plans? Let me know. Maybe we can get out before the end of the year. See ya, Brian.
  2. 4 for 5er
    Can't figure out how to respond on these messages with this iPhone. Anyway, we went to holiday to stay close. Her friend said that Halloween is a big deal there for the kids, so we reserved the site next to them. Kind of expensive, but what the hell. They have full hook ups including cable at the supersites. Will be convenient for us with our youngest being 21 months. Not alot of driving. I think I'll stick with the anti-freeze seeing how it is so easy, but figured the plug might be a good way to blow lines if we have any problems. We will start looking at other campgrounds next year. Heard Newport news city is nice. No pull-thrus, but very wooded and peaceful. Still don't know about not pulling thru. Pretty sure I can, will just have someone behind. Difficult with a 42 footer.
  3. M109Rrider
    Congrats, We love ours. We came from a TT also. Have only used it once since getting it late last year but so far so good. Seems to be well put together. No sliding hitch, haven't had an issue yet. Parking at home is tightest I've had to back it so far. I have trees on the corners of my driveway and have no problem threading it through with plenty of clearance. If I was buying a new hitch I'd spend the $$ for a slider just for peace of mind but I found my 15k non sliding Hidden Hitch on craigs list for a steal.
  4. dan747
    02-06-2011 03:43 PM
    dan747
    Hello M1009Rrider,
    I noticed you just purchased a Crusader 5er. We have one on order that we will pick up late next month. We got the 260RLD since we were trying to keep our size down to 30ft. We live in Colorado and many sites are limited to 30ft. There are longer sites but not as many. So how do you like your Crusader? Is everything holding together like you expected? We are very excited with our trailer order. We have a TT now and this will be our first 5th wheel. Did you get a sliding hitch? Prime time advertises 88 degrees turning ability so it doesn't seem like one would be needed, but what is your opinion?
    Take care,

    Dan Kellogg

About Me

  • About M109Rrider
    Location
    Chesapeake, Va
    City
    Chesapeake
    State/Province
    Virginia
    RV Year and Model
    Shopping for 5'er
    My Tow Vehicle
    2005 Ram 2500 4X4 CTD
    Occupation
    Navy
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    Jason and Billie
    2005 Dodge Ram 2500, 4X4, QC/SB 5.9L Cummins
    15k non-sliding Hidden Hitch (they lied, it's not hidden at all)
    2011 Prime Time Crusader 320RLT
    "PT Crew Member Since 11/2010"

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