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Old 01-27-2011, 11:30 AM   #1
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considering a rear deck?

Saw this coach at a casino last summer.
The toad must get whipped around the corner with the extreme distance from rear axle to the ball.
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Old 01-27-2011, 11:44 AM   #2
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pretty awesome! tow vehicle may have 4 wheel steering!
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Saaaweet! I've got my hammer and nails at the ready to add on to mine! LOL
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Saaaweet! I've got my hammer and nails at the ready to add on to mine! LOL
Dave, let me know when you want to start on the deck.... It would be worth the drive from Fl. to help, I'l bring the beer.... Oh, and my hammer !
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I like all the tchatchkes.
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b4 i start i need to know my paint code
the way the add on is color matched makes for a seamless transition
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I have been to two hog shows and a county fair and half way around the world and I aint never seen nothin like that before. (everbody knows you can see most anything at a ''hog show'')

Nuff said ...

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Nobody is parked next to it.
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I'm sure they would be allowed in one of those diesel class A 40 foot only campgrounds.......... When we lived in North Dakota we saw lots of school bus conversions on the road........not so many in Florida. DACOTAH
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Saw that bus before... so did 'people of walmart'... several times.
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I've already got two of those, I don't want any more. That would be greedy
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Old 01-28-2011, 11:43 AM   #13
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Thanks for that picture. Look how low she is at the back. Methinks, that back axle is a little overloaded. Heaven help the tyres.
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Are those lights on the stanchions mounted near the rear and leaning backwards?
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