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Old 06-14-2013, 04:40 PM   #43
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I see you are in Pensacola. My daughter and son in law are there with the Navy. He is training hoping to be a F18 jockey. She works at a design store. They line in Milton but if you are a beach person this is about as good as it gets. I'm a Ouray, Telluride guy myself but have a few years to work yet.



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Yup, Ouray is about as far from the beach as you can get! I had to look up where Ouray even is! Good luck to your son in law, he is on a path very few achieve. My daughter has a good friend that just did flunk out of pilot school and he isnít a guy used to failing!
They just did finish an RV resort on Pensacola Beach, right in the middle of everything, so itís a perfect place to park that brand new Entegra and visit your daughter! Although not that close to Milton(but thatís probably not a bad thing!). When you do, give me a call and Iíll show you the best view on the beach!
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Hi folks I've been following this thread with interest. My bride and I are planning to buy a DP between now and next spring and go full timing. We are very interested in the Allure DEQ. I was planning to pull a 22 foot or there abouts enclosed trailer to haul the car and my ultralight flying contraption. Now I'm wondering if that 450 hp Cummins is going to be up to the challenge What do you guys think? Also can you not get Cummins to open this engine up some more?
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We pull a 25ft enclosed box full of toys, fuel and water, about 10k lbs. 450hp Anthem pulls cajon pass in CA at 50-55 with no issues. Trailer makes almost no difference in how the rig drives, just makes it longer!

If you need to do 65 - 70 up the hills you need the 600hp.
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Also can you not get Cummins to open this engine up some more?
I think you'll find the transmission will limit how much you can modify the engine for more grunt.
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Here is a couple Entegras(me and my best friend and neighbor) in Pigeon Ford, Tn yesterday! After he saw AND drove mine, he immediately traded his one year old Monaco for a new 42 RBQ in Autum Berry. They both love it after their first week in it. Thanks Robin and RV One in Zorlsndo for taking such good care of them. And Joyce and the crew in Middlebury for a great job on the factory tour they took in April that sealed the deal for them. Great job all around and another ecstatic Entegra owner. We just crossed the Ogio and Mississippi at their confluence and spending the night at Boomtown near Charleston, Mo. Not bad for $12 per night full hookups!
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We pull a 25ft enclosed box full of toys, fuel and water, about 10k lbs. 450hp Anthem pulls cajon pass in CA at 50-55 with no issues. Trailer makes almost no difference in how the rig drives, just makes it longer!

If you need to do 65 - 70 up the hills you need the 600hp.
Thank you that makes me feel much better. 50-55 on the hills is fine with me.
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