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Old 07-13-2005, 10:40 PM   #71
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i looked at your pics. Glad to hear that your rig worked out well. Was it easy enough to park and manuever in a campground? There is a bit of a difference in the handleing of a MH towing a trailer then there is to someone used to driving a hog around town.

And that pic of the bike tie-down system,... so you drill a couple holes thru the c-channel frame of the trailer and bolt the rail system to that? And thats a good idea then being able to snap your D-rings anywhere along that rail that you need to.

I suppose you are home only long enough to wash and wax the new home, and you guys will be pulling out the atlas again
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by WWFan:
Bill:

I don't know if Chris Ulloa crosses over to Endura Max's or not, but if you can grab him- he's the one! That's our guy! But watch out- he might also try to sell ya a Jeep!

And you may want to check the odometer on it- sounds like it's 'been around'!

Sean </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Just read this, hey guys if Chriss Ulloa is your guy I don,t wanna step on his turf.He's a good guy. Shawn
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FatDog as a matter of fact we're heading down to Point Mugu tomorrow nite with the two Grand Daughters, camping on the beach, being a silly servant has it's perks we actually stayed at the Army National Guard off of Hwy 1 last week, great sites and some cool people. Yeah the E tract and moving the D-rings is a great set up, and driving the RK right up the ramp door and into the chock is sweet too. Wheelin the MH isn't to bad actually, can always drop the trlr and then go from there. Being the FNG/virgin at the whole RV thing the first time has got us hooked big time, already have reservations to go to Joshua Tree for the Gram Parsons Fest, the wifes brother (Clearence White) was in the Byrds and so we are heading up there with some friends to check it out. And I do miss the toys we had, CR 250, YZ 125, RM 80, etc. with the kids while they were growing up, breaking the wrist put kinda the end to it and the kids got older and out grown the bikes. My two son's have a 51 Pan/Shovel rigid, 89 Softail, it's fun riding with em. They are selling them though cuz they don't ride much anymore having their own families and such. Great yacking with ya........Bill
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Bill:

Wow...you sure didn't screw around until you got that rig on the Maiden Voyage!! Glad you had a great time! Sounds like you're really fettin' your money's worth!!

And Shawn...don't worry about trodging on any other's paths- we're all OK here!!

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