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Old 05-26-2005, 08:11 PM   #1
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It's time to seriously market our FB2200. I want to post a photo link on various sites and was wondering if this link works for youse guys:

FB2200

I'm open to other suggestions, friends.

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It's time to seriously market our FB2200. I want to post a photo link on various sites and was wondering if this link works for youse guys:

FB2200

I'm open to other suggestions, friends.

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Old 05-26-2005, 08:50 PM   #3
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Sandy!

Well he!! ya!! But I think you forgot a spot on that bathroom sink...I'd clean it up and take new set of pics...

Not to mention that if you're gonna try to get $40k for it, it needs to be a little longer!

(Can you tell I miss you?!)

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Old 05-26-2005, 09:01 PM   #4
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<...running outside...in the dark...sponge in hand...trip over the hitch...SH*IT!...>

Thanks for the input, Seanie babe. Found out today our LE3305 should be here by July 30th the latest. Nick (Mr. When-It-Gets-Here-It-Gets-Here) took the call, otherwise I'd have it pinned to the exact day and hour.

FYI: 56Nomad is in Mammoth as we speak. I'll report his findings as they are phoned in.

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OK...just what was in the sponge? Were you actually goona try to CLEAN something with that bibley?

Yeah...got the idea 56 was MIA here...but can hardly wait for the pics! Wow...I hope there's another trip soon after seeing last years!

Now the long hard wait starts....crap! "I cleaned it, now I wanna use it" kinda thing....been there dunn that. Why do you think our coach doesn't have any sides left?

Now don't slam Nick (er...I mean "King") yet...this isn't Christmas, and it could come early...

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that link has some good pics in it

reminded me of our FB2200. Those really are a good trailer. Good layout. We had a lot of fun in ours.

i can't believe your mini blinds are in still good shape. The first time I brought my hounds in mine, their wagging tails demolished my whole set of minis in our old FB22. And it is impossible to smack a hound just because his wagging happy tail just wrecked your mini blinds.

good pics.
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Mike, I had to laugh. We had a retreiver like that. Couldn't leave any drinks on the coffee table or they'd go flying! Now we have a sheltie that gently hops up on the couches like a ballerina (ferocious dog that he is ) and lays right down.

Thanks for the encouragement.

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SandyFeet,
You have definitely kept your TH in great condition. It really looks good. I would think you're going to get "top dollar" for it.
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AND, on top of all that: I want to see what happens when you fall over the hitch.
I bet the picture is worth more than words! That's OK, Makes my day.
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I assure you, Tom, it is not a pretty picture!

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Sandy:

Won't it be nice to NOT have a hitch to trip over?! Just a 5th pin to hit your head on- get King to get a orange cone to put on it for 'ya!!

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Yeah, better watch out for that hitch pin, it hurts! I've hit it more than once.
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Tom:

I was thinkin' more like the whole upfront 5r section! I can't tell you how many times I mis-judged the sky level on mine (no really- I could see sky- I just couldn't reach it with my noggin!).


I guess I mis-lead Tom in my last post...Sandy: King' gotta either get a whole bunch of cones, or even yet...how 'bout the ol 60's bead curtain around the front?! [That way you can find your TH!]

Always thinkin' here...no rest for the wicked...

Sandy- got that buyer yet?

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I think that the FB22 should attract a lot of attention. That is a really sweet model WW came out with. We loved ours. Good layout and good size. The size and layout is small enough to attract first timers, and yet is layed out in a way that makes it useful for a wide range of people. I struggled against moving to a bigger size for a long time because that FB22 was so handy at true off-roading. I'll betcha that clean machine of yours moves in good time.
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