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Old 04-24-2005, 06:06 PM   #15
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alright,
thats enough,
Sean you and I are taking I5 north and taking I17 west, I may run into you on the way up,
high desert's driving up and over,
and I'm not sure what Tom does for a living but I know he does have a lot of vette parts lying around,
if we mess up on his trailer at all, we can just put a set of side-pipes going up at that point. i don't know who decided to put side pipes on vettes first instead of runnin them down the underneath, but they DO look cool

'56 is close to getting himself a set a sidepipes on his stretcher, might as well lower it a bit while we're there
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Old 04-24-2005, 06:20 PM   #16
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If you're following this thread...we need you r help here... 56's Home w/New TH and Needs Help!

And FatDog- Tom will probably beat us!
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Old 04-24-2005, 06:41 PM   #17
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You guys are just too funny........

OK..... it is confirmed!

It's actually a LE3305. We didn't even need the
tape measure, cuz it has the slide.

WW just screwed up the decal and it was the only thing
that was wrong with the rig. We are happy campers!

Lady Di is currently finding all kinds of storage places
to pack. Man, does this thing have sooo..... much more
room than our FB2200.

I just loaded up the 2 quads and they both fit nice parked forward
next to each other just up to the rear side of the wheel wells.
Perfect!

Oh yeah....... we got as far as In-N-Out Burger in Kettleman
and loved the scenery so much that we camped there.
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Old 04-24-2005, 06:47 PM   #18
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Aaaaaaaaaagggghhhh!!!

You devil! Boy- "she" sure looks good!! Don't 'cha just love how they do the graphics these days? And you got the bay windows...sweet! You'll never leave those seats now!

Ok...what mile was this pic taken? Gotta get a feel for the newness!

And are you using one of those new, fandangled contraptions on the front tire? Hows' those work?

Hey! Is that a Chevy I see in front???!! (Must be a prop- noone pulls a good-looking trailer like that with a Chevy! Sorry..once a Ford guy- always a Ford guy!)

Boy...and to think Mike and I were just out the door...
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Old 04-24-2005, 06:51 PM   #19
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the storage IS sweet
there some on the right side near the front
there some overhang storage on the inside near the bathroom
(of course all the SLC guys have grown used to these little luxeries over the years)
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Man...I just read the last line of your post 56...Kettleman City, and you camped out at the In 'n Out and you loved the scenery?? Wow...got to get 'cha more often!

So happy for you...love it! We really do need to get together soon!

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Old 04-24-2005, 06:54 PM   #21
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yea, that thing under the front wheel,
if you pulled forward another couple inches would it start lifting the next axle off the ground enough to pull the wheel if you had a flat?
i was thinking about checking one of those things out if and when i get too lazy to jack the axle up if a flat occurs
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oh and look, ...
high desert has been busy and got himself an avatar
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Wow... that is one nice looking toy hauler.

I was all ready to go, so I'll have to go out and unload the welder now.


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Mighty fine-lookin' one too...reminds me of the desert!

And Mike!! Sandy's fixed hers!

Will wonders never cease!

Gotta go on about 56's rig...that's a beauty. Mike- is that the one you're getting? You asked me a while ago what I ordered...whatdayagetting? Did you talk to 56 and order twin-zies?
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The Duramax/Allison did not miss a beat on the
trip home Love this truck and WW!

I have a full set of extra WW graphics to put on the
truck.

Next projects:

Install 1500W inverter on 15amp circuit
Build shelves in the cabinet below sink
Install reading lights over front and rear beds
Install mast holder for Buford's lights........
Figger out truck graphics layout
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56:

I'm sure it did...just goofin' with 'ya!

How the heck did you get some extra graphics? Did you have them made, or did WW have some avail? That's interesting!

Now on to your projects...you're gonna do the inverter? Any 'sperience with that? If so, I'll need some help with mine!

Didn't the LE come with reading lights?

Ok...and this mast holder- 'splain that!

Still oogling over the picture...now you gotta change your sig!
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Sean,
that is the same beast I'm getting this week, an LE33. And '56 and I ordered ours at about the same time, but i called WW up about half way thru manufacture and changed my order, added the bay windows.
but that idea of getting extra graphics for the TV is a good one. who coughed those up, WW or your dealer?
and post pics on your inverter install. i think this is really becoming a popular upgrade. and i know Sean is doing that to his again as well.

(now I have to go tell Cordie to unload my heavy equipment from my truck since we aint driving north, while I go watch Law and Order)
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One of the WW brothers... on the forum decided to go nude
and he gave me his all his graphics

The LE3305 comes with more interior lights than
you need.....but for some good reading lights over
the front head board.

I'll also string some wire and put lights on the window valance
over the rear queen bed.

We all need to have a gathering..... Aviator, where
are you?

SandyFeet, I know you are working your wiles on Nicky to
upgrade and sell that FB2200... sell the engagement ring.
You know he isn't gonna leave ya

Buford....... where are you? You need to explain your lights
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