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Old 09-03-2012, 03:27 PM   #1
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I believe this is what it is supposed to be. Needs alot of work to the rear bedroom. I'm selling my motorhome since I don't have time to use it and I can pull this TT behind my Durango. Does anyone have one? I googled and found very few photos of them. It has a large slide for the dining/living area and the front part is in good shape but had some serious water damage over the bedroom area. I'll be bringing it to the shop tomorrow to start tearing into it. Lucky for me there is a huge dumpster because I will have to rebuild the entire roof area over the bedroom and most of the remaining ceiling. It has been parked out on a ranch for the past several years and needs a good cleaning.
If anyone has one or knows of some good photos please post the link.
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Here is a photo

I picked it up yesterday and it was loaded down with the previous owners stuff. From what I can find it weighs in at around 7700 lbs. Sure made my Durango huff and puff but I only pulled it about 7 miles.
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I contacted Skyliner and they are emailing me all the original paperwork. Seems to be a pretty nice company to work with. I just wish the roof had been better constructed. I'll post photos of the tear down.
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As Promised some photos.

Ceiling in rear bedroom. Other random shots as well. Overall I don't think it is near as bad a job as my Pace Arrow Motorhome. One thing my DW likes is the large corner shower.
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True to their word they sent what was still on hand, Floor plans, Specs and optional features etc etc.
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I like that shower also... and that kitchen! I'll never understand why people buy RVs, some spending many thousands of dollars, and then don't maintain them. They just let them go to ruin.
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