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Old 01-03-2015, 01:48 PM   #1
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Plans on hitting the road with my Prowler

Hi everyone well plans on crossing over to a 93 Pace Arrow 33' wasn't going to work out for me. After driving it 1300 miles from the Baja Ca, Mx to the NW I decided that keeping my 1999 Prowler LS 26H NW Edition with S. Slider and extras was the wiser decision (What do you think?) Haven't used it much since buying it from the first owners in 2006. I haul it twice a year for the first few years up to my property in OS, WA using my 17' box van (I use to haul my Metal art to shows with) I found that using it wasn't the best choice for maneuverability because of the short tongues they put on TT. Now in the last few years not using the prowler and now retired I'm going to finish the fuel injection conversion project on my 1976 Heavy F250 4X4 factory Hi boy with a 460 in it. Yes this truck doesnít like going pass gas stations but, with a 60 Gal. fuel capacity and 20 more if I take the behind the axle tank off my donor vehicle and place it on the 76 well that enough driving for a day This is where the money saved not going to the 93 will go. New paint and things I donít fill like turning a wench on anymore like going swapping out the 5sp.in my donor vehicle. Iím the original owner of the 76 so I know it's history.
Sorry got off the trailer but Iím looking forward to hitting the trail this coming March.
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