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Old 12-14-2007, 02:43 PM   #85
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We just got our Jayco Eagle 291RLTS. We haven't had much chance to get out in it much with the holidays and all, but we love it so far.



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Old 03-25-2009, 03:44 PM   #86
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HI, Started out sleeping under the stars in sleeping bags. Went to a small tent. Next had a TINY Sunline TT. Pulled that a couple years and got a 23ft. Wilderness TT. L ast year got a 33 FT. COACHMAN MOTORHOME. Liked the convenience, NOT the gas mi.
Just bought a Jayco 30ft. 5th wheel with slide. Front kitchen. Lots of room for for us, the Dawg and 2 spoiled cats. Think we'll be happy now!!! TV 2000 F350..V10

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Old 04-14-2009, 02:36 PM   #87
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Thumbs up Trail Bay 5th wheel

We started with a pop up,then tt now the 5th wheel. Its a trail bay 31' aluminum frame, tow vehicle is 1997 f 250 PS,love the truck, its in great shape and only hauls the trailer,maybe 1500 miles or so a year. The 5th wheel tows great,only issue I had was a leaking side window, I hope thats my only issue. I bought it from orig owner,very well kept,I like all the features of it,its an 03 model
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Old 04-14-2009, 04:13 PM   #88
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We started with a pop-up and last year traded up to a new Coachmen 288FKS T/T, towed with a F-150 half ton. Being a light weight it still needed a bigger tow vehicle. Bought a F-250 4x4 V-10 lot better towing, looking forward to a 5er someday. Try to go out at least once a month.
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Old 06-05-2009, 11:56 PM   #89
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Started camping in a tank with the army- then to a shaggin wagon van, remember the 70's van craze--then to a ancient pop up and then a TT or 2 and back to a popup. Then comes the big D and it's a tent. Marry a new DW and she has a pop up. Then on to bigger and better things with a Bounder MH which we drove across the country. Then comes the gas crunch and sell the Bounder for a Trail Bay. Nice TT but small after having the Bounder, so after a year with it we sell it and now have a gently used 2003 Alpenlite FW and we love it---I think I will keep it for a while, Maybe!!
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Old 06-08-2009, 02:12 PM   #90
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Started out in a 21' R-Vision hybrid tent trailer
& now have a 31' fifth wheel.

2007 Keystone 291RLS
2003 F-250, 7.3L

Lovin' every minute of it!

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Old 06-11-2009, 11:15 AM   #91
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I've been RVing for ~35 years and brought my wife into the action with a long RV trip for our honeymoon 28 years ago. We have travelled in 3 Airstreams and currently a 1996 32' RCS HRC Alumalite. 2001 Ford Crewcab, PSD. Typically, there are two ATVs on the truck and we're headed into the woods. Our Burmese cats go too.
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Old 06-11-2009, 11:23 AM   #92
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Started out with my parents and the PU back in the 70's. They sold it and the next excursion was a tent for two years in my late 20's, then in 2002 got a 28' Springdale rear living room double slide TT, still got it too. Don't have a clue what the next step will be, it's nearly paid for, so I'm sure it'll become much nicer at that point!
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Old 06-24-2009, 05:35 AM   #93
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DW and I started out in a 1959 16ft. Holley, with a 1972 camper special chev. p/u 5 tt/5ths later we own 2006 31efs cougar. last one getting to old to go in debt for a new 5th. we pulled this with a 2006 king ranch dw diesel. I sure miss that holley.
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Old 06-28-2009, 08:46 AM   #94
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I'm pulling our Mobile Suite 32TK3 with a 2005 GMC 3500 dually, 4x4, 4 door, B&W Companion. Haven't weighed this yet. Just got it. Pulls great, Vonage brake controller will be upgraded. Not happy with it. Rv has Trail air suspension with air ride hitch. Very nice pull.
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Old 06-28-2009, 11:57 AM   #95
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Pull a 2006 314EFS Cougar with a 1999 Ford 250SD 7.3PSD. Wife and 3 kids love it.
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Old 07-02-2009, 06:15 AM   #96
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HI Maniac

Before we purchased our o6 king ranch we pulled our o6 314efs all over the country with a 2000 f-250 4x4 7.3 chiped 75hp 125torque, never new the trailer was behind us. the only reason i bought the dw,is my 40ft goose neck work trailer. sold my 250 to son in law never had any problems, wish i could say that about the 06. ford really screwed up with the 6.0 engine, Junk!!!.
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Old 07-14-2009, 04:44 PM   #97
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What trailer do you tow

We have a 29 foot Alpenlite Riveria fiver and we tow it with a 2001 Ford F250 Superduty 7.3 PowerStroke diesel and we love both of them.
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Old 07-15-2009, 08:18 PM   #98
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Ford F-250 Lariat Crew Cab and Jayco Eagle fiver

My toys:

2005 Ford F-250 Lariat Crew Cab with all the bells and whistles, including genuine cowbutt seats. Bought it off the local dealer lot. I told the DW if followed me home so I was keeping it.

A couple of years later, I found my 1995 Jayco Eagle 277RB on eBay. The fellow that owned it lost his job and needed money more than a travel trailer. I went to Georgia and brought it home. I've replaced the faded graphics, put in new carpet, a satellite dome, flat screen digital TV, Sirius satellite radio, and an amateur radio rig. If I need to escape, there's a quiet lakeside campsite with my name on it only 45 minutes away.

I'll sit there so far away from civilization that cell service is non-existent, look out over the lake, and say to the DW "I wonder what the poor people are doing tonight?"

She replies 'Sitting by the lake, drinking a cold adult beverage and getting away from it all!"

SSgt. Richard L Ray, USAF (Retired) - Laura L Ray
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