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Old 05-08-2016, 07:31 PM   #659
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Old 05-08-2016, 08:35 PM   #660
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I am 36 and my wife is 33. We have a 9 year old boy, 6 year old girl, and an under 1 girl. We bought a 2011 Coachmen Freedom Express 230BH earlier this year. We have been out camping once and have many more trips planned.
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Old 05-12-2016, 11:30 AM   #662
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Old 05-12-2016, 12:02 PM   #663
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The attached pic is from our first trip. We took her to an RV park nearby so we could test everything out, and de-winterize. Good thing too. Found we have a pretty significant water leak in the fresh tank, and no water pressure from the pump. It's only a couple months old and already headed for warranty repair.
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Old 05-16-2016, 05:53 PM   #664
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I'm 33, the wife is 32. We pull a Damon Hornet 18H (19') with a 1997 318 Dakota 4x4 (hence the username). Maybe I won't be so white knuckled when I can afford a nice WD hitch and sway control.
I just bought a very nice 1997 Damon Hornet 18H. Naturally it did not come with any type of factory owner's manual. I contacted Damon/Thor and all they sent me was a generic manual that covered a variety of Damon/Thor units. It's mostly useless. If you have a Hornet 18H owner's manual I would like a copy.
Will pay for copying and postage.
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Old 05-16-2016, 05:59 PM   #665
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Old 05-16-2016, 06:27 PM   #666
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10 to 12 MPG loaded, but I have a heavy foot.
Just got the rig back from Texas. Speed limit on the interstate in west
Texas is 80 MPH. We pretty much sailed along at 70 to 75 MPH to keep
from getting blown off the road by the tractor/trailer rigs.
The Hornet pulled straight as a string. Electric brakes work great.
Love the dual axles on the Hornet. Have seen tire blowouts on single
axle travel trailers.... it's not a pretty site.
Back to Texas for family reunion soon at Possum Kingdom Lake near Graham,
TX. We usually stop the first day in Van Horn, TX. Southern Star RV Park.
That's almost half way. Makes for an easy two day drive.
Hope to post pic's here soon.
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I'm 46, DW is 45. Our Dodge Ram 1500 easily tows our 2012 Arctic Fox 22H.

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Abnmarine; great setup; our next trailer, hopefully, will be a 22H or 22M. As it is, our 2012 Ram 1500 tows our 5000lb 25' Forest River Surveyor 220 just fine. Looks like you're in an area similar to ours; we live about 1/2 hour north of Prescott, Az. Happy Camping!
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Abnmarine; great setup; our next trailer, hopefully, will be a 22H or 22M. As it is, our 2012 Ram 1500 tows our 5000lb 25' Forest River Surveyor 220 just fine. Looks like you're in an area similar to ours; we live about 1/2 hour north of Prescott, Az. Happy Camping!
Thank you. We live in the Colorado mountains and love the AF. We've come full circle on our RVs. Started with a trailered camper for a motorcycle, then a Class C, next a Class A, then a 5RV, after that a truck camper and now a bumper pull. LOL. Loved each for different reasons.
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