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Old 02-03-2011, 07:35 AM   #1
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Nearing retirement and looking forward to lots of travel! This should do the trick. Learning way more information than I ever thought possible. We are towing 06 jeep Rubicon with Blue ox equipment. Also looking at putting our Harley on a lift on the back of the coach. I think cruiser lift will be my choice, any thoughts?

Hi new to this forum & r v ing we have a new 08 holiday rambler imperial. so far working out well, had a lot of issues initially but most are fixed now
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Sweet looking rig!!!
We have an enclosed trailer to haul our GW trike in.
You have to be careful about the lift and MC adding more weight to the rear of the coach. This seems to be the biggest drawback in using a lift.
Others may chime in soon to offer their $0.02.
Happy motoring to you and yours.

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Old 02-03-2011, 08:34 AM   #3
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Nearing retirement and looking forward to lots of travel! This should do the trick. Learning way more information than I ever thought possible. We are towing 06 jeep Rubicon with Blue ox equipment. Also looking at putting our Harley on a lift on the back of the coach. I think cruiser lift will be my choice, any thoughts?

Hi new to this forum & r v ing we have a new 08 holiday rambler imperial. so far working out well, had a lot of issues initially but most are fixed now
Awesome looking rig!

I like the cut of your jib. Jeep and Harley. Same toys as me. Unfortunately I can't take the Harley with me with my setup. As another poster stated, just check what weight the rear of your coach can handle hitch weight wise. A big tag axle DP like yours should be ok.
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Very nice looking-rig! We have an '08 HR Endevor and have been very happy with it. They're great coach's. I'm sure you'll be loving life in your rig too!
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