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Old 03-31-2014, 10:05 PM   #1
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Mx racing will never be the same.

For years we have raced out of a cargo trailer, my son and I had no issue. The wife and daughter on the other hand.......so after months and months of looking and shopping we decided to have this built. Work and play 40 rls with 6" extra height, 5500 genset and some other odds and ends. Camped in it one night so far at dealers camp ground and it is a major upgrade to a box on wheels. ***weight police please keep your typing fingers holstered im shopping for a dually***

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Old 03-31-2014, 11:15 PM   #2
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Just what mother order?
looks nice from the out side
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Old 04-01-2014, 12:18 AM   #3
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Howdy and welcome to iRV2! Great looking rig, congrats. Now where are the inside pics???
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Good luck with the new truck search. It looks like you will need it with that beauty. Congrats!
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Nice! What was the damage? Are they as expensive as a Spacecraft?
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Just what mother order?
looks nice from the out side
All she wanted was 10 gallon hot water heater and a comfy bed. The large genset, 60 gallons of on board fuel and 6" extra heaight was what I wanted(im a taller guy at 6'4"). I didn't order it with TV's and such as they are over priced from factory. Has electric bed in garage with pass through dinette.

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Nice! What was the damage? Are they as expensive as a Spacecraft?
Its a Forest river work and play, retail was a little over 60k, otd for a little over 47k.

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Setting at home pic.



Inside pics.









AND.......The weight ticket...Had everything in it except bikes and tools (1000# I guess), no water, 30 gallons of gas in hauler and full tank in truck.


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So our 1st weekend outing to the races. Few small issues that I repaired myself. Otherwise everything went well.

Loaded up ready to go.



Early arrival gets ya a primo spot.



This is how you are supposed to go racing !

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Looks like you have a rig that will work super for your MX program. We have a Newmar 3920 Class A toy hauler we use for MX. Nothing better than being at the track and playing in the dirt. While I am guessing I run a much older class than you guys do, still enjoy the dirt as much now if not more than when I was 16.

Have fun, ride hard and wear a neck brace.

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Cheese Burgers and tater tots are the absolute best!

Nice looking rig. Hope you have many happy trails with that rig. Are you dead set on a certain brand of truck?
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Looks like you have a rig that will work super for your MX program. We have a Newmar 3920 Class A toy hauler we use for MX. Nothing better than being at the track and playing in the dirt. While I am guessing I run a much older class than you guys do, still enjoy the dirt as much now if not more than when I was 16.

Have fun, ride hard and wear a neck brace.

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Cheese Burgers and tater tots are the absolute best!

Nice looking rig. Hope you have many happy trails with that rig. Are you dead set on a certain brand of truck?
Thanks ! The current dodge has severed me well with zero issues in 100k miles. I would lean that way but have owned chevys that done well, but never owned one of them in a diesel. Had a ford diesel once...maybe it was just a bad one, but I want buy another.
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Got you bet in the age group and most likely the only time I will ever beat you! Vet 55+ for me. My goal nowadays is to finish every moto upright!

I ride a 2012 KX450F and son rides the same. He has his set up with Factory Connection suspension and other goodies. He runs "B" 450 and open classes.

I run Millville ProAm every year and try to not finish last. Just a flat out good time.

Enjoy spending the time with my son having a great time!

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That is awesome! You're are living one of my dreams. Have fun!
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Got you bet in the age group and most likely the only time I will ever beat you! Vet 55+ for me. My goal nowadays is to finish every moto upright!

I ride a 2012 KX450F and son rides the same. He has his set up with Factory Connection suspension and other goodies. He runs "B" 450 and open classes.

I run Millville ProAm every year and try to not finish last. Just a flat out good time.

Enjoy spending the time with my son having a great time!

Jay
Awesome ! It is a great time with the family. My oldest is in the air force, so we don't see him a much as we like, but when we do there is dirt involved ! My daughter (12) rides the practice days, but she has no interest in racing.....yet....I used to make money in the A/pro class but cant hang on to it for that long anymore. Maybe we will meet in the dirt one day. Have fun !
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