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Old 06-29-2012, 07:53 AM   #435
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Old 06-29-2012, 10:37 AM   #437
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I own and Ride a Gold Wing motorcycle.
It goes everywhere we do!
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Wow! And I thought towing my TT with my F150 made for a long train!! ;-)
I got rid of the TT and bought a 24' Itasca Navion and hopefully I'll be pulling my '03 Ultra Glide with it.
How does that work out for you? No problems maneuvering at CG's? Just wondering.
BTW, I use the name Horizonchase(r) on my motorcycle forum too. I picked it because I pictured myself heading off into the distant horizon on my bike!! It follows that it should also apply to my MH. In all reality that is only a pipe dream. I live a pretty boring life!! :-(. Although I DO ride my bike a LOT more than I take the MH out.
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Wow! And I thought towing my TT with my F150 made for a long train!! ;-)
I got rid of the TT and bought a 24' Itasca Navion and hopefully I'll be pulling my '03 Ultra Glide with it.
How does that work out for you? No problems maneuvering at CG's? Just wondering.
BTW, I use the name Horizonchase(r) on my motorcycle forum too. I picked it because I pictured myself heading off into the distant horizon on my bike!! It follows that it should also apply to my MH. In all reality that is only a pipe dream. I live a pretty boring life!! :-(. Although I DO ride my bike a LOT more than I take the MH out.
Quote Mat.......Boring....LOL.....If you get board with that beautfull Rv let me know.....If I had that, Id have beers in it after work.....That is realy nice....Hay.....Do you suppose pledge will work on a camper like our bikes..
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Old 06-29-2012, 05:08 PM   #440
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Quote Mat.......Boring....LOL.....If you get board with that beautfull Rv let me know.....If I had that, Id have beers in it after work.....That is realy nice....Hay.....Do you suppose pledge will work on a camper like our bikes..
I haven't had the fridge on in this one but I did leave it on in the travel trailer after we came back from the White Mountains camping. I figured, why not? I just paid to have the propane filled and I knew I'd be trading it in on the new Motor so figured I'd at least put that propane to good use and have it cool of my brewski's for me!
Ha, ha!! Very funny about the Pledge!! That is our motor cycle secret!! Maybe we can get all the RVer's on this forum to polish their rigs using Pledge!!!

Seriously, I really admired the renovations that you did to your trailer Mat. You've taken her a long way from that trade in for the snow blower. I wish I was that handy.
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Jus Cruisin goes back to when I sold a really wicked 1970 Chevelle that didn't have very good street manners and replaced it with a mild 1967 Fairlane that I nicknamed Just Cruisin. I have used Jus Cruisin as a forum name for years.
Problem for me is I can't kick the need for a wicked car. Right now I have a 700 + hp pro street 1967 Chevy II with rear tires that are each 22.5 inches wide. Its nickname is Steamroller.
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Old 06-30-2012, 08:14 AM   #442
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side note, I've used Dollar store furniture polish on my Moho for quick shines for a couple of years now. Remember the Pledge idea from my motorcycle years going back to the early 70's. Never took my 900 Kaw out without a quick spray and wipe.
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For years I have been a San Jose Sharks fan. I mean seriously fanatic. I love hockey. One of my staff started calling me sharks girl a few years ago. Prior to moving to Arizona, I was a season ticket holder in section 213. When I signed up for a twitter account my handle is @sharksgirl213. Well the usernames for this forum are not long enough to let me use my full username, so I dropped the 3.

By the way, even though I now live outside Phoenix, I am still a die hard San Jose Sharks fan. I love hockey the way some people love football.
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