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Old 12-07-2012, 03:05 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Wayne M View Post
I always opt to use a Flying J.

I have never had a problem of any consequence that I did not create myself.

p.s., as posted below this one, I do not go to the RV pump islands either. With a 40' MH and a TOAD, I'm about 60-62 feet long and I don't like being blocked in at the RV islands. I have never had a trucker say a bad word to me. On the contrary, many have remarked favorably on my RV. I also, having driven for a company, follow the etiquette of the truckers. Pull up, fuel up, move forward to clear the pump, go in and pay. When departing and there is a truck departing at the same time I will always wave them on to go first. Never a problem.
Same here.
I was told by a trucker that the first thing they look for at the islands are RV's. They like to pull in behind our rigs. With the truck fill nozzles it does not take long for us to fill up.
DEF is another story............. got to figure that one out.

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Old 12-08-2012, 07:17 AM   #30
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What is DEF?

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Got a question about the Jeep Wrangler. Why did you choose this vehicle to tow? I'm thinking about a Jeep Wrangler also to tow behind my toy hauler. Thanks.
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Old 12-09-2012, 06:12 AM   #33
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Originally Posted by HPYCAMPER2 View Post
Got a question about the Jeep Wrangler. Why did you choose this vehicle to tow? I'm thinking about a Jeep Wrangler also to tow behind my toy hauler. Thanks.
Well, my quick answer is I wanted a ragtop that is easy to flat tow. We saw lots of them on the road, and the Wrangler is on the FMCA list. Hookup takes two minutes. And, although I am not an avid off-roader, that it is capable of taking me places some other cars can't is a benefit.

Let's not go off topic. PM me and I will expound.
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Old 12-09-2012, 07:44 AM   #34
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There arent enough flying J's in washington/oregon to have made it worthwhile hanging on to their charge card, so we have cancelled our account. Theres plenty of other truck stops selling diesel along the highways that we use. Saving 5 dollars on a fill-up but having to drive out of my way for the fill up doesn't make it worthwhile me.

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