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Old 06-17-2013, 12:44 PM   #29
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Just what you need to add to your already overloaded p30/p32 16500 lb chassis is granite counters and multiple slides...... and keep the drum brakes
They should post what roads they plan on using so I can avoid them.....
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Old 06-17-2013, 04:59 PM   #30
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The Tapout lounge one is online on the Travel Channel webpage- with the same 30 second Camping World ad repeated throughout.

I liked the idea of using the roof as a deck with an inside spiral staircase. I wouldn't mind that on my TT They twice showed how the handrails lowered to get to the required RV height, but the T shirt gun? Is it supposed to lower too? I guess I am overthinking here.
Maybe we should lighten up. It's all for fun. Hey, I have seem some RV's in some of the RV resorts that don't look as good as what is on the show. I also am flabbergasted of what folks talk about on the blogs. Shows that many don't have a clue. That is what blogs are for, and the show is for fun.

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Its kinda like a fire, you know its bad but you watch anyway.

"Do you remember how it was before?" was repeated way too many times.
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Ok when are they going to do a full flame paint and stuff a big block with a 6-71 blower on a gmc MH ... Front wheel drive might cause some traction issues though lol
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Old 06-18-2013, 09:01 AM   #33
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"Do you remember how it was before?" was repeated way too many times.
Agree. They had the trailer for 30 freaking years, I'm sure they remember. Duh!
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Ok when are they going to do a full flame paint and stuff a big block with a 6-71 blower on a gmc MH ... Front wheel drive might cause some traction issues though lol
Now You are Talking !!!! I'd like to see them upgrade the chassis also !!! I'd LOVE to hear that "Blower" wine as I blew past those expensive DP's....
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Ok when are they going to do a full flame paint and stuff a big block with a 6-71 blower on a gmc MH ... Front wheel drive might cause some traction issues though lol
Here's the burn-out...now just need the Flame Paint:

1976 GMC motorhome burnout - YouTube
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I'd let them do mine in a heartbeat . . . might put it on eBay right after the show and buy something more practical!
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I am watching them, but I guess I'm too nostalgic or something, I cant stand when these shows break stuff up, break windows, wood, tile, etc, of perfectly good quality that someone somewhere may need desperately for their own vehicle/home etc.

I guess I'm too much of a scrounger or something, just can't see destroying things that still work or have use. It doesn't make sense to me.

That said, I still watch the show, and the kitchen sink they provide is half the size of my coach on one side. I guess small sinks are in, but I sure don't know how or why.
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I set up my DVR to record the show. Watched two episodes and deleted the rest.
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