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Old 02-11-2013, 02:22 PM   #1
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Has anyone else caught the show on TC extreme RVs? Great show and the other night they had like 4 on back to back maybe more but I had to get to sleep.
They covered an RV show in Cali and showed the inside of some really nice TT. 5th wheels and MH. Plus they showed some new items for campers like the waterless toilet. Which was interesting but not practical as a retro fit. It basically bags everything. So I would suspect you end up with some string of waste that resembles sausage links.not sure how you empty your tank tho.
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:25 PM   #2
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For the most part, RVs for people who have more money that sense, but that';s what actually drives the industry.
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Last night they had a truck conversion towing a custom toy trailer with a boat attached behind that. Total over 100' long. Seems he may have some restrictions on where he could drive it. But it was impressive.

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Actually not travel channel, not sure what the channel is called.
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For the most part, RVs for people who have more money that sense, but that';s what actually drives the industry.
Ill admit im not sure how to justify 1mil for an RV but the episode I watched also covered a man who built his own 5th out of wood. It looked like a small cabin on wheels. Apparently he did one that was totaled in an accident named the waysalot. The second one was smaller called the waysless. Nice craftsmanship. So it wasnt all about overpriced RVs for the rich n famous. They did show how they build a Prevost which was interesting.
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