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Old 11-10-2007, 03:57 PM   #1
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Not new to camping, many years ago, but just arriving at the RV scene. We refer to ourselves as "Senior Teens". We'll accept aging, absolutely refuse too be old. We started researching everything needed to get into RVing about 2 yrs ago. Made the plunge with the new truck in Sept and placed the fiver on order in Oct. We are very excited about this venture and have been to a few places looking at possible campsites. We have been watching all the MH's, TT's and fivers going out on trips and realloy wish we had our rig to do likewise.

The TV: 08 F350 4X4 Dually Lariat 6.4L CC LB Linux 5 spd auto 4.30 rear Tow Boss Reese 20K hitch and all the extras.

The fiver: Jayco 341RLQS 34' MorRyde pin box shocks awning and slide covers. Scheduled for delivery May 08.
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Not new to camping, many years ago, but just arriving at the RV scene. We refer to ourselves as "Senior Teens". We'll accept aging, absolutely refuse too be old. We started researching everything needed to get into RVing about 2 yrs ago. Made the plunge with the new truck in Sept and placed the fiver on order in Oct. We are very excited about this venture and have been to a few places looking at possible campsites. We have been watching all the MH's, TT's and fivers going out on trips and realloy wish we had our rig to do likewise.

The TV: 08 F350 4X4 Dually Lariat 6.4L CC LB Linux 5 spd auto 4.30 rear Tow Boss Reese 20K hitch and all the extras.

The fiver: Jayco 341RLQS 34' MorRyde pin box shocks awning and slide covers. Scheduled for delivery May 08.
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Old 11-10-2007, 05:52 PM   #3
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Old 11-10-2007, 06:52 PM   #4
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ChucknKay, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us here and look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. Congratulations on the Jayco. I am sure you will enjoy both it and this website. If we can help with questions, just ask. GOod luck and take care.
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Old 11-11-2007, 03:47 AM   #6
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Welcome ChucknKay to the IRV2 website and congratulations on so-to-be owners of a new fifth/wheel, check out the fifth/wheel section of the forum as well.
The anticipation of the new fiver will seem forever, but just think of the enjoyment it'll bring when the fifth/wheel arrives, good luck.....Enjoy! Ed.S
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Welcome ChucknKay to irv2.
Congrats on your new JAYCO this link will keep you in touch.
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Delivery in May 2008?! I would not be able to survive that. I applaud your self control and patience!
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Welcome to the wonerful world of 5th wheels. I have no doubt you're going to love it. After years of all types of camping we entered the 5th wheel world a few years back and can't believe we didn't do it sooner. Go forth and enjoy.
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