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Old 10-13-2010, 02:38 PM   #1
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Hi,

FL (as in Freightliner) rookie here. The title says it all. Wife & I are in Elkhart, IN (since August) while our new Haulmark T/C is being built. It's at the paint shop now so hopefully we'll be mobile in a couple weeks. We're leaving the 5th wheel life that we enjoyed very much but for several reasons the T/C made a lot of sense.

Since we've been here we sold our home and will be fulltimers (finally) real soon. We have spent 6-7 months a year in the RV for 5-6 years so I don't think it will be much of an adjustment.

So, we are new to Freightliner, Truck Conversions and full timing. What else is there?????

I may be asking for opinions as time oes on but already a lot of questions have been answered by other posts. Keep up the good work everyone.
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Welcome to the forum and congratulations on your new rig and upcoming lifestyle change! I'm sure you'll love it. You'll find a lot of great information and people willing to help right here. Feel free to browse, ask questions and chime in to any discussion you like.

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