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Old 03-14-2013, 06:30 PM   #1
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We enjoyed our Coachmen Leprechaun Class C so much we wanted to spend more time in it when my wife retired. Well, she has, but we determined that it was a little crowded for extended stays.
Bought our '07 Sea Breeze in early February, 3 days short of eight years after we bought the Coachmen.
It's a 1311 with the Ford F53 and Triton V-10, 2 slideouts, and what we think is an unbelievable amount of storage! Have to watch ourselves when we load for a while...
Found this forum while looking up some info I needed and this place is great! Feel like I've known some of you for years! Already gotten some really great info here.
We will continue to pull our '01 Wrangler TJ so we can drive over cliffs and through deserts, based out of our really cool home on wheels.
We love Colorado, Arizona, Utah, and many other places around the west.

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Welcome folks!

Go Jeep!
We have a JK and it stays dirty.

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We enjoyed our Coachmen Leprechaun Class C so much we wanted to spend more time in it when my wife retired. Well, she has, but we determined that it was a little crowded for extended stays.
Bought our '07 Sea Breeze in early February, 3 days short of eight years after we bought the Coachmen.
It's a 1311 with the Ford F53 and Triton V-10, 2 slideouts, and what we think is an unbelievable amount of storage! Have to watch ourselves when we load for a while...
Found this forum while looking up some info I needed and this place is great! Feel like I've known some of you for years! Already gotten some really great info here.
We will continue to pull our '01 Wrangler TJ so we can drive over cliffs and through deserts, based out of our really cool home on wheels.
We love Colorado, Arizona, Utah, and many other places around the west.

Hi Jack! Welcome to IRV2! It's great to have you join the bunch!

Congrats on the new rig! We bought a Class A last year after pulling a 5er for 10 years. We love it! Just be careful "driving over those cliffs". It's a long way to the bottom of some of them!

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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new rig looks great! Enjoy the forum lots of good info here.
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We have a 05' TJ Ruby on 33's that loves to get off the highway.

Are you aware of the FMCA Fourwheelers?
FMCA 4 Wheelers..
Several off-roading events throughout the year in the west/southwest.
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Old 03-15-2013, 12:43 PM   #8
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Go Jeep!
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...even if you wash it a lot!
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Old 03-15-2013, 12:45 PM   #9
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Welcome!

We have a 05' TJ Ruby on 33's that loves to get off the highway.

Are you aware of the FMCA Fourwheelers?
FMCA 4 Wheelers..
Several off-roading events throughout the year in the west/southwest.
I wasn't, but I'll check it out; Thanks!
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...even if you wash it a lot!
It rains often enough.
I am hesitant on disturbing the patina
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