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Old 12-26-2010, 11:23 AM   #29
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Is that an Excalibar or an Iron horse back there?

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Old 12-26-2010, 01:03 PM   #30
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Excalibur, which I'm not sure is made anymore. I believe the Iron Horse trailer was a copy made after the Excalibur folded? At the time we bought ours I was told it was made by someone who had already made enough money but was doing it on occassion just to do something? Don't know for sure either way but I have always liked the trailer, it pulls well, doesn't take up much room on campsite and fits in the garage at home.

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I picked up a like new Ex back in 06' but son decieded to ride so bought new Iron Horse double and ripped the side out of it in Rapid City in August. Not cheap to fix.Also have Hydra lift which I've never used.
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I bought my '06 F350 at just a year old. The new sticker price for that truck was ~$49,000 with the V10. My year old price, with a few almost needed maintenance items performed as well as a new B&W Turnover hitch was 28,000 . Someone took a heluva shot, but that was just before diesel in my area hit $5+/gallon. After that, the V10's became like gold ingots - and are starting to get that way again. I looked at the long bed replacement and decided at 70,000 miles, that at close to $60,000 similarly equipped was too dear for me

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