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Old 08-20-2016, 01:36 PM   #29
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It does look very stout. I was speaking to the effect of safety in a trailer tire failure. At least with a tandem you have one tire left to run on till you get it stopped. This is something I'm thankful for in my own experience.

Thanks for posting it, it's a good looking rig.

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Not unusual but cool was on Rt74 going to 77N in NC at Mt Airy
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Maybe those things run better than common varieties. Leak proof too.
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Complete with generator...
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And camping at a Walmart lot
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R.V. 4 wheel drive
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The pop-up is small but the idea of using a slingshot with bikes on top is cool.
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That UPS driver doesn't get paid enough! But I bet s/he is really fit.
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this is one is actuallly for sale ... one of a kind with gull doors ... 2001 Other Advanced Bus Industries prototype, Class A - Diesel RV For Sale By Owner in Cedarpoint, North Carolina | RVT.com - 173995 with Video
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Nicely done, but reading the specs I have to wonder, what can you do with an RV that has a 900 lb capacity? Two healthy adults, Junior and Fluffy, a tank of water and there isn't enough room left for a box of corn flakes...
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I noticed the same thing, Bill. Why did they need to use so much marble and tile? Personally, I think the gull wing doors are freaky looking.
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