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Old 06-16-2013, 12:52 AM   #15
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We're out on the road towing a 2000 Jeep Wrangler for the very first time. With an ISL 400, I only know it's back there because it's on my monitor. And my mileage seems pretty unaffected. I had a Brakemaster installed and it works great. Should've done it months ago!
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Old 06-16-2013, 07:47 AM   #16
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I look at the toad as my tag axle. Kind of anchors the back end besides the obvious benefits. We ha a Russian wolf hound and twice we have had rare medical emergency s with her that one she would have died if we did not have the toad. We vote toad.

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We're out on the road towing a 2000 Jeep Wrangler for the very first time. With an ISL 400, I only know it's back there because it's on my monitor. And my mileage seems pretty unaffected. I had a Brakemaster installed and it works great. Should've done it months ago!
Man - that is a pretty picture. You've come a long way from the Falcon 190. I remember commenting on your screename a good while back and how much we have enjoyed the upgrade from our B Van. Looking for a Jeep now. Nice job!!
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Thanks for the reply, however you ate probably referring to someone else. We just started with a coach with a new 32 ft in 2011. We now have a 33.2 palazzo. Yeah I love this picture also. It was in Aransas Pass, near Corpus Christi. Can't remember me of the camp ground but it was very nice and we enjoyed the night we spent there.

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Man - that is a pretty picture. You've come a long way from the Falcon 190. I remember commenting on your screename a good while back and how much we have enjoyed the upgrade from our B Van. Looking for a Jeep now. Nice job!!
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Thanks! I still have the Falcon 190, but she just sits now. That picture was taken in the Columbia Gorge last night during a thunder storm. Yeah, I love the upgrade to a Class A! I'd been looking at Jeeps for months, and every time I found one, the deal would fall thru, but that's how I eventually ended up with exactly what I wanted! A 2000 Wrangler already set up with a tow bar. All I needed to do was add a brake system.
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Falcon190 - I keep looking. The way they hold their value and in these parts - the used all have some serious mileage on them - keeps pushing me toward new. I am usually opposed to new. Then I shop around and a nice, lightly used Lincoln MKX pops up at new Wrangler price. But the Wrangler pulls me back in... Good hearing from you again!
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Yeah. I understand. I looked at Jeep Liberties and Grand Cherokees, but the Wrangler kept wrangling me till I got one. Now I know I would've regretted getting something else. And yep, they really seem to hold their value, but that's a good thing come trade in time!
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