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Old 02-27-2014, 03:58 PM   #1
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You really can take it all with you.

Saw this class C going slowly down I-4 the other day. Obviously he has figured out all to take it all with him on his travels.
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Old 02-27-2014, 04:03 PM   #2
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Yup, looks like he has it all with them.
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Old 02-27-2014, 04:08 PM   #3
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I'll bet that Class C has read all the recent posts here about how important staying withing CCC weight limits are. Looks like they are headed for the closest truck scales just to be sure they are still OK weight wise.
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I'll bet that Class C has read all the recent posts here about how important staying withing CCC weight limits are. Looks like they are headed for the closest truck scales just to be sure they are still OK weight wise.
He has his own method. If the rear bumper is > 3.5" from the road and the front is no more than 18" he's good to go.
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The wife will not see that photo.
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It would be my luck that they would get the site next to mine! However... they might be the nicest folks you ever wanted to meet. Nonetheless just looking at that eyesore would drive me crazy...or make me want to go to a flee market!!!
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I think he takes the term RV Dump in a new direction.
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Looks like a Toyota pu powered c also. OMG
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Don't worry he'll take most of the stuff off the roof at the first low overpass.
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He had a real problem downsizing when he sold his house to hit the road.
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I was thinkin' about how long it took and how much effort was involved in getting all that stuff loaded ... sigh ...
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