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Old 04-10-2019, 05:50 PM   #1
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Nice! Best of luck with it. We just got ours set up to tow, and leave on our first trip tommorrow.
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Nice! Best of luck with it. We just got ours set up to tow, and leave on our first trip tommorrow.
Congrats and good luck
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Wow. Beautiful rig. That thing would match my coach perfectly. You will love it.

Are you pulling it with a DP or a Gasser? Have you decided which way you are going to go with regards to tow bar and braking system?
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Wow. Beautiful rig. That thing would match my coach perfectly. You will love it.

Are you pulling it with a DP or a Gasser? Have you decided which way you are going to go with regards to tow bar and braking system?
Hey Tom,
He needs a Leveling kit, some 315 A/Ts (to get away from those noisy a$$ mud terrains) and maybe the Mopar High Top fenders (same look as stock only more tire clearance) and he'd be set in both the looks department and function for quality off roading
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Wow. Beautiful rig. That thing would match my coach perfectly. You will love it.

Are you pulling it with a DP or a Gasser? Have you decided which way you are going to go with regards to tow bar and braking system?
I have a DP and am using the Blue Ox Base plate with a Road Master All Terrain towbar. I have the IVR 2 supplemental
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He needs a Leveling kit, some 315 A/Ts (to get away from those noisy a$$ mud terrains) and maybe the Mopar High Top fenders (same look as stock only more tire clearance) and he'd be set in both the looks department and function for quality off roading
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Roger that Steve, been there done that, many times. Here's ours:
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