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Old 12-05-2011, 09:13 AM   #21
simonsrf
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Paul and Betty,

Love your analogies of the differences. As full timers, we're looking forward to some of the same lifestyle changes. We'll be joining the SOB crowd sometime next year.

Our biggest one, as you stated, is having to stay several days just because you had to make the effort to get level and setup. Having the ability to pull alongside the highway, sleep and get up without being noticed appeals to us. We've seen so many places that the effort of the 5er made us miss some real nice settings.

We're also finding we're lazy and getting older, and setup is just becoming more of a pain all the time. To date, we've setup 275 times and taken down 274. :-)

You very eloquently stated the suspension problem on the trailers....and yes, they seem to be an afterthought at best. We're looking forward to our home being on a truck chassis.

Congratulations on your new wheels!


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Old 12-05-2011, 01:09 PM   #22
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Congratulations on your new rig! I hope you get many years and miles of enjoyment from it.
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