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RE: Never thought we'd ever consider a 5er... but!!!!

No access to bath room when slides in and very little outside storage would be the downfalls I see and would stay away, plus not a fan of the powder room just off the kitchen, understand why just not a fan.
dblr 06/22/18 05:29am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Designed in Australia , built and sold in the US

Very sleek looking, it would be nice to see a quality unit built might shake up the US RV Industry. Will have to look at their web site to see how they are built. As always thank you for posting, I always enjoy seeing the rigs from there.
dblr 06/21/18 04:57am Fifth-Wheels
RE: How to find a mechanic in Central MD

Try hear I have heard good reviews about them https://www.customcoachonline.com/
dblr 06/20/18 04:40am Beginning RVing
RE: Trailer behind tt

You are legal in your home state of Md. but no where else on the east coast. Not saying people are not doing it. I drove double trailers for UPS up and down 95 and have seen it being done and have never seen any pulled over, and as said earlier most places it is legal require the first unit be a 5th wheel or goose neck.
dblr 06/18/18 04:54am Travel Trailers
RE: looking for opinions on R-Pod and NoBo's

Might want to look for info over here http://www.forestriverforums.com/forums/ might get a better audience in at least the R-Pod section
dblr 06/17/18 04:32am Travel Trailers
RE: Alamosa CO to Taos NM

I did the ride from Taos to Santa Fe with our rig which was a full size tractor with a then 39' 5th wheel with no issues, yes there were a few sections that were either hilly or loaded with curves but did not feel uncomfortable at all
dblr 06/15/18 04:30am Roads and Routes
RE: Off Road Fever in Australia

Thanks for posting this, I always look forward to the rigs you post and dream one day we might come there to enjoy them. My son was over there a few years ago and still talks about it.
dblr 06/15/18 04:25am Travel Trailers
RE: New Mexico

In Santa Fe we used the Trailer Park Ranch and in Taos we stayed at the Taos Valley RV Park, in town but a very nice park. There are wild fires over near Angle Fire right now so might want to watch that.
dblr 06/07/18 04:54am Travel Trailers
RE: Ideas on places to visit in Pennsylvania

Lititz Pa. is a neat small town near the Lancaster area.
dblr 05/26/18 04:29am Family Camping
RE: colorado springs rv park choice

Another vote for Mountaindale, true not close to town but a wonderful campground.
dblr 05/19/18 05:34am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Campground suggestions near Santa Fe

If you end up towards Taos I think you can boondock at the ski area for up to 14 days, from there up to Co is about a hours drive, not sure where you were exactly talking about. In Sante Fe we used the Trailer Park Ranch but it was in town but a nice place/
dblr 05/13/18 04:59am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Motor Home Wrap

Agree on not cheap, got a price to wrap my Kenworth to match our camper...$8,500, now looking to see what a paint job will cost instead.
dblr 05/10/18 04:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Laundry money

We were also one that used old r/x bottles, held almost if not $10 plus easy to carry to the laundry, now have a w/d in our unit, but still save all the chage in a jar.
dblr 05/08/18 11:56pm Family Camping
RE: Full time fifth wheel Insulation confusion

Check out the new River Stone and their Legacy line, they have 3 14" walls but with any rv extra measures are needed for extreme cold, Teton was one of the best for cold but finding a one in good shape for sale might be tough.
dblr 05/08/18 11:51pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fifth Wheels and Motorcycles

I would also look at the Cedar Creek Silverback model 37RTH or the River Stone model 39FKTH both a single bay Toy Hauler but do think that either of them will require the bike removed to lower the bed for sleeping. If wanting to keep the bike inside at nights for weather and protection going with a motorhome and enclosed trailer might be a better option. Good luck on your search.
dblr 05/07/18 04:47am Fifth-Wheels
RE: I'll be damned.......customer service exists.

We are on our 2nd Forest River unit and have also received very good support when needed form the company. Good to see post when things go GOOD.
dblr 05/01/18 05:25am General RVing Issues
RE: Disk Brakes and suspension maintenance

Our River Stone Legacy came standard with the disc brakes which was on my list of must things, also 8,000lb axles and H rated tires. Very pleased with them and will probably never get a unit without them now.
dblr 04/10/18 04:59pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Buying a 5’er that’s been lived in full time

Good to hear you decided to go and at least look at it, please let us know how things went afterwards, good luck.
dblr 04/08/18 05:09am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Who is ready to go?

We got lucky here in Delaware and was able to start this weekend!!!!! where did you "camp" this past weekend? we are heading to Trap the 13th weekend We are at Lums Pond then up to Country Acres in Lancaster.
dblr 04/03/18 04:58am Travel Trailers
RE: toll plaza selection on I-95 - MD to PA

Toll booth lanes are wide enough, I used to run UPS doubles thru all the time just watch your mirrors. In getting a ticket there are 2 spots on the Pa pike in the machines that disperse the ticket one low and one high, most of the times it senses a large vehicle and uses the top one. Do you have a class A or C motorhome? It should sense it as a large vehicle but you might have to stretch a little.
dblr 04/01/18 01:43pm General RVing Issues
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