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RE: New Ride

Nice looking pickup, that KR interior has set the standard for years. Given your exceptional luck, are you interested in buying me some lotto tickets? I will send you cash and kick you 25% of the take.:) Send me the cash, I'll take pics of the lotto tickets to send to you because I'll gladly take 25% of the take!! :B
jasonlisan 07/11/14 02:23pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New Ride

Best Ford Diesel ever. You'll Love it for pulling that Jayco Recon 40D. Write back after the first time you tow with it. I got rid of the Jayco Recon and gonna take a season or two off and might end up with a smaller 5th wheel, therefore the reason for just the SWR F-350.
jasonlisan 07/11/14 02:22pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New Ride

Thanks everyone! So far loving the new truck!
jasonlisan 07/11/14 02:20pm Tow Vehicles
New Ride

Well I've owned a 6.0 Powerstroke with no issues, a 6.4 Powerstroke with no issues and now I own this new 2015 6.7 Powerstroke and I'm hoping this one is going to be issue free also. It's a F-350 King Ranch and what a difference in power. http://i181.photobucket.com/albums/x136/jasonlisan/photo_zpse6067ac9.jpg height=400 width=600
jasonlisan 07/10/14 10:15am Tow Vehicles
RE: Triple Axle Tire Rotation

I rotate every year also but I just move the rear to the front, the middle to the rear and the front to the middle.
jasonlisan 10/17/13 02:58pm Toy Haulers
RE: RZR XP1000

Darnit Broccoli2 all I have been doing now for the past 2 hours is looking at RZR's and other side by sides trying to comeup with a creative way for my wife to say yes to another toy... sadly I do not see a solution yet! Sorry about that... I just told my wife, "with 18 inches of travel my back wont get so screwed up that I might even be able to help her download the Hauler after our trips to the desert" Worked like a charm:B I always say "it's better to ask for forgiveness than it is for permission" but I used that excuse 3X times already and the sports car was the last straw. :S That is one fine looking RZR though, I'd love to have one but probably never will so I'll have to live vicariously through you. ;)
jasonlisan 08/26/13 02:11pm Toy Haulers
RE: Anyone See This!!

I posted this topic because its actually on the cover of Trailer Life! I'm not surprised by the responses as I'm not a huge fan of the concept although I would like to see one in person just to see!
jasonlisan 08/20/13 07:56pm Fifth-Wheels
Anyone See This!!

Anyone see this yet?? What are your thoughts?? "New" Excel Winslow w/main door in slide-out
jasonlisan 08/20/13 02:42pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: New to Toy Haulers

I love our 43.5' toy hauler when I'm at my destination and set up and enjoying the fresh air, it's the "sometimes" chaos of getting to the destination and back home that can be a pain. If you're good a backing up trailers then you'll be good to go.
jasonlisan 08/20/13 02:39pm Toy Haulers
RE: Questions for Those Pulling 43ft TH with DRW Truck

Hello to all. I am thinking of getting the Cyclone King and was a little nervous. My question is, I have a 2012 DRW Chevy Duramax. I know that it will pull the trailer with room to spare. I am currently pulling a 35ft fifth wheel and am comfortable pulling it. My questions are: 1. How well any of the DRW trucks handle with this long trailer? 2. Is there any issues with pulling a 15,000lb plus trailer? 3. Any advise from those who are use to pulling a big trailer. Thanks for looking and for any advice. 1. Tow our 43.5' Recon with our 2008 F-450 and it tows it great, doesn't like to pass up fuel stations but I didn't buy it for fuel economy. 2. I'd rather tow a fiver vs. a tow behind but that's just me. 3. Take your time, better to get to your destination in one piece and make large turns, I hate going over curbs.
jasonlisan 08/20/13 02:33pm Toy Haulers
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