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Old 12-01-2005, 02:19 PM   #1
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Hi, we are new members. We have proudly owned a 1972 Sovereign pulled by a heathy Dodge 1500 Hemi. We camp throughout California, but primarily along the coast of Southern California. Our Airstream is a work in process and we truly enjoy using it while we are fixing it up. We look forward to posting and have enjoyed the Forum and its information for a year or so.
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Old 12-01-2005, 03:38 PM   #2
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Hi, we are new members. We have proudly owned a 1972 Sovereign pulled by a heathy Dodge 1500 Hemi. We camp throughout California, but primarily along the coast of Southern California. Our Airstream is a work in process and we truly enjoy using it while we are fixing it up. We look forward to posting and have enjoyed the Forum and its information for a year or so.
Welcome to the Forum. Personally I think most any Rv or trailer is a work in process. If it's not maintance it restoration. Either way it's fun.
Be prepare to get some criticism on your tow vehicle. Lots of folks here think you need a Peterbuilt to pull anything over a 16'. Don't let it bother you.
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Old 12-01-2005, 04:15 PM   #3
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Welcome to the Forum. Personally I think most any Rv or trailer is a work in process. If it's not maintance it restoration. Either way it's fun.
Be prepare to get some criticism on your tow vehicle. Lots of folks here think you need a Peterbuilt to pull anything over a 16'. Don't let it bother you.
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TJ Fisk,

You won't receive any criticism from me on your choice of tow vehicle. I think that you will be fine, the suspension of a 1/2 ton Dodge is probably as stiff as most GM 3/4 ton trucks. My tow vehicles just happen to be a little older. Nice to see someone else in So Cal, my Liner is stored in Chino when we are not working on it.

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Hows it going TJ. Welcome to the fourm, always glad to hear about another Stream' in the neighborhood. Hope we see you on the road. You mentioned camping along the coast, where do you usually drop anchor?
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