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Old 09-21-2009, 08:52 PM   #1
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holy cow....

Think they have a big enough tow vehicle?



It's on ebay, if you want it!
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Think they have a big enough tow vehicle?

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This thing was up on Ebay a year or so ago if I recall correctly. Funny thing, I guess even Peterbilt's have tail sag. Notice the elephant ears? (Not being serious)



I suppose you could make this into the ultimate MoHo, but you'd need to do something with the fold out steps. Imagine stepping out the door and forgetting just how far the 2nd step is from the ground.
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Old 09-21-2009, 08:57 PM   #3
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oh the humanity.... bet that awning is fun to roll out, not to mention the stairs....
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Old 09-21-2009, 09:03 PM   #4
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LOOK at the size of those fuel tanks~!!
This baby is meant for some serious traveling..lol
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Old 09-21-2009, 09:18 PM   #5
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This thing was up on Ebay a year or so ago if I recall correctly. Funny thing, I guess even Peterbilt's have tail sag. Notice the elephant ears? (Not being serious)



I suppose you could make this into the ultimate MoHo, but you'd need to do something with the fold out steps. Imagine stepping out the door and forgetting just how far the 2nd step is from the ground.
I remember that....maybe the price of gas made the new owner rethink his purchase! More likely he never sold it though.
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I wonder if they have to stop at weigh stations?
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LOOK at the size of those fuel tanks~!!
This baby is meant for some serious traveling..lol
One of those is the grey and the other is a black water tank. It is really meant for some serious boondocking.

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Those fuel tanks are about the size of Bambis.

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Old 09-22-2009, 01:33 AM   #9
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IMHO, a simple "Not for Hire" sign on each door should keep em rolling~
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Four years ago I saw a setup like this where the carny workers camp at the Minnesota State Fair. Couldn't get a decent picture through the chain link.

We've had Don in E Texas with his fun avatar - http://www.airforums.com/forums/f463...tml#post234145

Earlier this month in Glacier I laughed as this rig negotiated three of their narrow semicircle campsites before finding one it could fit into. The front bumper suggests he's attempted this before. He didn't unhitch the 3 days I saw him there and his 5th wheel sat significantly 'up' at the front.
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Now....That's a tow vehicle, Patrick. Did you set this customer up with a HA hitch?
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Now....That's a tow vehicle, Patrick. Did you set this customer up with a HA hitch?
Actually we could not get a drop bar long enough, so the customer went with the Reese Dual Cam.
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Old 09-22-2009, 06:59 PM   #14
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I recall meeting a forum member with this set-up at the first (& only ) Rocky Mountain Forum Rally at Heron Lake, NM...Don in E Texas. Nice couple - what a rig!

June 2003...wow, how time flies!!!

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