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Old 07-27-2003, 02:26 PM   #43
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I can see it now. First meet of the 34' to the Toyota pickup is followed by a large thunk as the frame snaps in half!
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Old 07-27-2003, 02:29 PM   #44
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I can see it now. First meet of the 34' to the Toyota pickup is followed by a large thunk as the frame snaps in half!
Hey now... it didn't snap the Intrepid in half!!!
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Old 07-27-2003, 02:31 PM   #45
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That's because it was installed by a Canadian.

I'm not going to elaborate either. Take it at face value!
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Old 07-27-2003, 06:08 PM   #46
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Our frist pull too

We just made our first trip with our new 2004 30' Classic. We have a 2003 2500HD, Crew Cab/Short Box, Diesel and Allison transmission, Prodigy, and Hensley.

Pulled with no problem for hours at 70 mph (orr greater). Had to stop quickly on I-10 twice, and we really appreciated the longer wheel base.

For the 752 miles one way, TX to AL, we got 16.3 mpg.

Mary drove through Houston during Thursday afternoon rush hour. She felt quite confident with the rig after completing that.

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"For the 752 miles one way, TX to AL, we got 16.3 mpg"

Well, sure, but it is downhill that direction!

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We just made our first trip with our new 2004 30' Classic. We have a 2003 2500HD, Crew Cab/Short Box, Diesel and Allison transmission, Prodigy, and Hensley.

Pulled with no problem for hours at 70 mph (orr greater). Had to stop quickly on I-10 twice, and we really appreciated the longer wheel base.

For the 752 miles one way, TX to AL, we got 16.3 mpg.

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Very, very nice!
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