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Old 01-11-2012, 10:19 PM   #309
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I thought I might get a few more comments. Are you all too busy having sex in your Airstreams? :-)
Personally I was too busy laughing at "No, I'm afraid it's at Colchester. Ouch."
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Old 01-12-2012, 05:49 AM   #310
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I think there would be more people offended on an axle thread. And let's don't get started about hitches. . .!
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I have a Hensley Hitch, which means that I always have two well-lubed female receivers. So whenever I get the itch to hitch………
Just another reason that Hensley hitches are better!!
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Old 01-12-2012, 06:37 AM   #311
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I have a Hensley Hitch, which means that I always have two well-lubed female receivers. So whenever I get the itch to hitch………
Just another reason that Hensley hitches are better!!
Another reason they aren't. I don't want to move to Utah so I can get hitched to two female receivers at once.
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Old 01-12-2012, 06:40 AM   #312
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I have a Hensley Hitch, which means that I always have two well-lubed female receivers. So whenever I get the itch to hitch………
Just another reason that Hensley hitches are better!!
I have 3 TVs with 1 receiver each, that way if I get tired of a TV, I can drive another.
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Old 01-12-2012, 06:53 AM   #313
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Another reason they aren't. I don't want to move to Utah so I can get hitched to two female receivers at once.
My theory on that is …you should be able to have as many receivers as you can fully support.
And to drag it out a little bit more…If you had enough receivers, you could let them get jobs, then your receivers could support your aluminum habit!
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For all those people who feel brave enough to partake in conjugal rights in their Airstreams, you might like to view this informal and informative film first....

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You know you're on an Airforums thread when even conversations about sex end up talking about hitches and tow vehicles.
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You know you're on an Airforums thread when even conversations about sex end up talking about hitches and tow vehicles.
I'm just glad we haven't fully started discussing our rubber rods wearing out and about which replacement is best for our TT's to ride on.

Btw back to hitches, it seems that the average is 2" balls. Who's got bigger? I wanted to swap mine out but my female receiver is too small. It was probably made in Japan.
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to those that find offense in this thread -get a grip
[or was that way too suggestive?]

by my count, assuming you are already on your computer, it takes at LEAST 5 separate actions in order to get to this specific forum thread.

from google > airstream forums > log in > new posts > find the "sex in AS thread" > open thread

so - you've got no-one to blame but yourself for louging around us unsavory types.

oh - please post a list of rally's where there is all this drinking and partying and laughing and such - i want to make a list.

BTW

- personally, as a Ford owner, I deeply resent all these horrible threads touting other types of TV's and feel these threads should be blocked -
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I think there would be more people offended on an axle thread. And let's don't get started about hitches. . .!
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As Jay-Z would say: I got 99 problems but a hitch ain't one.
Too old of a crowd?
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As Jay-Z would say: I got 99 problems but a hitch ain't one.
Too old of a crowd?
I am mortally huffy that you're calling me old. Next you'll be accusing me of being an adult. I am going to flounce off now, so I hope you're ashamed of yourself.
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I'm just glad we haven't fully started discussing our rubber rods wearing out and about which replacement is best for our TT's to ride on.

Btw back to hitches, it seems that the average is 2" balls. Who's got bigger? I wanted to swap mine out but my female receiver is too small. It was probably made in Japan.
You do know that if you own a later model Airstream you need a bigger ball?
Gawd, i've waited YEARS to use that line!!!
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Old 01-12-2012, 12:26 PM   #322
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Didnt read thru the whole thread yet, but does anyone have an opinion on if its better to have the Levelers down for stability, or leave them up for the "cushioning" effect??
On my 345 motorhome, the whole bedroom hangs out a long way behind the rear axle.... Not tested it yet, but inquiring minds need to know!
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