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  1. How big is to big?

    You'll be fine on a good portion of the full hookups.
  2. Offsite Storage

    Top Notch RV in Clermont is super nice. $3 per foot fee. I left mine there for 2 months.
  3. A couple of Fort observations

    Same here. One of my favorite things to do is cruse around looking at campers and striking up conversations about trucks and trailers. I feel the same way about the parks too. I need some crowds.
  4. What is this Atrocity?

    That's the best they can come up with?
  5. River Country

    That's an extendable boom crane with a folding jib attachment. Looks like they are about to do some lifts.
  6. Things I saw camping

    Flatbed equipped trucks FTW
  7. Was almost ready to pull the trigger...

    Look at the mega class C coaches built on semi truck chassis. A friend of mine has one on a Freightliner chassis. The build quality is very good and they can be serviced at a lot more places in regards to the chassis. The manufacturers tend to be lower volume too. So quality is better on the living quarters
  8. Was almost ready to pull the trigger...

    Glad you've had good luck. My best friend bought a new 2015 jayco travel trailer. It was junk. The roof leaked before he even used it. Interiors pieces fell apart. Total junk. He needed a 2 year warranty because it tore up all of the time. The dealer had it more than he did.
  9. Was almost ready to pull the trigger...

    Look at how jayco slings their stuff together. https://youtu.be/jXMJrRQ3SVk
  10. Was almost ready to pull the trigger...

    I agree with most points in that article. Most RV manufacturers sling them together. A 100k toyhauler has no better QA/QC than a 15k TT. The message boards are littered with horror stories about brand new rigs. Some Class A manufacturers are better than others. I had a buddy drop huge $ on a pusher that was a lemon. He then traded it for a Zephr by Tiffin which seemed to be made much better. Benefits of buying used are someone else has probably worked through all of the problems (unless they are dumping it), and they will take the big depreciation hit.
  11. Planning for 2019 Yellowstone/UT/AZ/CO roadtrip

    Thanks for the info. I think Colter Bay will be a stop for a day or two. We will exit through Cody. I've been there a few times. I like the Buffalo Bill museum there, and we may take the kids to the rodeo too...plus a trip to The Irma for some grub.
  12. Planning for 2019 Yellowstone/UT/AZ/CO roadtrip

    Cool thanks for the link
  13. Planning for 2019 Yellowstone/UT/AZ/CO roadtrip

    I'm with you on Fishing Bridge. That doesn't look fun at all. I really think we can fit in Grant, Madison, or Bay Bridge from the YouTube videos I've watched. But there's always that chance of being turned away for over length. The last time we were out there traffic was bad in spots. Bear jams were crazy crowded with inconsiderate people. My wife and I are good with the cold weather and altitude, although the kids have never been to anything more than 5k or so in the Smokies.
  14. Planning for 2019 Yellowstone/UT/AZ/CO roadtrip

    I didn't realize Monument Valley was so close. I believe it will get added to the list. Looks like there is a nice CG there too. Grizzly looks like a nice park, but shade looks scarce. I've also looked at Bakers Hole CG just a few miles north of West Yellowstone. It's in the national forest and some sites have electric.
  15. Planning for 2019 Yellowstone/UT/AZ/CO roadtrip

    Thanks, Dave. Hopefully it will. The kids really want to go out west. I'm thinking we will not buy Disney AP's in 2019....that should just about pay for the trip lol
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