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    Quote Originally Posted by J Ro View Post
    I agree with jaybird. The rv is a good route to take. I have pulled a 26’ travel trailer gross weight of 7500 lbs with a 1/2 ton ram and although it pulled it well it was still a lot. We now have a class c that we can tow with. It has a max towing of 8000lbs and pulls pretty well. Haven’t towed the Jeep behind yet but have pulled 6000lb trailer with ease.


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    You can get a Class A motorhome that you can get in the National Parks

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    I’m sure you’re right. When I hear class a I think 40’ bus rv. Our next plan is to visit our local rv/camper show in February/March. We have not stepped foot in a class a or c as of yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sipafz View Post
    I’m not a fan of the slides. My brother has something similar, but smaller and has had issues. His words “I will never buy another trailer with slides“. We did look at a few since we have a Camping World in our town, but we’re not digging the “home” feel from these types of campers. It’s like they are styled to be just like home. When we looked at Airstreams we liked that they were styled like campers, if that makes sense?
    I’ll never buy one without a slide. That goes for a motorhome, too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sipafz View Post
    Thanks for the input!



    I’m sure you’re right. When I hear class a I think 40’ bus rv. Our next plan is to visit our local rv/camper show in February/March. We have not stepped foot in a class a or c as of yet.
    For the National Parks it can't be over a certain length. You just have to go to the website for the National Parks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sipafz View Post
    Nice setup! Could you imagine living out of it for months as a time? I do like the idea of still bringing the Jeep along for the ride!
    Yeah i could. Spent 9 days in it on the road. Some parks have laundry and showers witch make it easy.

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    When you decide to get one June 1st is when the next year models and floor plans come out wait until about August or September and you can get last year's models around dealers cost

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybird 11 View Post
    Here is my set up.Attachment 334748Attachment 334749

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    Nice Renegade! And the RV too..


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    Thanks. Dont look to close at the cj lol. It needs alot of love still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybird 11 View Post
    Thanks. Dont look to close at the cj lol. It needs alot of love still.

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    I’m glad your keeping it alive


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    Hope to do the same thing as you are with your scrambler some day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    So do Raptors and Gladiators run about the same price now?

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    Sort of, but not really. My Gladiator stickered for $63,497. I was very close to getting a Raptor mega cab (whatever they call the bigger cab truck) and my local Ford dealer had three on the lot. One was pretty basic and had a sticker of $58k and change. It didn’t have the keyless touch and go door handles, no push button start, and didn’t have the technology package. Was missing a lot of what I wanted in a Raptor. The other two were pretty well equipped trucks that had a sticker price of $78k and $76k. Both had nice options, dual panoramic sunroof, the expensive Raptor decals, and one had the fancy tailgate step. I paid under MSRP for my Gladiator, but you’d be hard pressed to find a similar deal on a new Raptor. For its have cost me $20k more for a Raptor with comparable options to my Gladiator.


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