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jbc28

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Posted: 10/11/19 03:54am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Very nice!


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Nice looking rig.

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She's a real beaut. How long until you can take her out and get dirty?


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Y-Guy wrote:

RoyBell wrote:

I ordered the Reese Goosebox. You swap out the king pin for the Goosebox. Lippert will honor your frame warranty if you use this piece.

That's good to hear, a number of people had issues so glad you knew about the warranty of it! Enjoy!


That is indeed good news, wonder if Lippert has added more gussets to the pin area


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Congrats!
GD trailers are some of my favorite styles. They just do modern looking quality looking, right.

Maiden voyage is the honeymoon?
You gonna name it the stabbin' cabin??
Congrats on that too!


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Grit dog wrote:

Congrats!
GD trailers are some of my favorite styles. They just do modern looking quality looking, right.

Maiden voyage is the honeymoon?
You gonna name it the stabbin' cabin??
Congrats on that too!


Yes sir. Been moving up from our pop-up, 28' quad bunk and now this beaut. We are getting married in 2 weeks. Timing wise I thought, hey, why don't we break it in proper. She liked the idea so we are booked now. 2200 mile loop to the Smokies and back.

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Nice setup. Congrats!


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RoyBell wrote:

Grit dog wrote:

Congrats!
GD trailers are some of my favorite styles. They just do modern looking quality looking, right.

Maiden voyage is the honeymoon?
You gonna name it the stabbin' cabin??
Congrats on that too!


Yes sir. Been moving up from our pop-up, 28' quad bunk and now this beaut. We are getting married in 2 weeks. Timing wise I thought, hey, why don't we break it in proper. She liked the idea so we are booked now. 2200 mile loop to the Smokies and back.


We just returned from the Smokies. We stayed at Greenbrier Campground for this trip. It was nice.

Check your level up jack bolts before breaking it in proper...lol. None of the bolts on my 381 and my buddy's 351 were torqued properly. We both had some that were finger tight.

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RoyBell wrote:

Opted for pretty much all options, except for dual pane windows


That would have been the most important option for me, and a lot of other people that camp in spring or fall, or wet weather.


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Congrats and Congrats!!


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