I see one thing you may want to get them to throw in the deal and that is the T.V's they are not the newer flat screens, so I don't know how they will work at your hook up on the road, since that law or what ever it was with the cable boxes.
At what I offered and will actually be paying, I saved way more than enough to put in a couple of flat screen TVs
Wow Dave,very nice,let me know how the fuel milage is,thinking about going the same way and getting rid of the 30' tow behind
Rick, odds are that it will get in the neighborhood of 7 MPG. That's pretty much the norm for RVs of this size.
WOW, that is quite a vehicle for a "road trip"!
I was thinking a pick-up truck or SUV.
You going to use this to pick up GT's?
Maybe put them in the "basement"!
Just for the LONG road trips, and things like tractor shows and plow days
You're right, I'm not afraid of a long road trip. I went 1600+ miles round trip to the Des Moines, IA area to pick up the HDT1000.
Here's a pic of us the way out, and then one loaded up and ready to head back. There was also a Brinly planter in the basement storage
Now that I have my own trailer, I'll be more predisposed to travel to plow days and such, where before I only went to one show a year which was local.
I'm really looking forward to going down to KY this fall for olcowhand's plow day.
There's also going to be the VGTCOA Expo for 2013, July 18-21 in Plain City, OH (near Columbus). DougT is organizing it, and he's looking for 1,000+ GTs
this year. I plan on taking at least the HDT1000 and a G11. If it doesn't overload the trailer, I'd like to take the 1886 Forklift as well.
Edited by OldBuzzard, April 10, 2013 - 09:02 PM.