Show us your Rig

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    Rick
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    I thought it would be nice to have a place to show our respective Rigs off. This way we all get to see what’s available out there and being use and how you have modified your rig to your RV lilestyle. Like they say a picture is worth 1000 words.

    Kick the tires, light the fires and hit the road!!
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    #1675

    Ray
    Keymaster

    Nice topic Rick.

    Here is our rig in our current local on BLM land in Southern Nevada.

    I also did a full review of it a while back after we had used it for 18 months. Here is the YouTube video.

    RVHH Chief Cook and Bottle Washer - LoveYourRV.com

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    #1681

    Rick
    Participant

    Thanks Ray. We do this on the RC forums all the time, it’s a good way Exchange ideas.

    I loved your video. What a good idea a video tour of your rig. I’m going to make one of ours as soon as the 4 feet of snow melts in the compound where we have it stored. That should be by June. lol

    Kick the tires, light the fires and hit the road!!
    #1687

    Marsha & Dewey
    Participant

    I like the topic and will try to get a picture posted of our rig soon. we are planning a short camping trip the last weekend of March for opening of turkey season and had already decided to take a pic to load for my face page. Love looking at RVs and all the tricks of rving

    #1702

    Ray:

    Excellent review of what to look for on your rig.  Is there a special caulking for the roof?

    #1703

    Ray
    Keymaster

    Yes the rubber roof on mine uses a special self leveling sealant. I usually carry a tube with me in case I spot any cracks or holes.

    Dicor EPDM Rubber Roof Lap Sealant, 10.3 oz, White 501LSW-1

    RVHH Chief Cook and Bottle Washer - LoveYourRV.com

    #1740

    2008 GMC T7500 Custom Toy Hauler – my own design to carry our Yamaha Grizzly 550 ATV’s and Boat

    260 HP Isuzu Diesel, Allison 6 Speed Trans.

     

     

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    #1744

    The box of the truck is insulated so we have a queen air bed and a catalytic heater for those times we are roughing it.

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    #1747

    Ray
    Keymaster

    Big air bed for a big rig! 🙂  Great shot of you two with the truck and ATVs.

    RVHH Chief Cook and Bottle Washer - LoveYourRV.com

    #1748

    Thanks Ray. That picture was taken at Ocotillo Wells State Recreation Area.

    #1754

    Rick
    Participant

    very nice Steve and Dianne. You bring all your toys with you, I love it!

    Kick the tires, light the fires and hit the road!!
    #1755

    Thanks Rick. As full timers I figured there had to be a way to take all the toys!

    #1756

    Rick
    Participant

    If you don’t mind me asking, ball park what kind of money would we be looking at for a truck like that? The wife and I are “full timers” that are still working full time to earn enought to get the rig we want to full time RV in. I’m thinking this mite be it!

    Kick the tires, light the fires and hit the road!!
    #1758

    Anonymous

    Hello,

    Newbie here. I recently grabbed this 1971 17′ Wilderness tag-along. I will be leaving from Mass and heading across country and do some hiking in each state. I’m not sure how I’m going to set it up yet and I’m sure I’ll be shifting things around quiet a bit until I am comfortable with it all. I do have a leak around the air conditioner. Any helpful ideas? I suppose I should strip off all the old stuff first. What would you suggest I replace it with?

    #1760

    We currently have a 2008 Montana model 3000RK 35 ft 5th wheel trailer pulled by a 2008 Dodge  Ram 3500 S/A diesel 4×4

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