Show us your Rig

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  • #1762

    Ray
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    I use Dicor Self-Leveling Lap Sealant.

    Try to get as much of the old stuff off as you can then clean it real well with isopropyl alcohol. The Dicor will cover everything and self level. Good Stuff. The other option is Eternabond Tape, never tried it myself but heard it’s pretty good. – http://www.eternabond.com/RV-Leak-Repair-Products-s/22.htm

    RVHH Chief Cook and Bottle Washer - LoveYourRV.com

    #1765

    Rick
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    Nice I love these vintage rigs! I brother in-law had one of these ten years ago and we had a great time in it for 8 years, until a tree fall on it in a storm.

    Kick the tires, light the fires and hit the road!!
    #1767

    Anonymous

    Thank you Ray for the helpful hints. I’ll have to check to see what the low temp rating is to use either product. We are in a snowstorm at the moment, 25mph winds with higher gusts and growing.

    #1768

    Anonymous

    Hello Rick,

    The biggest worry and the only one is a tree fall so it will have insurance, just in case. It it unbelievable clean but I sure need to swap out the fridge.

    #1769

    Anonymous

    Hello Steve and Dianne,

    That is a lot of toys. I wouldn’t want your gas mileage for any of them. Sure looks like you both have lots of fun.

    #1827

    Marsha & Dewey
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    Went on a recent micro vacation and was able to get a pic of our new rig we will begin full-time rving in Feb 2015. We love our 2013 dodge diesel and our 2008 bighorn.

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    Rick
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    Lookin good guys! And no SNOW THERE!!! Nice

    Kick the tires, light the fires and hit the road!!
    #1845

    Marsha & Dewey
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    It had just started to snow, but hadn’t started to stick. 2860′ elevation Ruth lake, ca …… We sure need it!

    #1870

    Dwight Mutschler
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    We have had many trailers but we were seasonal.  We bought this fun finder to short trips, We we are looking for a 5th wheel next to travel alot more.

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    #1872

    Dan Huhn
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    this is our rig 2012 Montana High Country. We pull it with a Chevy 2500 durmax

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    #1874

    Marsha & Dewey
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    We started with an older motorhome, but decided to buy the truck and 5er, as we could get newer for about the same amount of money, love it so far.

    #1875

    Marsha & Dewey
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    Looks great…. Don’t you just love a diesel!

    #1876

    Marsha & Dewey
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    Nice! We just love our diesel

    #1877

    Dan Huhn
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    We started out new on both, we had a truck camper before on my 1500, was just not enough room so we upgraded to a 5er and really love it.We went new because we didnt want anybody elses problem that may have come with used,not that used is bad. We just like new. You look like you have a nice setup too. We looked into buying a Heartland it was a tossup and we liked the floor plan we got with the High Country.

    #1892

    Anonymous

    Our current weekend abode, a Jayco 28BHS. No tow vehicle yet, it’s on order awaiting delivery.

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