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    #4869 Earned Lifetime mem DennisDarrow's Avatar
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    Thanks BUD.........and all.........The barn floor was just digging out a bunch of ore from the chert quarry next door used as fill. The price was right and it really does become hard as concrete. Probably 50 truck loads of it were used to bring the hill the barn is on to level.......I dont believe in having a bunch of debt. The BUS IS PAID FOR, AS IS THE BARN. LOL......Digging out that 3' X 10' X 40' using the tractor I OWN is a whole lot cheaper than a concrete crew and materials.........So, now, on the funds saved, allows months of travel.
    God is so good.......Dennis

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    Quote Originally Posted by DennisDarrow View Post
    God is so good.......Dennis
    Amen. Phil 4:29

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    For those who havenít seen or this could be a reminder, there is a pretty good show on the Discovery Channel called The RVers. It shows at 08:00 on the Discovery Channel, Saturday mornings and later on in the week on some PBS stations.

    https://thervers.tv/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Man View Post
    For those who havenít seen or this could be a reminder, there is a pretty good show on the Discovery Channel called The RVers. It shows at 08:00 on the Discovery Channel, Saturday mornings and later on in the week on some PBS stations.

    https://thervers.tv/

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    Thanks...will check it out!

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    RV There Yet?

    For those that enjoy RV TV shows, there is a new show out- https://www.rvthereyettv.com/

    Pretty good show. They travel around and highlight travel destinations.

    For those without TV access, you should be able to view most of the content via internet/computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Man View Post
    For those that enjoy RV TV shows, there is a new show out- https://www.rvthereyettv.com/

    Pretty good show. They travel around and highlight travel destinations.

    For those without TV access, you should be able to view most of the content via internet/computer.

    OM
    Looks like a good show to get ideas on places to visit.
    Last night I watched the first 4 shows of season 2.
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    Tuson Sway Control

    I just watched a segment on this new sway control device. I like the theory and the test looked promising.
    If you have ever sone some toeing and had the "Tail Wagging the Dog" experience, you probably remember how terrifying the experience can be. While weight distributing hitches and "friction" sway controls help, this should be a better way of taming the trailer sway.

    https://tusonrvbrakes.com/products/t...ntrol-tsc-1000

    From RVing Today TV-



    With spring on the way, it's a good time to consider what may be needed for successful RVing in 2023.

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    The Pro Pride 3P hitch (based on the Hensley design) is absolutely the best solution I've ever found for "uneventful" towing. I tow a 23' Lance trailer with my F 150 and literally don't know the trailer is back there. Ridiculously expensive, but worth it in my opinion.


    https://store.propridehitch.com/prop...hensley-arrow?
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    Propride hitch

    Quote Originally Posted by powwow View Post
    The Pro Pride 3P hitch (based on the Hensley design) is absolutely the best solution I've ever found for "uneventful" towing. I tow a 23' Lance trailer with my F 150 and literally don't know the trailer is back there. Ridiculously expensive, but worth it in my opinion.


    https://store.propridehitch.com/prop...hensley-arrow?
    We had a Propride 3P hitch on our Adrenaline Toy Hauler. It was awesome. They are truly expensive, but they work. We've since sold off the camper and the hitch, but were I to buy another trailer for camping, I would start out there and not ever look back. They are that good.

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    So you made me look it up.
    When you said expensive, you weren't exaggerating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmdualexhaust View Post
    So you made me look it up.
    When you said expensive, you weren't exaggerating.
    Could be worse...... could be for a boat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmdualexhaust View Post
    So you made me look it up.
    When you said expensive, you weren't exaggerating.
    If you consider the combined cost of your trailer and your tow vehicle, it begins to make more sense for safe, confident towing. Kinda like a BMW bike owner trying to save a couple of dollars on an oil change.
    Larry Gregerson; Bend, OR
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