Re: OT: RV's for the non-newbie??

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Posted by Ben ( on 13:31:54 10/28/07

In Reply to: Re: OT: RV's for the non-newbie?? posted by Frankenbiker

I spend time over there too (but use the portal) and agree on the confusion over there.

RV'ing is one of the fastest growing sectors for discretionary spending. The last figure read was 54% over the last year, IIRC.

So lots of junk from fly by nite providers and the mis information that comes with them.

I bought my 1996 Sub in anticipation of retiring (never will become a couch potato and will do something till I drop) and noodling a TT of some sort. Toy hauler is my thinking, as it will have either my toys or workshop back there.

I don't expect to need/want much 'livingroom' space, and will spend it outside (attached awning or tent or free air of some sort).

For now, am noodling a covered utility trailer in the 10K-15K range to hold my work benches/tools/storage/etc, as can't justify the expense of a toy hauler.

Buddy contractor just got a used Wellscargo as payback for an approx $2K debt. It's about 12 feet long, double axle with electric brakes on both.

That is the type/range deal I'm looking for.

Hope someone posts some good links and info for us both.

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