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


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Posted by Ben (76.14.17.32) 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 woodalls.com/cforum 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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