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    • Now ya'll hold on a minute. I don't think the galvanized metal siding on our 5'er looks so bad, and it'll be way better oncet we get the rattle can paint job on it. Personally, I guess I could learn to like a Bus if'n we could get a pin setter and and an alley or two installed. In the mean time, after we get back from the gedunk store in the Smart buggy, I think we'll unload the motorcycles and head out for a nice ride. 
    • Wow! We love ours, but we also use them only as Kindles and portable Alexa devices. We use our Windows tablets at home when watching TV and our all in one Windows desktops for anything we need a keyboard for. Just remember these don't use the Android Playstore, instead the Amazon apps store which for us is just fine. I can use the Amazon office like apps just fine with a Bluetooth or other USB connected wired or wireless keyboard like this one I did before:  
    • In not so many words you could just say, "My husband has a BullyDog in his F-350 PSD. I'm thinking about getting him the AE Ford bundle. Is that doable? Any conflicts at the OBD port?" That'll set em off and tell you more than you ever wanted to know. 
    • From someone with the best perspective. For 10 years, we towed a 40' Travel Supreme with a Volvo tractor full-timing.  Without the space of the fifth-wheel we may not have lasted 10 years  There is 6' of  motorhome that is useless to living area. We did a lot of shopping when we made our decision in 2005 and it came down to that a motorhome, with the same fit and finish as the fifth-wheel would be about $100,000 more for a motorhome than the fifth-wheel and the HDT truck. We towed a car, first a Grand Cherokee and then Equinoxes behind the trailer in 30 states of the country with the fifth-wheel.  We still tow the Equinox behind the motorhome. We still have the fifth-wheel trailer as our winter home but now we are doing summer travel in a 34' motorhome.  What is easier with the shorter motorhome is that it is easier to find campgrounds with big enough sites.  That had restrained us from touring New England.  It would no have been impossible with the fifth-wheel, just harder. We could not survive full-timing in the 34' motorhome but it is big enough for the summer. If we could have only one RV, it would be the fifth-wheel with a HDT tow vehicle.  
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