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  1. Yes, we weighed at least once a year. As full-timers we knew we had a lot of stuff. We ran close to weight limit but were careful to stay under GVWR. When we added the Big Foot system we removed a sofa sleeper and bought two gliders just to offset the additional weight of the Big Foot system. We weighed several times at Escapees in Livingston. Unfortunately when we moved our things out of the trailer I did not keep those records. The most recent Cat Scale (truck stop) shows trailer axle at 12430 pounds. If the total trailer weight is 15,000 - 15,200 that puts about 2,500 to 3,000 on the pin. You might tow it home empty with the 2500, but I would not tow loaded with anything less than a 3500. (We always used a dually and ran close to the GCWR of the truck.) Unfortunately the New Horizons from that era were heavy, but very well built. Exterior walls have steel framing. Hope this helps.
  2. The roof is fiberglass and is maintenance free -- except that I power wash it twice a year and inspect caulking. To my knowledge it has never leaked. New Horizons floors are exceptionally well built. There are no "soft" spots and it does not flex when you walk on it. The covering on this one is a oak parquet tile in very good condition -- except for one time with surface damage located in a corner that is not readily visible. Care for the floor is easy with a dry swiffer and occasional use of a wet Swiffer pad. I would anticipate no maintenance in the next year other than routine cleaning of slide rails and lubing the zert fittings.
  3. SOLD After ten exciting years of full time living in our fifth wheel New Horizons trailer we find it necessary to settle down. So we offer for sale our: New Horizons 32 foot fifth wheel trailer Designed and built for full-time living Built in 2001 Features storage and other conveniences helpful for the full-time RVer. Upgraded with BigFoot automatic leveling system. VIN -- 1H9FW322611184485 New Horizons model F-32-RKSSS GAWR = 12,160; UVW = 11,540; GVWR = 15,200 Air Ride suspension Slide-out awnings (slide toppers) Tinted Windows Welded in safe 10 cubic foot refrigerator Full time solar package -- six 75 watt solar panels. 2000 watt inverter Two fantastic fans 10 gallon water heater Multi-disk CD player One AC unit Desk with two hanging-file drawers All maintenance records on board. One HDTV television in living room; space and wiring in bedroom for second TV. Space in living room for sleeper sofa or for two gliders or recliners. Fiberglas roof Upgrades Four (4) Lifeline AGM batteries (Maintenance free) -- May 10, 2013 Big Foot automatic leveling system -- (Quadra Manufacturing, Inc.) June 20, 2011 Inverter upgraded to Magnum Pure Sine Wave -- May 16, 2012 MCD American Duo Day/Night Shade system on all windows -- September 2012 Three fluorescent fixtures converted to Star Lights Revolution T8 LED tube lights - April 2014 Replacements and repairs Water pump replaced -- March 8, 2013 Microwave/Convection oven -- July 16, 2013 Water Heater -- April 15, 2009 Refrigerator (propane/electric) -- February 23, 2010 New Bearings, Brakes, and brake drums -- April, 2015 Asking -- $10,850.00. Will consider offer. Photos are posted at this link -- https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bzyi3m9xIndxMU1CMDBxOHNQdFU&usp=sharing More Information -- call Bruce -- xxx-xxx-xxxx email -- bruceandmarysue at yahoo.com Can be seen near Athens, Ohio.
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