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  1. This video is slightly different from our others! Hopefully that doesn't scare you guys away. RV Life can be difficult and sometimes we need a break. Come along as we take a trip away from the RV. The toy hauler might not be with us but this video is a trip!
  2. Looking for a larger truck for that monster 5th wheel without spending $100k? This truck is a great starter truck and has a ton of potential for personal customization. Or, thinking of starting a Hot Shot business? Keep your start up costs low but have a truck that can do it all! The Good - 6 cylinder DT530 Turbo Diesel 65,000 Miles 2055 Hours 300 horsepower Allison 6 speed push button automatic with Economy setting Engine brake Air ride suspension Steel 22.5" white painted rims Beautiful Black Cherry Metallic Centramatic wheel balancers front and rear Air ride front seats Bench rear seat (not a Jack Knife bench) Air conditioning Cruise Control Tilt and Telescoping steering wheel Tinted windows Panasonic AM/FM/Cass./Weather Band stereo with 4 speakers Heated mirrors Engine Block heater Dual batteries (new) Chrome, roof mounted air horns with pull cord Fog lights Large duel side storage locking storage boxes Reese 5th wheel hitch with cover 9 Pin trailer plug Hitch catch box Heavy Duty rear trailer hitch receiver 26K GVMR Twin 50 gallon fuel tanks New LED tail lights 4 door Manual windows and locks Single axle dually Owners manuals Tires are 5 years old The Bad - Right rear door handle needs replaced. The spring broke so you can open it but it is tricky to shut. I have looked at replacing it and found it online for about $50 Driver's seat stitching has let go (see pictures) Flat bed and storage boxes are starting to rust. None of it is major and with a little TLC could be cleaned up and repainted. Left hand storage box is missing a lock tumbler. There are two locks on each box so it is still able to be locked. Dash circuit board has a weak solder and sometimes the dash instruments are dead. This happens mostly when it is cold and does come back to life. Dash button back lighting inoperative. I have external lighting on it now that plugs into the cigarette lighter. It is due a service (oil, fluids etc) We bought this rig in November of 2014 when we started our Full Timer life with our 43' Forest River Vengeance Touring toyhauler and put 13,000 miles on it over 4 years. Never had any mechanical issues (aside from what is listed above), starts up every time. Greater stopping power than 1 ton trucks and that helps save your trailer brakes! Hauls great. We have settled down, sold the trailer and ready to sell the truck. $35,000, no trades please. Clean South Dakota title in hand. Currently not registered. Located in Berthoud, Colorado Thanks for looking!
  3. 2006 International 4400LP 2L Custom MDT 175,750 Miles; $52,000; currently located in Yuma, AZ; out2see.rm@gmail.com After 9 1/2 years fulltime we are coming off of the road, at least temporarily. This truck has served us well through 49 states and three provinces. It is in good working order and has just been fully serviced. OUTSIDE: An inline six cylinder turbo charged diesel DT 570, 9.3 liter, 310 horsepower 950# of torque @ 1200rpm Six speed Allison Automatic Transmission with push button shifting 25,500 GVW 49,000 GCV 32K Trailer Saver Air Ride hitch with gauge Air up and bleed off inside cab Gooseneck ball adapter Air bags rated 5,000 lbs (hitch weight) Air ride rear suspension with dump valve Trailer hand valve and parking valve 4:11 rear end ratio Exhaust brake 4 storage boxes 118 gallon fuel tank 6 x 22.5" Alcoa Aluminum wheels Goodyear tires, new in Sept 2018 Full air brakes with air dryer INSIDE: Grey leather upholstery Four Door Alpine radio with six CD changer and XM radio 10" DVD player with integrated sound or wireless headphones Air ride cab and front seats Color backup monitor Prodigy electric brake controller Pre wired for CB Tinted windows Electric windows and locks Electric mirrors with heaters Rear seats folds out to bed https://postimg.cc/rzgMdNjc https://postimg.cc/Kk2xT9Cc https://postimg.cc/PPprvFqZ https://postimg.cc/kD77Xpxf https://postimg.cc/q6BrbNk9
  4. Upgrading to international prostar after towing successfully with pickup. Just my dream But now I need help from the real experts, real life haulers. With the internet and google, I’m determined to do it but would greatly appreciate advice king pin towing height adjustment trailer wiring converter trailer brake control how to put additional seats in semi sleeper cab for the kids how to make or where to look for motorcycle docking on back of semi
  5. Greetings, My wife and I have been full-timers for almost 10 years. We do not have a stick home, so our legal address has been Escapees in Livingston. Part of this time, we have traveled extensively, moveing every few days, and part of the time we have volunteered or worked as paid employees for the National Park Service. In the latter case, we would set still for up to six months at a time. We plan on starting to travel more, both domestic and international, so we are going to apply for TSA Global Entry. For those of you that may not be familiar, once received, this pass will allow you to go through fewer checks when going through security, such as leaving your shoes on. It also simplifies and speeds up entry through customs on reentry to the U,S. from international travel. Here is the question, on the form you are to list ALL of the places that you have lived for the last 5 years. If we put Livingston, that will show up as false as we have been employeed by the Park Service part of that time. If we put everyplace that we have stayed in the RV, it will be well over 100 places. (Yes, we could do that since one of us keeps a detailed daily diary.) If we put Livingston, they will likely know/find out that this is a mail forwarding service, even if it is our legal address. So, have any of you applied for the Gloabal Access status and what did you do. Thanks in advance for any thoughts. Jim & Jan
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