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  1. RV solar! We finally installed solar panels on our toy hauler. Full time RV living is so much easier with solar. It's definitely not cheap but is a great investment, especially if you love boondocking.If you have been watching the channel for a while you know that we had a solar system installed on our last rig (Keystone Cougar). We swapped rigs over the summer and acquired a toy hauler with a built-in Cummins Onan 5500 generator. This has made it possible for us to boondock without solar and save up money for our full solar install. In the video we talk about lithium vs lead acid batteries, where we went to get the panels installed, and show you all the basics of our system. Hope you enjoy and please don't forget to SUBSCRIBE!
  2. The Eastern Sierra region of California is a special place. Home to places like Mount Whitney, Reward Mine and Alabama Hills, there multiple hot springs, high alpine peaks, and great fishing. In this video we show you why you need to go to this region of California. Camping at the base of the Eastern Sierras we drive up Whitney Portal road, Hike to the bottom of Reward Mine and even rescue a stuck Toyota pickup truck. Don't forget get to do your part and leave no trace. We cleaned up multiple bags of trash around the area. Hope you enjoy this video!
  3. Wow where has the time gone! The past year has been amazing but it was not without it's trials and tribulations. Rv Living is very rewarding but at the same time lot's of work. Rv Newbie? You should defiantly watch this video before you get into full-time RV Living. We have learned so much in the past year and thought it would be great to put all the information into one video. Talking about the highs & low's, the do's and don'ts and overall what Rv life is all about. Hopefully this video brings you some value, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and turn on the notifications!
  4. On our way to meet up with some fellow Xscapers we stop off at Truck Haven for some shut eye. The next day we find some free camping near Yuma Arizona, American Girl Mine to be exact. RVing is more fun with friends! A few weeks ago we met Jill and Curt at the Xscapers annual bash. Instantly being connected through off roading, they invited us down to boondock near American Girl Mine just north west of Yuma Arizona. Over the the next few days we did some exploring, off roading and smoked some delicious meats together. We also go to the valley of the names and drive to the bottom of American Girl mine, this is a fun one! Hope you enjoy!
  5. At the Xscapers annual Bash 2020 we took our full size RAM on a jeep trail. We joined fellow Xscapers to hit Redline jeep trail. The tow rig did pretty well and everyone was glad to have us along. This was such an amazing way to jump right into meeting new people at the Xscapers Bash. Our tow rig has been highly modified for towing and off road performance, rock sliders, extra shocks and larger all terrain tires. This trail pushed us to the limit though, trying a couple different bonus lines we ended up needing a small tow strap tug! Everyone on the trail was great and happy to watch us give it a try. Looks like we might need new bumpers though.......we received some minor carnage. Hope you enjoy the video!
  6. Let's talk about getting out of your comfort zone! This video is a perfect example and will be empowering to many people. Heading back from the Xscapers Bash Melissa decides to tow our huge 5th wheel. Imagine doing something COMPLETELY out of your comfort zone. How does that make you feel? How does that make you grow? Well that's exactly what Melissa did, she faced her fears. To be honest it wasn't that bad. Trailer/RV towing can be nerve racking for beginners, take it slow, be methodical and have a great teacher! Seek Discomfort people, it's the only way to grow! Hope you enjoy the video and get value out of it. Please give it a share if you are empowered.
  7. Continuing to explore the open desert we head over to Burro Schmidt Tunnel in the Mojave Desert. Carved all by hand taking over 33 years, this tunnel goes all the way through a mountain. We enter the tunnel and show you what it's like on the inside and all the way through. On this adventure I have gotten pretty good at crashing our drone and Melissa finds a unique use for the GoPro. After spending a good amount of time exploring around the tunnel we cut back across the desert. Attempting to find another mine but the road conditions wouldn't cooperate.
  8. Dogs love RV Living also! Traveling with dogs can be difficult. But they get to be with you even more while discovering new sniffs, places and sticks to chew on! There are some things to consider. We finally introduce you to our two dogs Blue and Zamboni. Going into their back stories, likes and dislikes. Towards the end of the video (Time Stamps)we go over pros and cons of RVing with pets. Boondocking, BLM and general camping with your pets and what to be aware of. Hope you enjoy our super cute pups! We absolutely love them.
  9. We are in Barstow California for the annual desert clean up and prerunning! this is an amazing event where overlanders, campers and outdoor enthusiasts get together and clean a local desert. It's a great event, the desert community gets together with many sponsors. They provide, all the cleaning supplies, dumpsters, t-shirts and event a huge raffle. We went out with the toy hauler, filled the truck with trash and watched some trucks jump. Hopefully this catches on!
  10. 2015 Keystone Raptor 412TS. Toyhauler, 12 foot garage with HappiJac dining set and queen bed. Loft over garage. 4 door refrigerator. L shaped sofa with recliner, 2 recliners in slide out. 3 TV's, 5.5kw Onan generator. Rear gate patio kit with safety gates, rear awning and bug screen. Step inside the garage space using the rear ramp door. There is a side man door in the garage for easy access when the ramp door is closed and a sliding glass patio door to the main living space making it easy to open things up when the toys are removed. Garage has an electric bed with dual opposing sofas in the rear for more sleeping space at night and lounging during the day. There is a twin loft bed above the garage. Inside the main living and kitchen area combined there are two opposing slides which creates a bit more space. A pantry to the left of the sliding glass doors and slide-out three burner range, counter peninsula with large sink, and L-shaped hide-a-bed with recliner combined. An entertainment center is located on the interior living room wall for your enjoyment. On the opposite side of the room there are dual recliners together, a 18 cu. ft. refrigerator, and a second pantry slide out. Step up two steps to a bath on your left featuring a shower, toilet, and sink. Head into the front private bedroom with slide out residential queen size bed, dresser with entertainment center above, and full wall wardrobes along the front wall. There is also a convenient wardrobe to the left of the bed with laundry chute, and so much more! $77,300 REDUCED $70,000 I can even help you load the garage with toys,,, I have 2, 2003, 100th anniversary edition Harleys for sale, a Dyna Low Rider and a Heritage Springer.
  11. https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/-5006221691 One Owner. Purchased New. Great Condition. We are located in East Blue Hill, Maine.New set of Goodyear Endurance tires installed 2/8/19. Purchase price includes Husky Centerline W/D hitch.Asking $26,900 If interested we can provide pictures of the inside. KING BEDTOY HAULERDRY WEIGHT: 7,720LBSLCD TVGARAGE SIDE RAMPAM/FM/CD PLAYER/BLUETOOTHELECTRIC FIREPLACEBUNK BEDSOUTSIDE SINK & RANGEELECTRIC STABILIZER JACKSLCD CONTROL PANELPULL OUT COUCHLED LIGHTINGPOWER AWNINGLP/ELECTRIC FRIDGEARCTIC PACKAGE FOR COLD WEATHER CAMPINGGAS/ELECTRIC WATER HEATER COMBOAir Conditioning, Two 12V Deep Cycle Batteries, Bunk Beds, CD Player, CO Detector, DVD Player, Exterior Speakers, King Size Bed with underneath storage, Country Sink, Stainless Appliances, Rear Ladder, Stabilizer Jacks, Medicine Cabinet, Microwave, Outside Kitchenette, Oven, Overhead Cabinetry, Power Awning, Propane, Refrigerator, Roof Vents, Shower, Side Ramp Door, Skylight, Smoke Detector, Spare Tire Kit, Stove Top Burner, Tinted Windows, Porcelain Toilet, Wardrobe, Water Heater, Ducted Furnace, 2 Slides
  12. We are looking at a 43ft 5th Wheel Toyhauler and are concerned about finding "inexpensive" places (meaning non-commercial) sites to RV at. We are new full timers and at this time not equipped to boondock but don't want to spend the high dollars in commerical prefer the off the beaten track. We are concerned that we may be looking at too large of a rig!!! Any ideas, thoughts, appreciated.
  13. This 40ft fifth wheel toy hauler has a large open floor plan, large windows, and lots of space. It is in great shape, and has new vinyl wood plank flooring throughout. Some of the other features: -Queen sized bed in master bedroom-Brand new sofa that turns into a Queen sized bed, with lots of storage underneath-Queen sized loft - Onan generator -Large bathroom and shower -Electric awning and security lights-Huge 12 foot garage/extra room-Opposing slides in kitchen for more floor space-Indoor/outdoor music sound system-Kitchen island for more storage and work space-Auto seeker satellite -Fuel station for fueling toys.-Large tanks to extend your camping trip-A/C and furnace-Washer and dryer hookups-Bedroom slide to maximize space-Insulated underbelly for cold weather. https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/2009-Keystone-FUZION+403-123301360
  14. A newbie RVer here, and we are doing reserach on an RV (5th wheel) and tow vehicle (HDT). Plan on going Full-Time next Spring. The RV will be a built (NH, Spacecraft, ?). One of the issues we have gone back and forth on is having a toyhauler versus a "regular" RV. We really do want that flexible "second" room for hobbies (HAM radio, electronics, RV "projects"), visitor bedroom (HappiJac Bed), working out when cold, hanging out when hot, a general "messy" workspace, and the storage of toys (bicycles, potentially a SxS, etc.). Garage would be 10' (preferred), 11' or worst case 12' 6". So this either results in a very long RV or you compromise living/kitchen spaces to keep the length to a "regular" size RV. Regular size 5th wheel: 40', Toyhauler 5th wheel 45'. So, to you FT toyhauler users out there:- USE: What do you use your toyhauler garage for? Multiple uses? Flexible room or just a "dirty" garage? Wish I had less garage? Wish I had more space (FT RVer never say that )? USAGE: What kind of usage do you get out of the garage space? Use it all the time, seldom, can't do without it, wish we had a bigger living room? How long have you been using your toyhauler? If you have big toys (motor bikes, SxS, small car, etc.) you store in the garage, do you generally remove those big toys when you camp for a few days or a week? Or does it become a hassle and you just use it as garage storage? All insight and experiences would be greatly appreciated. Gerry
  15. Custom built 5th wheel with garage and lift. Built with the best components (entertainment system that will rival any luxury home), and ultra luxurious finishes (all counter tops are marble) Exceptional value at $80,000 (cost over $400,000 to build) Includes an expansive list of new components. Pictures at: https://sites.google.com/a/645546645546.com/2004-cnc-trailer-amr/2004-cnc-sank Features: VERY HEAVY DUTY! 27,500 # Dry Weight Available garage lift HUGE amounts of storage including basement storage Full size pull out grill Two 20' Awnings NEW electric over hydraulic brake actuator NEW electric over hydraulic slide out motor Two NEW Bulldog heavy duty landing gears NEW brakes NEW Tires 17.5" Wheels Recently rebuilt hubs Xantech whole house Inverter All new LED interior lights LED exterior flood lights LED turn, stop and marker lights Hi Def satellite antenna 3 Large LED TVs Russound home entertainment controller 4 CCTV camera security system 4 new A/C units Furnace 2 rebuilt refrigerators 2 Push button toilets Stainless steel cabinet fronts Custom stainless steel swing table Carpet, (new) hickory wood floors, window coverings Custom designer couch Basement Storage Garage, 13'6' Rubber Coin Flooring, Tie Downs, Aluminum Walls, Winch Control Ramp Door 12,500 Onan Diesel Gen. Large Main Salon: Custom Couch, Custom Stainless Table, Huge Slide Out Kitchen Double Refrigerator, Full Size Oven, Microwave, AC, Stainless Faced Cabinets Front Master Bedroom: Queen Bed, Large Storage, LED TV, AC Front Bathroom: Corian Shower, Push Button Toilet, Large Counter, new shower head Rear Bathroom: Huge Glass Steam Shower, Push Button Toilet, Storage, Mirror Medicine Cabinet, Large Sink, AC Basement Storage, Garage, 13'6' Rubber Coin Flooring, Tie Downs Aluminum Walls, Roll Out Carpet, AC, Large LED TV, Winch Control Ramp Door, 12,500 Onan Diesel Gen. , Xantech Inverter
  16. I Just Posted Our Rig For Sale In The Escapees RV's, Tows & Toad For Sale Section On This Discussion Forum In The Post I Have Included A Link For Each Vehicle That Contains Plenty Of Pictures & All The Specs - 2007 Pre DEF Freightliner M2-112 With A Mercedes Benz 4000 12.8L Engine (410 HP & 1550 lb/ft) - 2006 New Horizons Toy Hauler (Motormover) If You Have An Interest - Please Check It Out You Can Contact Me Via This Forum Or Privately Thru The RVT.com Ad Peace & Good Winds To Y'all
  17. I Just Posted Our Rig For Sale In The Escapees RV's, Tows & Toad For Sale Section On This Discussion Forum In The Post I Have Included A Link For Each Vehicle That Contains Plenty Of Pictures & All The Specs - 2007 Pre DEF Freightliner M2-112 With A Mercedes Benz 4000 12.8L Engine (410 HP & 1550 lb/ft) - 2006 New Horizons Toy Hauler (Motormover) If You Have An Interest - Please Check It Out You Can Contact Me Via This Forum Or Privately Thru The RVT.com Ad Peace & Good Winds To Y'all
  18. 2009 Heartland Cyclone model 4012. 41' toyhauler has a separate 8 x 12 garage. Can sleep 10+ has 4 queen beds and 2 couches. 1 queen bed in separate master bedroom, 2 queen beds that slide down from ceiling in the enclosed garage, 1 queen bed in a loft in the living room, and 2 couches. Also has a large storage loft over the kitchen - I have never seen this in another camper. Has remote start 5kw Onan generator (start from inside the camper). Has all the normal luxuries of a Heartland toyhauler too numerous to mention. E-mail for questions. $40,000 I know it can be hard to find a truck to pull this. We had this camper picked out for a month before we could find an affordable truck to pull it. So we will consider selling as a package deal with the 2004 GMC 4 door dually in the picture below. It is 2wd, but it is the SLT version with leather interior, bose audio system, durmax diesel with Allyson transmission. Also has an exhaust brake, which allowed me to tow this camper down a 7% grade for 7 miles without using my actual breaks! Will also include the companion fifth wheel hitch (nearly $1,000 new). $53,000 for entire package. See pictures at... http://parkersburg.craigslist.org/rvs/5138183205.html
  19. 48' united goose neck toyhauler, 24 foot of cargo area and 24 foot of self contained camper. Barn doors, Awning, AC, Heat, large shower in bathroom, large black/grey/water tanks, 3000w onan generator. I used this to haul 6 full sized Harleys with no problems. I have hauled a race car in it. My pictures are too large to load but I will be happy to email them to you if you email me. My email address is : blinddog1(AT)earthlink.net I am asking 12K trade value, but as always cash talks. I am always interested in trades,up down or even. : PRE 86 big twins, 20's early 30's cars, smaller fifth wheel or gooseneck toyhauler with slides, BIG (28 foot plus) pontoon boat AND trailer, utility 4 wheeler or mule, smaller aircraft etc. This thing and pictures is listed on mobile al. craiglist add # 5137352641
  20. 2007 Keystone Raptor 3814 5th Wheel Toy Hauler with many upgrades: solar panels & charging system, Air compressor, dual landing legs, new awning roof and living room AC. The 14’ living/dining room slide makes a spacious living area with 32” flat screen TV and stereo/CD player, hide-a-bed couch, table and chairs. Full kitchen includes: dual mode fridge/freezer, microwave, stove/oven. Master bedroom features a queen size walk around bed with a 19” flat screen TV. Additional sleeping quarters – queen bed in loft above garage. Garage is 14’ long and has built in storage units and counter top work space, fuel station and a 11’ screen room option. RV $27,688 or pull this amazing RV with a 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Diesel truck complete with towing package. Only 109,000 miles and available for purchase separately at $11,199. Or package deal truck & rv for $36,887. Please call 406-531-8685 between the hours of 9 am - 7 pm with any questions or for an appointment to see.
  21. 2009 Heartland Cyclone model 4012. 41' toyhauler has a separate 8 x 12 garage. Can sleep 10+ has 4 queen beds and 2 couches. 1 queen bed in separate master bedroom, 2 queen beds that slide down from ceiling in the enclosed garage, 1 queen bed in a loft in the living room, and 2 couches. Also has a large storage loft over the kitchen - I have never seen this in another camper. Has remote start 5kw Onan generator (start from inside the camper). Has all the normal luxuries of a Heartland toyhauler too numerous to mention. E-mail ericandsusan1@yahoo.com for questions. $42,000 I know it can be hard to find a truck to pull this. We had this camper picked out for a month before we could find an affordable truck to pull it. So we will consider selling as a package deal with the 2004 GMC 4 door dually in the picture below. It is 2wd, but it is the SLT version with leather interior, bose audio system, durmax diesel with Allyson transmission. Also has an exhaust brake, which allowed me to tow this camper down a 7% grade for 7 miles without using my actual breaks! Will also include the companion fifth wheel hitch (nearly $1,000 new). $55,000 for entire package. Pictures at: http://parkersburg.craigslist.org/rvs/4973705835.html
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