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Arnwrkr

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    McKinney, Texas
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    National parks, biking, live music, dancing

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  1. I found this great deal on safervguide.com A 2008 Coachman Concord 300 TH for $11,500 with just 14,664 miles on it. It's the one I have been looking for! I checked with NADA and the price was within norms. Emailed the seller, Matthew at msegev@comcast.net, asking for more pictures. He was a little rude, sent a URL https://imgur.com/a/DYHcF0l with more pics. and said to only reply if I was a serious buyer with the money. I told him I was serious and had the money. I told him my wife works at a bank and could wire a deposit to him to hold it until I could fly from Texas to Colorado where
  2. Again thanks to all of you for taking the time to help us with this major decision. Like so many other, I am sure, I had no idea it would be this complicated to pull a travel trailer safely. After more research it turns out we have a SuperCab F150 with the 2.7 EcoBoost, an L3 axle with a 3.31 axle ratio and a 145 in wheel base. If I am reading the chart right that should give us a Maximum trailer weight of 7600 lb. Please correct me if I am wrong. following the advise from all of you, we shopped all weekend We have found the TT that we absolutely love. The Grand Design Imagine 22MLE. It
  3. thanks again for all the responses. We did attend the RV Bootcamp a couple years ago, which is why I knew this would be the place to go for good advice. The wife is not too hot on the eggshell type, too cramped for her. Been looking at the Gulfstream Vintage Cruiser 23RSS lately. My wife always wants a "pop of color" in everything and these rigs definitely fit the bill. Only 420 hitch weight and around 6000 GVWR if we load it up. It seems like it should work with our existing F150. What do you think?
  4. Thanks for all the help. This is just the kind of info I was looking for. I will be a much better shopper now. I looked at the RV Consumer Group and will be joining that this weekend. The F150 is actually my wife's truck and the payload is 1661 lbs. Going out this weekend to shop around. We are hoping to have something to go camping in March. Thanks again for the information that can't be bought.
  5. We are a couple in our sixties, he is 67, she is a young 60. We plan on going full time in 2023. We are looking to start our RVing life with a travel trailer for now. We want one that we can pull with our 2016 F-150. It has the tow package and a 3.5L engine. We have been looking at used 24ft to 26ft rigs with one slide and I'm thinking the F-150 should work well for that. What brands do you like/dislike? We're expecting to use it for weekend camping to get familiar with systems and do's and don'ts. We rented a 25ft MiniWini and went to the RV Boot camp a couple years ago, so we have ha
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