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Old 07-08-2014, 07:38 PM   #2701
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had some pics posted awhile back. well got rid of the wheel spacers and got some new rims. added a set of Monroe 58643 rear shocks. rides better than stock. with the new shocks the rear only sags 1.5" fully loaded. got 4 kayaks on top, load of wood, cooler, fishing equipment in the back. looking at the level on the tongue the camper is level when pulled










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I use that to pull out the Humvees
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had some pics posted awhile back. well got rid of the wheel spacers and got some new rims. added a set of Monroe 58643 rear shocks. rides better than stock. with the new shocks the rear only sags 1.5" fully loaded. got 4 kayaks on top, load of wood, cooler, fishing equipment in the back. looking at the level on the tongue the camper is level when pulled










Hey vanillagorilla, what kind of racks are you using for your kayak? I am looking for something for a canoe. Thanks in advance.
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^Wow, I love the 2014 model Outback colors. That's a big unit, how's it tow?
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Hey vanillagorilla, what kind of racks are you using for your kayak? I am looking for something for a canoe. Thanks in advance.
the rear rack is a standard type ladder rack. the roof rack is from a ford escape. they fit the f150 roof line good. just use some urethane to seal it up when mounting. also had a friend give me a Yakima roof rack that I used the crossbars when hauling 2 yaks side by side.
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Spent a relaxing weekend at Grand Lake in Grove, Ok. Only pop up on site.

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Yay, another pop-up! Looks like a nice spot.

Heading out to Priest Lake, ID next week with ours. Hope to have stable wifi to post some pics
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Do you suppose the self appointed forum weight police will ever realize no one cares what they think? This thread is like a broken record whenever someone posts up a pic of a large camper, lol! Cracks me up


When I first started reading through this thread I was excited to share pics of our campers and truck set-up.
No way in hell am I going to start an internet argument with that bunch.
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