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post #1 of 18 Old 03-31-2011, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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our new fifth wheel

its an 05 36ft long prowler regal with the "front living" floorplan
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2001 f250 lariat 7.3 3.73 rear end 4" exaust with muffler-5"tip eagle alloy rims with 305/70 firesteone at, superchips programmer

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Smile fifth wheel

Very nice !!
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nice. they sure do make them nicer then what they used to. had one in late 90's-early 2000's, and what was nice then is barely basic now

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Awesome trailer.

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1997 Ford F-350, Dually conversion, Cobra 29 LX CB, 12000 watt converter, All LED lights, TW tunes, 4" DP, Napa Intake, coolant filter, 140cc Injectors and lots of running lights.

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Congratulations. Very nice looking camper.

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nice. they sure do make them nicer then what they used to. had one in late 90's-early 2000's, and what was nice then is barely basic now
yeah it is so much different then the one we had a few years ago, we had a 33' 1987 holiday rambler imperial, i have to say that going from a motorhome to a fifth wheel is also a big improvment since it has way higher ceilings and when you get some place you have a truck since we wouldnt even try towing the truck with the old one, it got allitle over 7mpg as it was with the 454 in it

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Congrats on the 5er!! Looks great. Not too many of them have the front living. Enjoy!!

I do the same thing as you. Drop the gate to hook up. Haven't decided on whether to get one of those 5th wheel tailgates or not.


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Congrats on the 5er!! Looks great. Not too many of them have the front living. Enjoy!!

I do the same thing as you. Drop the gate to hook up. Haven't decided on whether to get one of those 5th wheel tailgates or not.
yeah the front living is awsome, were gona get a tv for it today, and my dad is still thinking about a fifth wheel tailgate, were probly only going to get one if we find one cheap somewhere.

Also does anyone know where i could pick up a 50amp- a regular house outlet (20 amp?) adapter to plug it into the house? my dad said hes gona check camping world on the way home to day but if he doesnt get one were going to need it eventually

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If he can't find one @ CW, have him check here:
GO-RV.com - RV On-line Catalog

I've ordered stuff from here. Usually has a lot of stuff available. When you go to the website, you have to pick your state, then a dealer. Pick one closest to you. Then go into the catalog. I found a 50a female to 15a male on page 79.

Another way is to get a 50-30 and a 30-15. If ya have a 50-30, you could use it at RV parks that don't have 50a service. Just a suggestion.


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