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Live at Dripping Springs Arizona, work 40 hrs a week at Asarco Mine have a 76 Surveyor 33 ft motor Home for around 16 yrs 20ft , pull trailer , 30 ft pull trailer , 40 ft park model with tip outs, have been to surounding states , our family has reunions every year so that is main purpose of have it. and i have had campers cab over campers ever since 18 yrs old , out doors man , i can go on and on , of the adventures i have had as you all can too .

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At 5:49pm on August 13, 2012, Chris K. Polhamus said…

If you weld an extention onto the frame itself and put a cross member in should eliminate the sag. Don't put to much heat into it or you'll warp your frame and of course you'll have to repair all the wood. BTW I hate the particle board they use in these things. I'm probably not telling you anything you didn't already know though. LOL Have a great one and hope it helps

At 12:54pm on July 17, 2012, Rachael Rivera said…

Thank you.  That is cool that you were able to get them to grow, Stinks that they died.  Have fun on your many travels.

At 12:56pm on July 15, 2012, TLyn Ford said…

Thank you:).

Yes, I love it here. Sometimes I'd like more dependable seasons (not all in one day!), but I do love all of the opportunity to admire and explore nature. It's beautiful!

At 1:19pm on July 12, 2012, Chris K. Polhamus said…

Naps are always good. I'm having to install a new breaker panel in my 77 Midland. Thanks for accepting my request, it's always good to have a network to get onfo from. Next I'm redoing my pumps and tanks




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