We went to the dark side, but kept the popup

Discussion in 'Going to the DARK SIDE' started by weaselguys, May 11, 2018.

  1. weaselguys

    weaselguys Member

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    We have gone to the dark side for most of our camping we now have a 2002 Keystone Laredo 27RL 30' and a 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins TV, but we are keeping our 1993 Coleman Cedar for back country use.

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  2. Dan from Troup

    Dan from Troup Well-Known Member

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    Nice, considered a 5th wheel too but wasn't too sure about pulling that heavy of a rig even though I have an 08 Duramax.
     
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    jmkay1 2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah

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    Nice looking unit. You got the best of both worlds. Wish I could do the same, but cant afford storage for two. Stupid HOA.:mad: Made the mistake to take the little side kick to the RV show. She fell in love with the 5th wheels. She better hope she is a very successful woman when she gets older, her faviote unit was even bigger than my home with every upgrade built. [:O]:rolleyes:
     
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    nineoaks2004 Every meal is a picnic and every Day is a holiday

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    I sometimes wish I would have kept the PUP when I went dark.
     
  5. weaselguys

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    I was missing out on too many potential camping trips do too popup mods or mods to my jeep so I decided to get a bigger trailer
    but had nothing to pull one with so I set a budget to spend and paid $8000 for the trailer a little to much and got a deal at $5500
    for my 1999 Dodge Ram with a cummins most were going in the $8000 range around here and Dan from Troup
    you should have no problems with the Duramax if my 5.9L will drag my trailer up the mountains here.
     

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