My wife loves this floor plan because it has a bunk-room that sleeps five with a door to close it off. Kids come - no more clutter to look at.
MaxxFan in bathroom, MaxxAir II covers, kitchen back-splash, slide toppers, battery disconnect, led lighting throughout, exterior bedroom door grab handle, Changed out main door glass from frosted to dark tint so we can now see "who's there?", SlimShade window replacement on exterior bedroom door, upgraded interior speakers, BluRay player added, center mount scissor jacks to help reduce "bounce", added bathroom shelf, added hanging racks in bedroom cubbies, replaced bathroom sink faucet
Replaced 7" drop steps with 9" drop. Made sewer vent stack operational. Made inoperative electric brakes operate. Fixed sagging ceiling over dinette. Fixed blown LEDS around island light fixture. Fixed LEDS on front of camper. Fixed range hood fan.
2104 Toyota Tundra Crewmax 4x4 5.7L
Previous TV was a 1999 Ford F250 SuperDuty Crew 4x4 6.8L
Favorite Camping Destinations
Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park - Bow, Kentucky
you may want to do some adjusting on that new truck of yours ...looks kinda high on the front end. and kinda low on the rear..
It was a rainy few days at Algonquin Prov park...tarps kept us dry.
Wayne --Belle River (Windsor), Ontario
2013 Sunset Trail Reserve 25RB..(just sold it)
2015 White Chev Silverado 2500HD 4x4 (6.0 l gasser)
2003 Mountain Star 890SBRX Truck Camper
If I towed that rig more than 2 miles each way, I would. Airbags would level it right up. Also, that's sitting on a standard hitch - no weight distribution. If I knew my lovely wife was going to buy this beast, I may have considered a different rig. But, honestly, the Tundra is a heck of a truck. BTW- I have an F450 at my disposal if I need to tow any big trailers.