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  • Back in an Arctic Fox

    Spent the last 2 years in a SOB toy hauler. Had numerous issues from the first camping trip. Should have known better, lesson learned. We had a 2011 29-5t for years and loved it. Recently picked up a 2014 29-5t and are looking forward to travelling soon. Alot of nice upgrades in the more recent years. Happy campers !!!


    Dave & Debbie
    Kona & Lola [spoiled canines]
    2014 Arctic Fox 29-5t
    2016 Ford F350 6.7L DRW

  • #2
    Welcome back!
    Linda & Dave (retired US Army) and Magic, the Yellow Lab Duck Dog
    2002 Arctic Fox 25R, Yamaha 2400i, Les Schwab 105 6-volt batteries, Maxxis Tires, Torque Lift Steps
    2017 RAM 2500 Bighorn Crew Cab 4x4, CTD, 8' Bed, Granite Crystal, new 7/1/17
    2018 Prius IV, new December 2018

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    • #3
      Good job! But where will you haul your toys?
      Mark and Anita
      2020 25Y dutifully following a 2014 F-350 diesel SB

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ProfQuinn View Post
        Good job! But where will you haul your toys?
        see https://www.nroa2003.com/forum/forum...-weight-solved
        2018 GMC 3500 SB diesel with pull rite superglide
        2017 Arctic fox 27-5l 50Amp 5.5 Gen, 4 6 volt, 450W solar,ARPrv,michelin xps,built in surge suppressor, Tank Heat Pads and 4 Point Leveling System

        My 27-5l Manual

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        • #5
          I did similar to this going from SOB toy hauler. When I need the toys here in NM I typically put them behind the Fox. If, someday we travel where that is not allowed we'll take 2 vehicles....or at least that is the plan...

          -Kyle
          2018 Arctic Fox 27-5L
          • 4 pt Auto Level / 15k Single AC / 50 Amp (no Gen)
          • 3xFantastic Fans / 3xFantastic Covers
          • Sofa with Air Bed / Dinette / Slow Rise Shades
          • Factory 2" Receiver hitch
          • MODS
            • 395W Solar / Rear Camera / TPS / Flagpole Buddy / BMV-712 / Fridge Defend
          2015 Chevy 3500 Dually LTZ
          • Duramax / B&W Turnover w/Companion / 40 Gal transfer tank.

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          • #6
            Uhhh
            Mark and Anita
            2020 25Y dutifully following a 2014 F-350 diesel SB

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            • #7
              Yep - just like that ProfQuinn

              https://photos.app.goo.gl/zTF8HPC5DNJ3YAhU6
              2018 Arctic Fox 27-5L
              • 4 pt Auto Level / 15k Single AC / 50 Amp (no Gen)
              • 3xFantastic Fans / 3xFantastic Covers
              • Sofa with Air Bed / Dinette / Slow Rise Shades
              • Factory 2" Receiver hitch
              • MODS
                • 395W Solar / Rear Camera / TPS / Flagpole Buddy / BMV-712 / Fridge Defend
              2015 Chevy 3500 Dually LTZ
              • Duramax / B&W Turnover w/Companion / 40 Gal transfer tank.

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              • #8
                Don't have the Road King anymore and getting too old for quading. Looking at inflatable kayaks and will just carry bicycles on rear of trailer. The 29-5t has more storage than the toyhauler did and is way more comfortable. And most important I wont be making repairs constantly due to sub standard assembly work.
                Dave & Debbie
                Kona & Lola [spoiled canines]
                2014 Arctic Fox 29-5t
                2016 Ford F350 6.7L DRW

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