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Old 05-07-2015, 06:28 AM   #1
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Hello my name is Eric, I've been looking around on here for about a year and decided to sign up. I have a 2004 renegade toter with a 16 foot conversion and we love it. I am married with twin boys 11, and we want to upgrade to a larger unit sometime. I want to at least get a 17 foot wit the large slide. I like the info on this forum and I will post some questions and maybe try to help answer a few.

We race a mega truck which is like a smaller version of a monster truck. I will try to get some pics up here.
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Old 05-07-2015, 01:09 PM   #2
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WELCOME ! to the fray
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Good looking truck, Eric! Welcome!!
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Oh boy, looks nice. What engine, transmission? Pictures of the whole thing (trailer and truck) would be cool.
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According to Eric's other thread he's got the same engine / trans set up as my wifes coach...
12.8L MBE 4000 (aka DD 13) with the ZF/Meritor 12 speed SmartShift (dry clutch, 2 pedal, "manu-matic")
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Ya, I spotted his other post after I had asked here. Nice setup for both of yous.
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I just looked at the picture again. It looks like it's got some neon lighting going on too. Right up your alley isn't that Don?
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Here is a picture of my race truck. 69 f100 narrowed 21 inches on a tube chassis with a 605ci big block ford.
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Try this again..,
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Truck pic didn't work. Trying to upload from my iPod and it's not working? The lights under the toter are led strips from amazon. Best $20 I spent! Lol! 16 feet of LEDs down each side! They are awesome in a campground or setting up camp at night, they throw out a lot of light.
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