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Old 08-12-2005, 04:56 AM   #11
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Originally posted by KAYE RIVERCITY:
.....I gots to get a better spelz checker....OY!....or maybe I shouldn't rely on it at all.......geofkaye[I just checked and spelz went through!]
You can't always rely on spell checks. Unite is a word, but it is pronounced you-night. Spell check correctly allowed it through because spell check doesn't check to see if the word makes sense, only if it is spelled correctly.
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Old 08-13-2005, 03:35 PM   #12
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So, in all reality, what is thew downside to doing such a conversion? The two I see are the "space" under the upper part of the fifth wheel, but there must be a decent looking solution, just think of the added storage space. The second is, the entry, But again, some stairs or something should work. I really like the current fifth I have, but want to go to a conversion or a bus. Seems if there were solutions to the two situations I have already covered,unless there are more, it would be a good combo, class 8 with everthing I already know and like. Looking forward to some ideas/opinions.
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Old 08-13-2005, 10:11 PM   #13
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...I converted a new 37' carhauler to fit my needs and my coming needs as far as I can project....I wanted the trailer to be low to the ground for ease of entrance for me or a boat or a car or whatrever'specially if the knee replacements don't go as planned....Dog and I are getting old. Tractor can be replaced as the only thing I did to it was the bed/generator and cab insulation'with atractor with an automatic transmission or even a off the shelf hydraulic lift if I can still shift.....Or an toterhome if things go really bad.....I'm all 120/240 vac or 12 vdc so if anything goes sour I can go to my local Wal-mart and get a replacement usually 24 hours a day....worry about the exchange/warranty later...geofkaye
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