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  1. #8126
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    Spied this morning. No deposit, no wait time. Come pick it up today, WRG!

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    Do you need to pull permits to warp in blue tarp and ratchet strap ?

  2. #8127
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatnslow View Post
    Do you need to pull permits to warp in blue tarp and ratchet strap ?
    no just if you're putting in a bathroom, wax ring regs man...
    http://www.firsttracksonline.com

    I wish i could be like SkiFishBum

  3. #8128
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    Quote Originally Posted by simple View Post
    Just saw this rig or an identical one heading east on 90 near Butte.

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  4. #8129
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    FKNA $315K! That's just beyond stoopid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Artist Formerly Known as Leavenworth Skier View Post
    WRG, shoot me a PM. I'm selling my fiberglass Trillium camper, might be exactly what you want. It even has a hitch mount for a bike rack.
    Is yours listed on Spokane Craigslist? Was just looking at one of those last night.

    That thing looked sweet. Not what I need, but might be a great option for WRG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    Just saw this rig or an identical one heading east on 90 near Butte.

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    Curious to know how fast it was going

  7. #8132
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    Quote Originally Posted by toast2266 View Post
    Is yours listed on Spokane Craigslist? Was just looking at one of those last night.

    That thing looked sweet. Not what I need, but might be a great option for WRG.
    Yup, that's mine.

  8. #8133
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Artist Formerly Known as Leavenworth Skier View Post
    Yup, that's mine.
    I can vouch for the supreme comfort this camper provides.
    Common sense. So rare today in America it's almost like having a superpower.

  9. #8134
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpinevibes View Post
    Damn, no deposit? Wasn't that worth about $3,000 on lumber alone back in May???
    Just bought a 6 x 8 sheet of 1/2" degrade plywood for some camper fix its. Only needed less than 1/4 of it. With tax $100+. Talk about sticker shock

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  10. #8135
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    isn't 6'X8' a weird size?
    powdork.com - new and improved, with 20% more dork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powdork View Post
    isn't 6'X8' a weird size?
    Im not sure. It stuck atleast a foot out of my 6.5 truck box. 4 x 8 ? I got the $100 part right. Wont forget that

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  12. #8137
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    4x8 is standard. was hoping it was $100 for being a weird size. What would a structural piece be there???
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    Quote Originally Posted by powdork View Post
    4x8 is standard. was hoping it was $100 for being a weird size. What would a structural piece be there???
    No idea. Bought a few 2 x 4's a week ago. They were $15/each including tax

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  14. #8139
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    Quote Originally Posted by apex dave View Post
    Curious to know how fast it was going
    Looked about 45, downhill, tailwind
    Quote Originally Posted by The Artist Formerly Known as Leavenworth Skier View Post
    Yup, that's mine.
    I'm sitting here desperately trying to talk myself out of buying this. Not coming up with many good reasons.

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  15. #8140
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    Quote Originally Posted by powdork View Post
    4x8 is standard. was hoping it was $100 for being a weird size. What would a structural piece be there???
    Local lumber in the land of hewers of wood: paying $110CND for each 3/4" standard 4x8 fir plywood. Softwood market kills the local real estate/development market more than it kills you in this . Madison prices for 9.5mm ply is almost $1400/msf wholesale. cheaper to clad the backwoods timberframe poleshelter in metal roofing. At least it used to be relegated to the backwoods properties...

    popping up in the local subdivision now though too. LOL - COVID purchases and projects blowing up the system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCMtnHound View Post
    Local lumber in the land of hewers of wood: paying $110CND for each 3/4" standard 4x8 fir plywood. Softwood market kills the local real estate/development market more than it kills you in this . Madison prices for 9.5mm ply is almost $1400/msf wholesale. cheaper to clad the backwoods timberframe poleshelter in metal roofing. At least it used to be relegated to the backwoods properties...

    popping up in the local subdivision now though too. LOL - COVID purchases and projects blowing up the system.
    I wanted to make my spacer/raiser under my camper in my truck box into a basement storage for skis, lawn chare etc. Prices cancelled that. I thought i might just make it out of aluminium and itd be 1/3 of the weight. No welds , just get it assembled. May end up pricing that assembled alu option eventually

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    Could use a couple sheets of 2" foundation foam. Lightweight and insulates your floor.
    life ain't guaranteed, love your people while you can

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    Second the 2Ē foam.

    Fight thermal bridging at all costs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    Could use a couple sheets of 2" foundation foam. Lightweight and insulates your floor.
    Ya eh? Im not familiar with that. Im looking for about an extra 3" on top of my current spacer to clear the tie down hangers. I have to back in close to perfect so they dont scratch my box. I stuck some loose 2 x 4's under the current spacer but i need another 1 1/2". So 3" total
    I bought a couple aluminium plates and made some spacers to move the front jacks out when i take the camper off. That gives me a nice amount of space to back in when i load it. Then just 2 bolts to move the jacks in before i hit the road. Just have to get some seperation from those tie down hangers now. Bad design having them stick out of the underside. Maybe i should cut them shorter and fab some attachment to the shortened hangers and one of those 2" foundation foams. Ill have to look tommorrow. That could be nice. Previous owner put a laminate floor in with aluminium stringers and some special foam insulation, maybe that stuff

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    Ski RV's, who's sleeping in parking lots?

    Itís r-10 foam board insulation. Just place it between your current platform and the camper.

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Owens-Co...-45W/100320352

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    Itís r-10 foam board insulation. Just place it between your current platform and the camper.

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Owens-Co...-45W/100320352
    Oh ya that stuff. Price should be attractive and foamular 250 should support the camper no problem. Whay about this?
    "FOAMULAR cannot be left exposed and will need to be covered by a 15 minute thermal barrier such as drywall."

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    I think that's for fire in a building

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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    I think that's for fire in a building
    In the same paragraph i copied thst quote from it said you csnt paint it and it cant be left exposed. I guess itd melt ez with a fire but what about super cold winter weather. Would it get brittle?

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    1990 Ford E350 Chinook 98,000 miles.
    $21,500 in FL. Looks like a cream puff. Seriously tempted to buy a one way plane ticket and take a chance? Talk me out of it
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    Ill be no help. Lux in a nice size

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