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Old 11-18-2014, 09:14 PM   #11
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I honestly believe the majority of the people out there are willing and able to do the right thing. Most of us JOF have devoted a lot of time and finances to our passion for camping so if someone takes me up on my offer and it results in significant savings for them then it's worth it.

I've read somewhere on this forum that there are or used to be JOF stickers, i'd get a hold of one and gladly slap it on my HTT or TV as an open invitation for other members to stop by to visit and check things out, maybe learn a thing or two in the process.
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Old 11-18-2014, 10:48 PM   #12
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I honestly believe the majority of the people out there are willing and able to do the right thing. Most of us JOF have devoted a lot of time and finances to our passion for camping so if someone takes me up on my offer and it results in significant savings for them then it's worth it.

I've read somewhere on this forum that there are or used to be JOF stickers, i'd get a hold of one and gladly slap it on my HTT or TV as an open invitation for other members to stop by to visit and check things out, maybe learn a thing or two in the process.
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Old 11-20-2014, 12:26 PM   #13
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Nice to see that folks are still willing to help out another, and expect nothing in return except a smile and handshake.

Should anyone want to know what it's like to pull a hybrid with a Ford Ranger, I'd offer that service too. You won't break any land speed records (but who wants to when pulling a camper), but it works, and I can prove it.
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I am impressed with the offer .... Nice to think there are people out there that trust others with their equipment ... I love the idea of someone being able to try something out before buying it and it is the only true way to know what it is like to use it or pull it.... That being said the next best thing is to be as well informed about what your thinking before the purchase. I too have learned by the school of buy it then fill the pulling need or buy it and realize there are things you wish you had thought about that present themselves after you take it and begin to live in it for a weekend or a week. Now I have gone so big with camper if it doesn't have what I need I am in trouble lol. Also needs change as you get older and the kids get older and then grand kids come along. One thing I have really liked about this forum is a lot of folks who have camped and found the pitfalls are willing to benefit others with their vast knowledge base. That's one thing you won't get at a car dealer or camper dealer .... Thanks for showing us a trust that is rare nowadays
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^^^ This is why I like this site too!
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