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Old 05-08-2016, 08:06 AM   #1
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A Hilton guy converting to a camper guy

Good morning everyone. Just joined this site this morning. Happy Mother's Day to all the mom's out there. I hope every Mom has a great day!!

Just purchased a 2011 Jayco 1006 model in prestige condition and can't wait to pick it up. It has all the bells and whistles on it and for me it was special because I will not have to crank it, to open it. I will be pulling it with a 2013 Nissan Murano.

I have so many questions as I am truly a newbie. Sorry, I am a Hilton guy, but my fiance' and her girls love to camp, so I decided to splurge and get a pop up so we can all enjoy.

My biggest issue at this time is where do I put 4 bikes? I have so many suggestions of behind my vehicle (with a dual hitch), on top of the camper, behind the camper. I really could use all of your help. PLEASE note that my Murano is supposedly too low for the pop up and I will have to use a "raised" hitch (flipping a drop hitch upside down????). I currently have a Reese hitch (class III/IV) on the vehicle and go in next week to have wiring installed (the hitch was only for my bike rack).

Thanks in advance for any help. I spent two days on the web for research, but did not find the best solution.
Sorry, I forgot to mention.....Indiana here.



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