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Old 07-15-2011, 01:44 PM   #1
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our new "cabin" Eagle 330rlts 2011

here are a few pictures of our new cabin, dealer delivered it to our woods May the 18th. Will never be moved, parked permanently in our woods in southern Missouri.
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Old 07-15-2011, 02:46 PM   #2
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Really nice! I love the woodwork and fireplace.
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Nice trailer, but the picture driving down the road doesn't look right.
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snip........the picture driving down the road doesn't look right.
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Old 07-15-2011, 08:14 PM   #5
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traveling down the road picture

I took that picture because of how low the front was riding. I thought it was way too low but was dealers delivery guy so he must of been ok with it, made me nervous just watching it!
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Wow...that is low...how far did he take it?
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snip..........dealers delivery guy so he must of been ok with it, made me nervous just watching it!
I realize that the towing event is moot now..., but it continues to amaze me the total lack of concern that to many RV dealers have for the general public, and their customers.

Just one good bump or aggressive maneuver and this would have been a totally different photo.....,



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We love our 330RLTS. I bet those front tires are near the limit of what they can carry.
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We love our 330RLTS......snip
I've mentioned it in other threads, if my TV was just a little more robust I would be towing a 330RLTS by now as well.

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Re Traveling down the road

thank you all for the reply's and in response to the question about how far it had to go- Was about 120 miles all freeway and two lane except for the last mile and a half which is gravel,dirt extremely rough road, down a steep and rutted section and lots of curves and little hills and more rough road then up a very steep rutted hill to get to our place. I heard the tongue drag several times, I just held my breath and didn't look lol.average speed on interstate with tongue riding low like that was 65 - 70 mph guy drove like he was nuts but he did get TT parked exactly like we wanted it.
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