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Old 09-13-2012, 07:12 AM   #1
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New 23b finally home!!

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Old 09-13-2012, 08:05 AM   #2
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High five from a fellow 23B owner! There seem to be a lot of us all of a sudden that have bought recently. We've spent one weekend in ours so far and we are thrilled with it. Do you have any trips planned? We're going out again next weekend and then Columbus Day. Can't wait for next summer!
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Old 09-13-2012, 02:40 PM   #3
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Camp "Driveway" this weekend. last weekend in Sept. 1st weekend in Oct. planned so far. Tonight we finish moving from the old pup.
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we love our 23B, I fully expect you will LOVE your too.
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Looks awesome!! Can't wait. Enjoy camp driveway.
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Pick our X23B up on Saturday! Yours looks great behind your TV.
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Old 09-13-2012, 09:58 PM   #7
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Camp "Driveway" this weekend. last weekend in Sept. 1st weekend in Oct. planned so far. Tonight we finish moving from the old pup.
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Pick our X23B up on Saturday! Yours looks great behind your TV.
Another high five to all of you from another X23B owner!!

We are leaving tomorrow after work and the weather is going to be great!

My daughter and her husband will be camping in their brand spankin' new Shadow Cruiser TT as well! This will be their maiden camping trip in it!

Needless to say we are all excited!
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revkev,
Nice lookin! I like the grey along the lower side. Is it a decal or molded with the two colors?
From your pic it looks like you've got twin LP tanks. Standard or an option? Do you plan to weigh it after you get it loaded? Our '12 has a single 30# which I've thought about changing to a double but I'm resisting due to the tongue weight. The change wouldn't make the nose too heavy but I try to avoid adding any more weight up front.
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Old 09-14-2012, 08:27 AM   #9
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Thats got to be the perfect size these days.. easy tow with the f150 for me and easy to spot just about anywhere. Maybe you won't get totally trapped pulling into a gas station...

Looks like a great setup inside... You gonna love it...

I would still go camping off the power grid in the PUP however where I could set-up in a nice little nook beside a mtn stream.

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I love the exterior color scheme on our 2013 as well - the back exterior wall is a darker gray that adds a really great accent. The exterior is really what drew us to look at it in the lot! The grays and reds are really stunning.
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