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Old 10-11-2012, 11:30 PM   #1
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Signing On to a 2011 32BHDS Tomorrow.

Taking the gamble and going for it. This trailer has been used twice and is just perfect. Includes the Reese Dual Cam. Not sure if i'll like it over an Equalizer. The trailer is a loaded G2, and should provide a ton of room ver our old 23 footer. Now, if I can get over my phobia of it being too big to haul and it being too heavy for the nifty F-250. I'll report more tomorrow after meeting up with the seller.
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Old 10-12-2012, 06:25 AM   #2
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Congrats and besure to add some pics when you get a chance. I dont think your TV will have a problem towing it.
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Old 10-12-2012, 06:51 AM   #3
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You will love your 32BHDS.......traded our 2010 31BHDS which I think is the same layout as yours on a 2012 36BHDS. Sort of miss it but like the big glass sliding door on the 36 when stuck inside because of rain.
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Old 10-12-2012, 08:26 AM   #4
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I sure hope so paflyfisher. I had a 31 foot North Trail that fell apart, and had no issues towing, but it was only weighed 6k, not 9k. That's got me thinking. BTW, I see you have a Golden named Tucker? We have a 5 month old Goldendoodle named Tucker. I thought we were original, but twice camping this year, we met people with their dogs named Tucker. Maybe we should have picked Fido, I guess.
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Tucker was named Whiskey when we rescued him, he is the color of good Jim Beam dark whiskey but didn't like to shout for Whiskey out of the RV, would end up with an RV full of guest wanting a sample.
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Old 10-12-2012, 10:45 PM   #6
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Tucker was named Whiskey when we rescued him, he is the color of good Jim Beam dark whiskey but didn't like to shout for Whiskey out of the RV, would end up with an RV full of guest wanting a sample.
That's funny! I knew a guy who named his lab Fire. Wasn't the biggest hit at the gun club on a busy Saturday when the fields were full and the dog wasn't listening.

I signed the paperwork this afternoon. 2011 Flight 32BHDS G2. Loaded with about everything you could get in 2011. Confirmed used twice for one-day trips. With Reese Dual Cam. $17,500 total. Best I could get new with comparable options was $27900 plus tax, putting me over $30k. I think we pretty much kicked butt on this sale. After I level my spare driveway stone tomorrow, I'm going back to get it.
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Old 10-14-2012, 07:56 PM   #7
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Congrats Kampfirekid!! I believe you'll love it! We pull our 2012 32bhds just fine with our F250 SuperDuty CrewCab 4x4 long bed.
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Old 10-14-2012, 08:40 PM   #8
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Congrats Kampfirekid!! I believe you'll love it! We pull our 2012 32bhds just fine with our F250 SuperDuty CrewCab 4x4 long bed.
Thanks! Picked it up this afternoon. I'm not sure I like the Reese Dual Cam WDH. Had some decent winds, and it was not as controlled as my Equalizer and smaller trailer. Have to say, too, you really need to get into it to move 9,000 pounds. Looks like tire time on the TV, too. Every light and I was breaking loose.
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Old 10-14-2012, 10:40 PM   #9
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I upgraded to a 314BDS that is 35.5 feet from a 2006 Fleetwood that was 30 feet. The extra length hasn't been an issue at all - IN FACT - I think my new trailer is way easier to tow and park than my other.

I love it - used it this weekend! Camping in Oregon in October
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