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    Quote Originally Posted by waterboy222 View Post
    can you post some more pics of your camper setup? Im looking to find something very similar for my f250
    Sorry waterboy, this is about all I have. It is made by a co. here in NorCal up in Willows or Winters (I'll look it up later). I sourced and placed 6 horse trailer vents (they vent forward and back and are stout) for them to put in. They beefed up the rack (I have had just north of 1000lbs up there) it is a double wall construction with foam insulation. I also had them put in the expanded metal "screen" so the puppies would not get over excited and punch through the bug screen. It is also lit inside.

    I am going to be having them modify it to work with a tailgate because it is a PITA to pop it on and off the way it is configured right now.


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    Passmore, lets get to the most important thing!! Hows the Birds around your ranch? Show me something at end of a 12 ga. so we'll have an excuse to come up and see you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PASSMORE View Post
    Thanks Allyson. Amongst P cars, muscle, and a bunch of other 4wd's this is likely my favorite all-around do it all for day to day transport.

    PASSMOREwife and I will have to say hi sometime. We get down to your neck of the woods and meet up with her aunt and uncle from time to time when they sail down from PVE and we take off from the Balboa Yacht Club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allyson View Post
    Please look us up when you do! I am the one wearing Ariat's with my Brooks Brothers' suit! LOL! All my contact info is on my Facebook page! Are you a transplanted Texan like us? Still have a lot of family around Dallas and Austin!
    Yes, I grew up just north of Dallas and lived in Dallas until 1999. Wifey gave me and I wore my croc Lucchese's in our wedding Dad still lives there as do many friends of mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coy glasscock View Post
    Passmore, lets get to the most important thing!! Hows the Birds around your ranch? Show me something at end of a 12 ga. so we'll have an excuse to come up and see you.
    All our honkers left a day before the season opened. Ducks seem to have gotten wise too...

    We didn't do much in the way of decoys this year and have had to work the sides of our ponds this year as well affecting what we were drawing in. Maybe next year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PASSMORE View Post
    Yes, I grew up just north of Dallas and lived in Dallas until 1999. Wifey gave me and I wore my croc Lucchese's in our wedding Dad still lives there as do many friends of mine.
    Parents still live in Frisco, so Allyson and I will be heading back in a couple of weeks.
    Called Dallas home then on to Austin for many years before moving out here 8 years ago.
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    Say hi if you see me around NorCal or down and around PVE...

    you HAVE to be TEXAN!!
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    that's an awesome truck!
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    Is that a "Shiner" your drinking? I remember in school we loaded up on Shiner's because they where cheapest beer you could get, now they are sold at import prices. Still damn good beer...
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    Mmmm, Shiner good...

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