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Anyone else in the colder climates getting the itch to get out camping. I can't wait.
If weather holds we will be camping the weekend of April 1st. We are just going across the river to the KOA. Just to get out. We have been itching to go!!!!

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Been out once already and have a trip down the Oregon Coast coming up!

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If weather holds we will be camping the weekend of April 1st. We are just going across the river to the KOA. Just to get out. We have been itching to go!!!!
Looks like our opener is going to be April 8th. Cleanup weekend at our favorite park. Jellystone in Milton. Free weekend of camping in exchange for some work around the camp.
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Been out once already and have a trip down the Oregon Coast coming up!
Glad you have been able to get out. Never been that far west. I am sure it is a beautiful trip. Enjoy.

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I definitely love me some camping so please add me. I own a 2007 Tundra CM 5.7. I tow a 2015 Coleman Bunk House. Just a small trailer about 15ft interior and 19ft total.
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Just uncovered the trailer yesterday. I have some work to do. My dog must have been trying to get to a mouse and ripped up the grey, black, and fresh water tanks as well as the fabric and insulation under the camper in the rear left corner. She was acting weird when I started to go back there. Now I know why.

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Just uncovered the trailer yesterday. I have some work to do. My dog must have been trying to get to a mouse and ripped up the grey, black, and fresh water tanks as well as the fabric and insulation under the camper in the rear left corner. She was acting weird when I started to go back there. Now I know why.

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I uncovered my last week, first trip is scheduled for April 1, cant' wait!! Sorry to hear about the damage, that sucks.

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Getting our tt ready for our trip to Missouri this summer. Will be around 3000 miles round trip. Installed the dexter ez-flex suspension. Towing it home from the shop I did notice an improvement. Now for a good wash and wax and she will be ready to go!

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We'll be renting and towing one of my fellow firefighter's 25' Palomino out west at the end of August. My 2007 4.7 liter double cab with the tow package is rated for 7800 pounds, plenty for this rig. It will just be me, the wife, and the dogs, so no bikes and kayaks and such. I'll be using his weight distributing hitch setup, but need to get a brake controller to plug in. Saving me the search through 39 pages of this thread or the whole forum, anyone have suggestions? Thanks in advance.


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BigRed, the general consensus is the Prodigy P3 is the best all around brake controller. I have one and while I haven't tried any others, it seems to do a good job.


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We'll be renting and towing one of my fellow firefighter's 25' Palomino out west at the end of August. My 2007 4.7 liter double cab with the tow package is rated for 7800 pounds, plenty for this rig. It will just be me, the wife, and the dogs, so no bikes and kayaks and such. I'll be using his weight distributing hitch setup, but need to get a brake controller to plug in. Saving me the search through 39 pages of this thread or the whole forum, anyone have suggestions? Thanks in advance.


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BigRed, the general consensus is the Prodigy P3 is the best all around brake controller. I have one and while I haven't tried any others, it seems to do a good job.

Agreed, go with the P3 and you'll have no need for any other brake controller.


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Ditto on the P3, it's what I have, and works great and is very adjustable.

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BigRed, the general consensus is the Prodigy P3 is the best all around brake controller. I have one and while I haven't tried any others, it seems to do a good job.
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Ditto on the P3, it's what I have, and works great and is very adjustable.

This is where I installed mine: Tekonsha P3 Install in Crewmax - Toyota Tundra Forums : Tundra Solutions Forum

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A P3 it is. I found one on eBay for $124.25. Entire kit brand new with free shipping. The seller will even make up the custom harness for your vehicle for an extra charge. Since I bought my truck used and it didn't have the pigtail kit, I'll get the harness from them. Thanks for the suggestions.


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How about my Northeast Brothers & Sisters....when/where is your first trip out?

I'm headed out to my annual first trip to Bear Brook the first weekend in May...


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