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About haul'n

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  • Birthday 05/08/1980

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    http://www.visualmobiledetailing.com
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    San Diego

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    Gecko
  • Your Ride
    Alumicraft, '04 TRX 450R

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  1. I have a weekend warrior with the standard halogen floods and want to upgrade. Whats everyone using? I got a set of bulbs that looked the same but didn't actually fit into the housing when I tried to install them. Any links to products would be very much appreciated. Thanks in advance for any info.
  2. I apologize for the delay. Newborn twins taking all my attention! Here is a link to a spec sheet on the coach. https://www.rvusa.com/rv-guide/2018-forest-river-sunseeker-class-c-floorplan-2800qs-gts-tr36678
  3. This is the perfect size motorhome for easy driving and maneuvering but not cramped like you would feel in a Class B. We have had both and this is by far the best setup. It is like driving a van but when all four slides are out, you have plenty of room to move around or relax. The slide in the rear bedroom that extends out the back of the motorhome actually makes it as big as a longer coach when it's being lived in but then pulls in to make it a shorter rig to maneuver. Two slides in the back and two apposing slides in the front. You have to come and see the layout and condition of this because the pictures don't show how nice it actually is. It has only been used a handful of times and everything works perfectly. No new motorhome bugs to work out. It has only 6,900 miles and the generator has 60 hrs on it. The exterior is full body paint that was professionally ceramic coated for years of protection. If you aren't aware of how big of an upgrade this is, you will be so happy you have it years later. It is inevitable that gel coat will start to deteriorate and look aged and usually quickly where as full body paint is just like a new car finish and add the ceramic coat that was a $5000 job on top of that, this will look as it does now for many years to come. It also has paint protection film installed on the forward facing surfaces to keep rock chips from happening. Lots of storage both inside and out along with a dedicated trash can compartment that is great because you don't lose your under-sink storage as well as its super convenient with counter top access to the trash can. Its all the little things like this added to the obvious attributes that make this the perfect motorhome. The only reason its being sold is that with another baby just gracing us with his presence, there's no trips in sight for quite a while. Nada guides values this at over $83,000. We want to sell it without all the hassles of trying to get top dollar so that is why it's priced so low at $59,999.
  4. I have an extra couch that I had to remove from my Weekend Warrior to fit the new buggy. The pad and upholstery is in good shape with no rips or stains. No funky smells. I also have the table and floor posts along with the mounts that go in the floor. I can bring it to Glamis this weekend (10/25/19-10/26/19) if someone wants to pick it up out there. Asking $200 for everything SOLD!
  5. https://library.rvusa.com/brochure/2015sunseekerbrochure.pdf
  6. @MRBTT The overall length is 30' and towing capacity is 7500lbs. We are located in Escondido, CA Here is a link to the spec sheet from the manufacturer: https://www.rvusa.com/rv-guide/2015-forest-river-sunseeker-class-c-floorplan-2800qs-gts-tr24311
  7. This is the perfect size motorhome for easy driving and maneuvering but not cramped like you would feel in a Class B. We have had both and this is by far the best setup. It is like driving a van but when all four slides are out, you have plenty of room to move around or relax. The slide in the rear bedroom that extends out the back of the motorhome actually makes it as big as a longer coach when it's being lived in but then pulls in to make it a shorter rig to maneuver. Two slides in the back and two apposing slides in the front. You have to come and see the layout and condition of this because the pictures don't show how nice it actually is. It has only been used a handful of times and everything works perfectly. No new motorhome bugs to work out. It has only 6,900 miles and the generator has 60 hrs on it.The exterior is full body paint that was professionally ceramic coated for years of protection. If you aren't aware of how big of an upgrade this is, you will be so happy you have it years later. It is inevitable that gel coat will start to deteriorate and look aged and usually quickly where as full body paint is just like a new car finish and add the ceramic coat that was a $5000 job on top of that, this will look as it does now for many years to come. It also has paint protection film installed on the forward facing surfaces to keep rock chips from happening.Lots of storage both inside and out along with a dedicated trash can compartment that is great because you don't lose your under-sink storage as well as its super convenient with counter top access to the trash can. Its all the little things like this added to the obvious attributes that make this the perfect motorhome. The only reason its being sold is that with another baby just gracing us with his presence, there's no trips in sight for quite a while.Nada guides values this at over $83,000. We want to sell it without all the hassles of trying to get top dollar so that is why it's priced so low at $65,000. The price is firm so please contact only if you are prepared to pay that price when you see that it is as described. Thank you for looking!
  8. Hello all, I have a 150cc motor in my 70 now but the motor is pretty much shot. I'm looking for a motor that has electric start so I can just sit on the thing with a cocktail in hand, start it up with a push of a button and ride across camp if I want to. What are you guys using for a setup like this?
  9. This 1984 Honda ATC 70 has a title and current registration. Tons of money spent on restoration. 150cc w/clutch Piranha motor (pull start and kick start) custom tilt rear fenders for kick start use Front suspension ASV Levers Terry Cable thumb and twist throttle setup Custom kill switch HID converted factory headlight Aluminum wheels I started a project that I never finished which was a full suspension frame copied directly off my buddies A+ frame. The frame is just tack welded at this point and I never bought the rear shock. I do have new front forks to go with as well. I figured this is a great package for someone because the bike has everything you need except the rear shock as a doner for the new build. Will send more pics to serious buyer asking $2950 obo
  10. I am the original owner of this 2004 Honda 450R. It was my baby for many years until I bought a buggy. Every little bit of extra money I got went into this bike to make it my dream bike. I have been hanging onto it for years just because I have so much money into it and I know I won't ever get what I think its worth but it just doesn't make sense to keep it any longer. It has only been ridden a handful of times since a complete tear down and overhaul. I thought I would just keep it forever so I spent even more money on it a couple years ago and did the color change. I have ridden it about 3-4 times in the last few years. Whoever gets this bike will be getting one of the nicest 450's out there. It has always been babied and never raced even though it is literally the same setup that wins the Baja 1000. All new white plastics and powder coated frame Carbon Fiber Hood and shock guards Vapor computer ProTaper Bars Adjustable Steering Stabilizer ASV Levers ROLL Design Long travel +2 +1 Arms Elka Pro front shocks Elka Elite Rear shock with link IMS nerfs and heel guards ROLL Design Pegs Hyper Carbon Fiber front wheels Reinforced rings inner and outer on rear wheels Yoshimira Pipe Race motor built and dyno tuned by Rich Morrell at Alba Racing w/ CRF carb and intake w/ low hours I'm sure there's more that I'm not thinking of. I can take more pics for serious buyer $5220 or best offer
  11. Can I get prices on 33x15 blasters #2 cut and 10.75x15 front razors?
  12. Let me know if you want to pull the trigger! I've got what you want and you've got what I need!
  13. I have extra RaceDeck flooring that I've been holding onto and I need a new set of paddles for my buggy, so here's the deal... If someone wants to buy a new set of 33 Blaster #2 cut paddles, I'll trade enough flooring to cover a 20x20 (standard two car) garage. I have priced out both items and the flooring costs $2000 from RaceDeck and FiberTech in Santee will sell a set of paddles for about $900 cash. If anyone is considering a new floor for their garage, this is the time! Let me know! Eric 858-212-1438 Visualdetail@gmail.com
  14. ***Spreading the word for a friend*** This was was stolen along with a flatbed trailer from in front of the house on Friday the 13th Mount Soledad area. Please let me know if you see or hear anything about it.

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