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Old 08-29-2005, 02:24 PM   #1
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I Have One

2004 Prowler Regal AX6 (Front Living Room)
4,000lb. Springs over 8,000lb Axels
Trail Air Pin Box
King Dome for Directv
3 LNB dish mounted on ladder for use when in trees
2 desk top computers (living room & dinning room)
1 laptop all on the internet on the road
HughesNet (DirectWay) dish for internet & Directv
27" Flat screen in living room
15" flat screen with tv from bedroom reciever
Outside tv 15" LCD signal from bedroom reciever
Max Air on living room vent
Added light kit to ceiling fan
Rebuilt hanging closet rod in beedroom (after it fell down) added shelf above
Added 2 110voilt florescent light over couches in living room.
Added removable pins thru sliding baskets and frame for each one in pantry to keep in place when traveling (all came out on first trip).
Built cover over well down between I beem frame in storage 30"out from back wall now have access to plastic boxes under and over cover.
Built a shelf access from side door in rear storage, under shelf access from back door of rear storage.
Built a sliding shelf in top of of outside stoage in front of entertainment center, access from either side door of storage(for fishing poles ect.)
Built storage area under driver side propane tank for all sewer connection pieces except hoses (easy access thru tank door down between tank & wall).
Sewer Solutions kit ( 6 10ft. hoses in two 6" tubes under front stoage).


Larry & Kathy
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Old 03-02-2006, 04:44 PM   #2
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Go East for the summer

This will be the third time pulling our Prowler accross the country just a few minor problems. Has worked great for us as fulltime use 5er.
Leaveing Ca. April 16,06 I-10 thru Az/New Mexico/Texas then north to Wi.
More posts to follow on out trip.

Larry & Kathy plus Mojo
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Old 04-03-2006, 03:46 PM   #3
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My friend has one although it is a Wilderness Advantage. Same floor plan with the front living room. He pulls it with a Dodge V10 Big Block.
He seems very happy with it and with Fleetwood overall.
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Old 04-03-2006, 09:50 PM   #4
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Yes

I have seen a few Wilderness and Terry AX6 in Ca. where they are made. Mine was made on Oregon. I bought it in Az. in 2003 but it is a 2004 model.

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Old 05-16-2006, 04:23 PM   #5
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Prowler upgrade

I have had spring problems at the 27 month age of my Prowler AX6.
I have change to 4,000 lb springs and 8,000 lb axles.
The frame has had no problems and the pin box frame is fine also.
The 5er has about 25,000 miles on it. The brakes are fine I hardly use them when pulling with my MDT, Jake brake,Alison 6 speed all down shifting together and slowing down the 31,000lbs very well.

Larry & Kathy
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Old 07-22-2006, 08:12 AM   #6
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Agreed with topic starter (from flalottery)
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Old 07-25-2006, 05:46 PM   #7
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allegra: LOOKS like your post is advertising and nothing to do with Prowler Rregal AX6 post.
Is that called phishing or just SPAMM
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Old 12-03-2006, 04:47 PM   #8
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Insulation

I starting to add insulation in all my cabnets outside walls, the same kind as used in RV windows which I also use. I think the windows have given us about 10deg.+ and the cabnets will add another 10deg.
We have a Pseto Heat Dish heater sold at Costco and used it for 3 years works very well uses 1/2 the power than Micowave.
The heater on just over medium setting gives us 70deg. in bedroom five feet from ceiling and 85deg. 18ins. from ceiling in living room.
Out side temp 35 to 42 deg. at night.
So with added insulation we could run heater at low to med setting and have the same or little less temp in 5er.
We have used the 5er for 3 years fulltime around the country and works very well as long as we stay in no less than 32 deg. temp.

Larry & Kathy plus Meeko who would love less than 32degs.
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