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Friday, August 6, 2010

Getting EXCITED! New RV and running boards for the new truck...

A lot going on lately. Will update later. Meanwhile...

...we drove the loaner car that the Chevrolet dealership gave us to use, a very nice Impala, and went to Cincinnati to see our new RV at
Holman Motors. Nice people there. Very good online reviews about Holman...AND about Keystone. Holman is a family business in operation since 1945. We recommend checking them out if you are looking for a new (or used) RV.

The running boards for the Silverado finally came in to the Chevy dealership. We dropped off their loaner and picked up our new truck. Next week, going get it undercoated, clear-coated, Rhino bedliner, window tint, rain-guards....and then put some miles on by visiting a few friends in northern Michigan, and then friends and family in West Virginia. That should break in the engine and we'll get ready to roll in the new Fuzion this winter. We're SO excited!

Lots more pics to come when we get it all set up:

Fuzion 360 Fifth Wheel Toy Hauler w/Rear 8' Garage Door to 10' Cargo Area, Side Entry in Cargo, 48"x74" Loft, 1/2 Bath, Door to Living Area w/Hide-A-Bed Sofa/Dinette Slide, 32" LCD TV/Fireplace, Pantry, Refridgerator, 3 Burner Range, Double Kitchen Sink, Step-Up to Side-Aisle Bathroom w/Angle Shower, Toilet & Sink, Bedroom w/ Slideout Queen Bed, Chest w/LCD TV, Wardrobe w/Sliding Doors, Additional Wardrobe, 20' Awning...and much more!

2011 Keystone Fuzion 360 Fifth-Wheel Toy-Hauler

YEP, that's a "fireplace"! :-)

Corian countertops:

Length: 39'6"
Width: 8'6"
Height: 13'4"
Hitch Weight: 2,900 lbs
Dry Weight: 13,200 lbs
Cargo Weight: 4,800 lbs
Fresh Water Capacity: 112 gals
Grey Water Capacity: 86 gals
Black Water Capacity: 86 gals
Furnace BTU: 35,000
Sleeps: 10
Generator: Onan 5500
Tire Size: 235/80R16E
Slides 2
Interior Color: Sahara

2011 Chevy Silverado 2500HD
Duramax 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8,
Allison six-speed transmission,
4x4, Crew-cab, standard-bed (6'6"),
397 horsepower,
765 lb.-ft. of torque,
17,800 lbs. of maximum towing,
11% improvement in highway fuel economy,
36-gallon tank (up to 680 hwy miles on a single tank),
Duramax runs cleaner
with a 60% reduction in NOx emissions,
B20 Biodiesel compatible
(color: Taupe Gray Metallic)


  1. I am going to poke my head just above the parapet now, because I am confused. From what you have said about the oil spill and BP on your blog, you obviously are strong environmentalists, which is very good. But then you go buy a huge truck and RV! It is a great truck and an even better RV, but is there somewhat of a conflict here maybe?

  2. Wow, that is one monster of an RV. I know you guys will live happily ever after in that baby! Congrats.

  3. congrats on the new rig! Looks great and should work out perfect.

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  9. Beautiful rig!! Congratulations on your new home. You will enjoy many many years and countless memories in there. **hugs**

    The Freely Living Life Family



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