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Old 07-28-2007, 07:59 PM   #1
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Hello all Sunline Fans,
I'm going to be a proud owner of a 2004 T-1950 on Tuesday. The seller says that he may have used it 10 times. I've been looking at Sunlines for quite awhile, and can't wait to tow it home. Buying one of these, has been quite the journey. I found 2000 T-1950 on craigslist in Boston last week, I contacted the owner, and got the Gentleman's Handshake over the phone. While I was at my bank picking up the cash, I called the Gentleman , and he sold it right out from underneath of me. Oh well, I guess it was meant to be...Like they say, all good things come to those who wait
Great website!!! Keep up the great work and I look forward to meeting all you Sunline fans on the roads ahead!!!
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Old 07-28-2007, 08:04 PM   #2
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Hi Ken, welcome to the forum!

You have found the best forum around....if you have any questions about your 1950 - just post a question and wait for the reply....and you'll be surprised how fast they come!

Hope all works well and post photos after you pick your "new to you" Sunline up!
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Old 07-29-2007, 02:36 PM   #3
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Congrats and your right about things happening that are just meant to be. Kathy was working so hard to help me by her trailer and we just couldn't get it worked out with a big fundraiser I was running and them trading in their trailer. All worked out for the best because it made me research more and we ended up with a 195sr for a great price. Now I need a bigger truck but that will be taken care of shortly, it is being detailed at this very moment and will be for sale tomorrow!

It all works out, just gotta roll with it.

Good luck and welcome.

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Old 07-30-2007, 08:58 AM   #4
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Ken,

You'll love the T-1950. The quality of any Sunline is the best. We bought a new 2006 T-1950 last April and have been out 7 times already. The floor plan is perfect for the two of us and it is very comfortable. We absolutely love it. We couldn't have found a more perfect unit for us. The only significant modification we made was to add a 12v power vent on the roof. We mostly dry camp and without 120v power we can cool the unit down in a few minutes with the 12v power vent. I also added a second deep cycle battery. The two fit end to end on the front rack and last about at least 5 days dry camping.

You'll find that this is an excellent forum to answer any questions you might have.

Congratulations.
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Old 08-01-2007, 05:31 PM   #6
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Hi All,

Thanks for the warm welcome and responses. Yes, I did pick up my T-1950 yesterday, and it was in immaculet condition. A retired Marine Corps Veteran owned it, and you could eat off the undercarriage. It came with a small 17inch flat screen TV/DVD player, an extra 12 V battery, portable water tank, and portable black water tote, and a number of other accessories that were never used. It towed extremely nice, I could hardly tell I even had it in tow, and after reading some of the other concerns about TV's in this forum, I was concerned about my Toyota Tacoma 4x4TRD. I did, at some inclines feel it a little, but other than that no problems.

Thanks again for the Welcome, and I'm looking forward to being a member of this Sunlineclub!!!
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Old 08-01-2007, 08:25 PM   #7
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Hey Ken,

Man you have my set up almost exactly! I love the 1950, we almost got one and then I found a 195sr for a steal and went for that. Problem is I had the weight of 1950 in my head when I bought the 195sr. Only bad thing is its 2k lbs more! So needless to say my beloved Taco is for sale to be replaced with a F250 7.3 diesel. We will be traveling a lot in the Rockies and I would also like to put my motorcycle in the bed of the truck.

Remember you can always get a supercharger and don't be afraid of dropping down a gear and reving her up. When that motor hits its powerband she takes off. I was totally impressed driving home with my 195sr on the backroads of Butler, PA.

Welcome and I am a total newbie to this lifestyle and looking forward to learning a lot.

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