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#21 Freelheeler

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 08:30 PM

I can understand his concern it just looks 'big' on the tundra... i'm also looking for a 2003 tundra access cab and this conversation has me wondering, i just don't want to end up 'lugging' around a big "lite weight/compact" camper.

It definitely fits, but...
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Posted 08 March 2010 - 11:15 PM

I talked to this fellow about his 2005 fully loaded Hawk. No furnace. Unfortunately again, too tall for my 2001 Tundra. Still looking for my Kestrel or even Eagle that is not as tall as the standard Hawk. Keith barnesclan@hotmail.com


Here is the ad

http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/rvs/1632842919.html


I love how people say "every option" and right off the get go we hear there is no furnace. To me every option means its also going to have EVERY option and that includes furnace, solar, hot water, etc. since those are all options.

People just need to take a half second to list what their rigs have and post up some pictures so they get informed buyers.
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Posted 09 March 2010 - 12:00 PM

I love how people say "every option" and right off the get go we hear there is no furnace. To me every option means its also going to have EVERY option and that includes furnace, solar, hot water, etc. since those are all options.

People just need to take a half second to list what their rigs have and post up some pictures so they get informed buyers.



Agreed. Never saw a slimmer ad for a Hawk
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Posted 09 March 2010 - 01:16 PM

I saw an older FWC (brown stripes on sides) for sale at an RV dealer in Delta, Colorado on Sunday. Didn't stop or make inquiry about price, but it's defintely there.

Didn't note the dealer name but I just searched "RV dealer Delta, Colorado" on Googly and only 2 dealers came up in Delta...both on Hwy 50 where the FWC is located. Might be worth a quick search and a coupla calls (?)


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Posted 09 March 2010 - 07:07 PM

I can understand his concern it just looks 'big' on the tundra... i'm also looking for a 2003 tundra access cab and this conversation has me wondering, i just don't want to end up 'lugging' around a big "lite weight/compact" camper.

It definitely fits, but...


I agree with you. It looks big on my Tundra, and it looks small on my Ford.

The question you want to ask yourself is....how long am I going to keep my current truck....and what might I be replacing it with?

These campers cost a lot of money (bought it new). It is not something that I want to replace every time I change trucks (every 8 or 9 years). I think it is a mistake to purchase a camper that only fits one year/model truck. Just my 2 cents.

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 06:57 PM

Ran through Craigslist this morning. Needed to relax with a cup of coffee after running the snowblower. I apologize if a couple of these are reposts.

2005 Hawk $8000 Bullhead City, AZ
http://orangecounty....1632842919.html

FWC $300 Woodstock, OR
http://portland.crai...1633365027.html

pop up camper top for chevy blazer - $300 (Lakeside CA)?
http://sandiego.crai...1632574641.html

2000 Granby $4950 Federal Way WA
http://seattle.craig...1633192536.html

FWC $600 Lakewodd CO
http://denver.craigs...1635750780.html

1978 Keystone $600 Palmer Lake, CO
http://cosprings.cra...1633037570.html
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Posted 10 March 2010 - 07:52 PM

I have never seen anything about a Z model. Is that back to everything but the heater?



I talked to this fellow about his 2005 fully loaded Hawk. No furnace. Unfortunately again, too tall for my 2001 Tundra. Still looking for my Kestrel or even Eagle that is not as tall as the standard Hawk. Keith barnesclan@hotmail.com


Here is the ad

http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/rvs/1632842919.html


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#28 Freelheeler

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 03:19 PM

I talked to this fellow about his 2005 fully loaded Hawk. No furnace. Unfortunately again, too tall for my 2001 Tundra. Still looking for my Kestrel or even Eagle that is not as tall as the standard Hawk. Keith barnesclan@hotmail.com


Here is the ad

http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/rvs/1632842919.html



SOLD! and not to me...
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#29 Freelheeler

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 09:05 PM

2000 ish HAWK FS $6000

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does NOT fit a tundra, goodluck still forsale as of 3/14/2010 AM
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Posted 18 March 2010 - 09:48 PM

Eagle Shell $4000 Pleasanton, CA
http://sfbay.craigsl...1646179298.html

1982 Keystone $500 Evansville, WY
http://wyoming.craig...1649748311.html

Grandby $2500 Evergreen, CO
http://denver.craigs...1645254308.html
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