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#11 jimjxsn

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Posted 23 March 2021 - 03:38 PM

Congratulation on the Ocelot goinoregon!  Love the excitement of the first trip.  We drove to Sacramento from Colorado and made it up the coast to Oregon through the redwoods when we picked our ATC Panther up. 

 

Best of luck and enjoy the build!


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#12 Smokecreek1

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Posted 23 March 2021 - 05:49 PM

Join the pack. Fun time is here and this is one purchase you will never forget-and never be sorry !

 

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#13 goinoregon

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Posted 23 March 2021 - 08:37 PM

How will you mount the awning and on which side?

i had mule expedition, in pdx, mount on passenger side. and used their custom mtg brkts which attach to jack mts and extend up to roof area.


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#14 goinoregon

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Posted 23 March 2021 - 08:42 PM

i think everyone knows what the camper looks like, but this is first days in driveway. the awning is on passenger side. i got 16.5 mpg coming back from sacramento, over to reno, and north on 395, and on to pdx.


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#15 fuzzymarindave

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Posted 23 March 2021 - 09:31 PM

i think everyone knows what the camper looks like, but this is first days in driveway. the awning is on passenger side. i got 16.5 mpg coming back from sacramento, over to reno, and north on 395, and on to pdx.

 

Congrats on camper.  That awning seems like a great way to go.  I have the passenger side Fiamma Awning so I just built a rear awning mimicking the discontinued Four Wheel Camper rear awning.   I'd still consider a 270 degree unit though.


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#16 AWG_Pics

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Posted 24 March 2021 - 12:38 AM

i think everyone knows what the camper looks like, but this is first days in driveway. the awning is on passenger side. i got 16.5 mpg coming back from sacramento, over to reno, and north on 395, and on to pdx.

 

I only have one question. Did you have any fun at all?  :rolleyes:

The Mule Expeditions people in Portland are very good.


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#17 goinoregon

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Posted 25 March 2021 - 02:28 AM

I only have one question. Did you have any fun at all?  :rolleyes:

The Mule Expeditions people in Portland are very good.

Yes, had some fun on the drive home. spent 2 nights at summer lakes hot springs, and we were able to use one of 3 pools, each morning. hot spring in snow was great.  all snow gone in afternoon.  time to relax, and plan for future.  and saw 2 grandkids in hood river on way home. so , all good


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