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fc’s aren’t as loud as people think.
Absolutely correct. A well-insulated doghouse keeps sound at a very reasonable level.
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Randy, you're right! Maine is a ways away from nearly everything! lol. Can you send me details & photos of that FC?
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We RV around with 3 dogs, some would call them big, but they aren't huge? In total it's about 225lbs of dogs. This is in a PT35. Two ride on the couch or chair, one on the floor. Sometimes all 3 on couch/chair. If they all just laid on the floor we would have more problems. Feeding them is when it gets nuts, otherwise it's pretty easy to work around them.

If you're considering an SP36 then you should consider a PT36 and an FC35. At least look at them all and compare. From the same era I think they were all about the same inside. Different floorplans, but the same stuff in different places.

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We RV around with 3 dogs, some would call them big, but they aren't huge? In total it's about 225lbs of dogs. This is in a PT35. Two ride on the couch or chair, one on the floor. Sometimes all 3 on couch/chair. If they all just laid on the floor we would have more problems. Feeding them is when it gets nuts, otherwise it's pretty easy to work around them.

If you're considering an SP36 then you should consider a PT36 and an FC35. At least look at them all and compare. From the same era I think they were all about the same inside. Different floorplans, but the same stuff in different places.

What did you tell them ? Look at the cows.

Is that the alpha in the passenger seat.

I hope you were able to use some over the extra hair to clean up all that oil from your H-pump.

How do you keep that bottle of wine standing while driving, that PT must have a smooth ride.

Sorry to hijack the thread just having fun. Yeah I know he’s parked.

You think you cheeese heads would be used to seeing cows.
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What did you tell them ? Look at the cows.

Is that the alpha in the passenger seat.

I hope you were able to use some over the extra hair to clean up all that oil from your H-pump.

How do you keep that bottle of wine standing while driving, that PT must have a smooth ride.

Sorry to hijack the thread just having fun. Yeah I know he’s parked.

You think you cheeese heads would be used to seeing cows.
He's the kinda-alpha, but that whole dynamic isn't strong in our herd. The big one on the left is really the alpha, but he's old now, so now he just watches.

I set my full mug on the dash all the time, coffee mug that is

Oh and leave it to a flatlander to call sheep cows. Even my dogs know the difference! Zing! Go Packers!
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Ed Wimberley says his old PT35 is for sale out west somewhere...
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How about a well-known ‘84.5 PT 36?
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Hey Stick,
Haven't given it much thought. Want to PM me some info & pics?
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How about a well-known ‘84.5 PT 36?

Wait ... what ???
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How about a well-known ‘84.5 PT 36?


No sarcasm intended, question: What differentiates '84, '84.5, and '85?
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