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Old 08-17-2015, 06:15 PM   #1
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Default Well, after six laps of the country with my 189 FBR...

...it's time for a new Fun Finder. I'm stepping up to a 214WSD.



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Old 08-17-2015, 09:54 PM   #2
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Congratulations on your selection.

May you enjoy many miles of pleasure with your new unit.

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Thanks.

If it's as good as the last six years, it'll be a blast.
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Beautiful! Wishing you many happy, adventurous, and safe miles!
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Beautiful! Wishing you many happy, adventurous, and safe miles!
If it's anything like the last few years, it'll be quite a ride.

Here's a trip report from last year. I haven't done up this year's yet...but it was a good one.

http://www.vitalmx.com/community/Guy...014/entry/3917
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Beautiful! Wishing you many happy, adventurous, and safe miles!
If it's anything like the last few years, it'll be quite a ride.

Here's a trip report from last year. I haven't done up this year's yet...but it was a good one.

http://www.vitalmx.com/community/Guy...014/entry/3917
I checked out your blog link you provided and like the first commentor had to say .... "You get paid to do this " ? Really cool pictures and great narrative.
Enjoy the new 214 WSD, it looks like a really nice unit. I'd be curious to know what kind of mileage the Tundra gets while towing it.
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I checked out your blog link you provided and like the first commentor had to say .... "You get paid to do this " ? Really cool pictures and great narrative.
Enjoy the new 214 WSD, it looks like a really nice unit. I'd be curious to know what kind of mileage the Tundra gets while towing it.
Thanks. Yep, it amazes me sometimes, too.

I don't know the exact mileage...I didn't track it as closely this year. Guessing somewhere between 9 and 11 mpg. I'm generally fairly light-footed on the throttle, and it's usually somewhere around four hours between tankfuls...right around the time I'm ready for another pit stop.
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I checked out your blog link you provided and like the first commentor had to say .... "You get paid to do this " ? Really cool pictures and great narrative.
Enjoy the new 214 WSD, it looks like a really nice unit. I'd be curious to know what kind of mileage the Tundra gets while towing it.
Thanks. Yep, it amazes me sometimes, too.

I don't know the exact mileage...I didn't track it as closely this year. Guessing somewhere between 9 and 11 mpg. I'm generally fairly light-footed on the throttle, and it's usually somewhere around four hours between tankfuls...right around the time I'm ready for another pit stop.
Is this with your existing unit or the new 214 WSD ?
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Is this with your existing unit or the new 214 WSD ?
Existing. I'm hopeful that it doesn't change much.
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Congrats on the new 214 wsd. I have a 225 rbs Shadow Cruiser that is a couple hundred pounds heavier. My Tundra pulls my TT getting 9 - 10 mpg.
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