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  1. Lv4toys
    10-06-2015 02:14 PM
    Hi Deryk: Just curious, did you ever sell your Parkliner? My wife saw pictures of Thom's (Oregon) and fell in love with the layout. Trying to find one a little closer to home (MN).

  2. frank_a
    11-10-2013 05:56 PM
    I don't know if I'm doing this right, but we'll see.

    I emailed Cameron on the 5th. He responded on the 8th. I responded back that same day. Today I sent pics showing I couldn't even get one finger in anywhere, let alone two.

    I attempted to copy in these emails, but space limitations here won't let me.

    I never did hear from Aaron at all. Let me know if you get this. I'm pretty handy with email, and would encourage you to email me (if ya want):, then I could easily copy your on these email conversations.


  3. skeelsd
    05-12-2013 07:11 PM
    Thanks Deryk. The feedback is very helpful. I'll be living/working in the egg too. Weekend camping at best. I live in the South, so AC is a big deal.
  4. skeelsd
    05-11-2013 12:28 PM
    Hey Deryk,

    Trust life is treating you well. Couple of questions regarding your PL'er. I've determined new is about as reasonable as used for a couple reasons and narrowed the choices between Scamp and PL'er, pros and cons for either/both. I'm also keen on ShawnKK ductless mini-split system install. Seems the PL'er is a little better designed for the evaporator install, but I digress.

    FYI- this is an off-grid project.

    My questions are (1) what have you learned since purchasing that you would change? I ask this because of your FT status. (2) Will Chandler haggle for price or did you buy your PL used?

    Any personal insight is highly valued. I'm calculating my power usage, identifying appropriate appliance purchases, etc.
  5. lpk49
    04-03-2013 07:20 PM
    thanks again deryk. i am taking off the propane tanks so that will help the tongue weight i hope and i already took out the chairs and table...someone said some water in the back might help lift the hitch up a little

    my son will put the bags on but i will drive the nys thruway to rochester to get it done. its pretty flat i think. i can go slow.

    thanks for all your help.
  6. lpk49
    04-03-2013 12:37 PM
    hi again-sorry to be a pain. so i just found out my rav with the tow package is not wired for brakes. is that true? mine is a 2009...was yours wired? im confused. the salesman said i could go to uhaul and get a hitch and wires for 200-300. uhaul did the hitch and lites but not the brakes and now the rv place says 150. for the controller and 350. to wire the car. i didnt count on this. hope you're having a better day than me. lpk

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  • About deryk
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    New Jersey
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    2012 Parkliner 2010 V6 Nissan Frontier 4x4
    Boating, hikeing, Camping, SCA, D&D, video games, movies, reading, music, concerts
    Master of the Custodial Arts lol... escaped from corporate america and working in a cubicle
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    All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost.... J.R.R. Tolkien


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