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Newell Gurus would like to thank Boomer for joining us.

Rzr riding
#31
Chester...I found a few pics at Spearfish riding. If you will PM your email I can send them to you.

Thanks
Pam
Jeff and Pam Reganall
1996 45' Newell Coach #432 Series 60, Allison 6 Speed
Towing 2012 3/4T Ram Truck loaded with the RZR 1000XP
#32
Jeff, it is [email protected] Thanks
2001 Newell #579
tow a Honda Odyssey
fun car: 1935 Mercedes 500K replica
#33
Chester,

I just sent you some from my phone.

Thanks
Pam
Jeff and Pam Reganall
1996 45' Newell Coach #432 Series 60, Allison 6 Speed
Towing 2012 3/4T Ram Truck loaded with the RZR 1000XP
#34
I have them and Thanks.
2001 Newell #579
tow a Honda Odyssey
fun car: 1935 Mercedes 500K replica
#35
I built a towed for Rzr. 2012 Silverado long wheelbase pickup. We removed the p/u bed and built an all aluminum bed that is truly one of a kind. http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attac...uck-22.jpg

The toter is a 385 Peterbuilt Swalbe four door with a Newmar fifthwheel. The pickup is towed behind the fifth wheel. Yeah, I know, he's too long but he doesn't care.
#36
Wow, very nice. Oh yeah you'll fit in here!
Where do you ride? Last year we started full timing in early January and towed the Rzr 570 in the back of our Z71. Rode a bit in CO, SD, ID, FL. Looking forward to putting more miles on it this year.
Forest & Cindy Olivier
1999 Foretravel 36' U320
former 1998 Newell 45' 2 slide #486 

former 1993 Newell 39' #337 
2011 Chevy Tahoe 

RZR 570LE
#37
I don't ride but the client friend spends the winter along the Colorado river in AZ, spring and fall in north Texas, summers up north. He loves his Rzr, enough that he bought the pickup just to carry it. his old towed was a four door Wrangler.

It was a challenging build. He likes lights, 384 LED bulbs in the brake/tail between the bumper and head ache rack for instance. He's 75 so we had to engineer everything for not lifting much weight or much bending over to use. He loves it that he can't go anywhere without people wanting to talk about his truck.
#38
Bump to an older thread !

Does anyone still get together for rides ?

I'd love to learn new areas and join up. We have a bit of snow in the Sierra's now but, I could take you on a endless trails in the Tahoe National Forest when the weather is better, if any of you are near the West coast.

I never thought that Newell folks would be into offroading. This is bringing 2 of my passions together.

I'm an avid offroad / trail rider on my dual sport dirt bike. I'd like to think I can go anywhere you folks could go on RZR's and keep up.
Dave, Karen and buddy. 
06 Newell #784
towing a 05' Featherlight enclosed  trailer for toys and tools, 
or a 18' Ford Raptor Big Grin w KTM 250 and MTB in the back


Carpe Diem. Have Fun
Tomorrow is not guaranteed.
#39
if you ever get to arizona, there is incredible off roading just in the desert behind my place. i have a 4 seat rzr and go all the time.

but, if you choose to ride with ron skeen, up your life insurance and get a new helmet. he is the evel kneieval of the newell gang.

luv ya ron

tom
2002 45'8" Newell Coach 608  Series 60 DDEC4/Allison World 6 Speed HD4000MH

#40
Slowing down in old age. Started off- roading on a 1955 Harley Hummer 125. First real off road bike was a 1972 360 Yamaha enduro then went through many different bike with the last one being 2004 crf250 Honda. Then went to ATV's till 2011. Now have been riding RZR's for the last 8 years and the RZR are by far the safest and most fun. Over the years I have ridden from coast to coast and hope to continue as long as possible. We have many places here in TN close, Royal Blue, Wind Rock, and Brimstone.  Will be going to CO, NM, WY and UT for Jul-Aug. I travel with Goldwing on back of M/C , flat towing 1500 RAM with 1000 S RZR in back. and enjoy street and trailing riding. Hope to meet people to do both.
1996 #422 and 2004 #689 with YELLOW Goldwing, BMW K1200S, RZR, Dodge Truck



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