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[tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

 

I have a mellow yellow T@B with white trim. I will be buying a TV in about 6 months so I can tow without "borrowing" DH's truck when he's not coming along. I am interested in knowing what yellow vehicles match the mellow yellow T@B. Being a solid yellow, mine will have more of a chance of clashing. I know Ford Escape made a yellow for several years, as well as Nissan Xterra, which is what I think I want. Dodge has a yellow truck, too.

Can anyone chime in on other yellow vehicle matches?

Crystal

--- In tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com, Debbie Campbell <gogocampgirl@...> wrote:
>
> I agree that the FJ compliments the T@B! The available colors are so vivid and different. Of course, if I didn't have the mellow yellow trim, I probably would have picked a different color....like the Voodoo Blue!! not that I don't like the SunFusion yellow! I went to Walley World after work today and I immediately could find my FJ in the sea of cars :)!! Lol. I love the T@B for the same reasons....it's different, retro, colorful....just like the FJ.
> Debbie
> Sent from my iPad
>
> On Feb 28, 2011, at 7:17 PM, Marilyn Kristenson <mally0909@...> wrote:
>
> Congratulations Karen!
> Okay here we go, all FJ owners will feel the need to comment now because we can't hold back! It is the perfect addition to the T@b both engineeringly and esthetically with the whole retro theme going on.
> I have to agree with David. I have had short wheel based vehicles in the past like the Ford Bronco and Jeep is he same way, but boy Toyota has really engineered it perfectly, because it is unusual for a vehicle that short to tow that unbelievable. At times, I have actually forgotten i had the T@b behind me.
> Marilyn
> Cape cod
> T@bamisu #470
> Sent from my iPad
>
> On Feb 28, 2011, at 6:38 PM, drb777@... wrote:
>
> I agree with Karen. I've had my FJ 4 years and it's still actually fun to drive and people tend to ask me about it everywhere I travel, just like a T@B. And when I do pull the T@B it does sort of "feel like a feather". With the FJ's wide but short stance, it's remarkable towing ability tend to counter those that say a short stance doesn't pull well.
> <FJ &amp; T@B.jpg>
> David-OKC-TABalloy #905
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: kjb3124 <kb3124@...>
> To: tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Mon, Feb 28, 2011 5:21 pm
> Subject: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle
>
>
> Congrats on the FJ! I have had mine for 2 years and I love it. The only problem is the blind spots. I had a navigation system with the back-up camera. Really it is a must.
> When we tow the T@B, it's like your pulling a feather behind ya.
>
> Happy towing!
> Karen
> The Clamp-per
>
> --- In tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com, "TaBaby" <gogocampgirl@> wrote:
> >
> > Okay so I have to pass Lowes Toyota on my way home and for the last two weeks I noticed they had a yellow 2010 FJ Cruiser. Every day I would look at it as I passed, and dream about it at night :)!!! lol I was hoping that someone would buy it and stop the temptation to pull in there and look further. Well, somebody did buy it....me!!! I love it. I have a 2010 silver with mellow yellow trim T@B. On the FJ test drive this Saturday I asked the salesman if he minded stopping where my camper is stored so I could see how the FJ matches it. We stopped and I was sold!! My FJ looks just like the one one the home page, minus the front grill cover and the roof rack (to come later!).
> >
> > I am so excited!!!! Once I get the tow package put on I will post a picture. Thanks for listening and letting me share my excitement!!
> >
> > Debbie
> > T@B# 3372
> >
>

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[tabtrailers] Re: Cracked Trim - Options?

 

I had this issue on my 2005 T@B for years.
Last fall, I made a repair with fiberglass.
In January, we left frozen Qu├ębec with the T@B to southern states.
When I checked the repair a few days ago ( we are now in Louisiana) I found that the repair is OK, but on driver's side a new crack has appeared about one foot from the place that was repaired.
We have to consider that the T@B trailer is not a one shell trailer like a fiberglass one (ex. U-Haul in the '80s)and that it is submitted to movements on the bad roads.
I think that the solution would be to have 3 short trims on each side in place of 2. The one in front seemed to be OK, but the one in back is too long and cannot obey to the stress given to the trailer on the roads ( and also stress by temperature: at minus 25F plastic becomes easy to crack)
My conclusion: I will let it like it is now, mainly because I observed that the gap in the new crack is not always the same. Sometimes I can see a gap of 1/8" and after a while on the road, the gap can be nothing.
Pierre

--- In tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com, "BocoTim" <varechel@...> wrote:
>
> FWIW - The new quote came in at $155 for 2 top, rear trim pieces + labor (~$65). Total for this repair would be around $220.
>
> Also, I'm told that the trim pieces are only warranted for 90 days, so, unfortunately, the warranty on the original pieces has long ago expired.
>
> - Tim
>
> --- In tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com, "BocoTim" <varechel@> wrote:
> >
> > For what it is worth - I just heard back from my local repair shop. They said that Dutchman has the trim in stock (at least the white). The repair shop estimated $65 for labor to replace two rear pieces, and the cost of each lower, rear trim piece would be about $60/each. I actually need the top rear pieces instead, so I will be getting a new quote in a day or two, and I'll pass on the information when I do.
> >
> > Tim
> > Boulder, CO
> >
> > --- In tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com, "BocoTim" <varechel@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi Folks,
> > >
> > > Just returned from checking up on my T@B which is stored outside on a lot for the winter, and I found that the trim has cracked in several places, laterally, all the way through. This is very similar to the pics posted here by another owner:
> > >
> > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tabtrailers/photos/album/68233032/pic/874900483/view?picmode=&mode=tn&order=ordinal&start=1&count=20&dir=asc
> > >
> > > My Tab is a 2010 model, purchased in the Fall of 2009 (1.5 years old). Would the trim still be under warranty? Are parts still available? If not, what have others done to deal with this issue?
> > >
> > > Thanks.
> > >
> > > Tim
> > > Boulder, CO
> > >
> >
>

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Re: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

 

 I agree that the FJ compliments the T@B!  The available colors are so vivid and different.  Of course, if I didn't have the mellow yellow trim, I probably would have picked a different color....like the Voodoo Blue!!  not that I don't like the SunFusion yellow!  I went to Walley World after work today and I immediately could find my FJ in the sea of cars :)!! Lol. I love the T@B for the same reasons....it's different, retro, colorful....just like the FJ.  
Debbie
Sent from my iPad

On Feb 28, 2011, at 7:17 PM, Marilyn Kristenson <mally0909@yahoo.com> wrote:

 

Congratulations Karen!
Okay here we go, all FJ owners will feel the need to comment now because we can't hold back!  It is  the perfect addition to the T@b both engineeringly  and esthetically with the whole retro theme going on.  
I  have to agree with David. I have had short wheel based vehicles in the past like the Ford Bronco and Jeep is he same way, but boy  Toyota has really engineered it perfectly, because it is unusual for a vehicle that short to tow that unbelievable. At times, I have actually forgotten i had the T@b behind me.
Marilyn
Cape cod
T@bamisu  #470
Sent from my iPad

On Feb 28, 2011, at 6:38 PM, drb777@email.com wrote:

I agree with Karen. I've had my FJ 4 years and it's still actually fun to drive and people tend to ask me about it everywhere I travel, just like a T@B. And when I do pull the T@B it does sort of "feel like a feather". With the FJ's wide but short stance, it's remarkable towing ability tend to counter those that say a short stance doesn't pull well.  
<FJ &amp; T@B.jpg>
David-OKC-TABalloy #905



-----Original Message-----
From: kjb3124 <kb3124@comcast.net>
To: tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, Feb 28, 2011 5:21 pm
Subject: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

 
Congrats on the FJ! I have had mine for 2 years and I love it. The only problem is the blind spots. I had a navigation system with the back-up camera. Really it is a must.
When we tow the T@B, it's like your pulling a feather behind ya.

Happy towing!
Karen
The Clamp-per

--- In tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com, "TaBaby" <gogocampgirl@...> wrote:
>
> Okay so I have to pass Lowes Toyota on my way home and for the last two weeks I noticed they had a yellow 2010 FJ Cruiser. Every day I would look at it as I passed, and dream about it at night :)!!! lol I was hoping that someone would buy it and stop the temptation to pull in there and look further. Well, somebody did buy it....me!!! I love it. I have a 2010 silver with mellow yellow trim T@B. On the FJ test drive this Saturday I asked the salesman if he minded stopping where my camper is stored so I could see how the FJ matches it. We stopped and I was sold!! My FJ looks just like the one one the home page, minus the front grill cover and the roof rack (to come later!).
>
> I am so excited!!!! Once I get the tow package put on I will post a picture. Thanks for listening and letting me share my excitement!!
>
> Debbie
> T@B# 3372
>

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Re: [A/S] travel with pet cat

 

David Lowrey wrote:

> One time we were in a WalMart parking lot for the night and I decided to
> move the trailer to get a better wifi signal from one of the busibess in the
> strip mall next to WalMart. We decided to leave the cats loose in the
> trailer. After driving only 100 yards or so, we stopped and opened the
> trailer door. No cats were found. We finally found one hiding in the litter
> box and one, who NEVER gets under the covers at home we finally found hiding
> under the bed covers... :-) That ended any idea of traveling with them in
> the trailer....
>
> Dave
>

Interesting, except for one notable 100 mile day my cats only ever rode
loose in the trailer. They chose to ride in the covered cat box, so I
made sure it was clean before I started the hooking up which they knew
meant we were hitting the road.

They did many thousands of miles riding in the trailer.

Hunter

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Re: [A/S] travel with pet cat

 

I forgot to add that when we are on the road, we crate the cats up in
carriers, which we stack between us on the truck's bench seat (standard
cab).

We do this because we never know what items will be on the floor when we
stop. We need new axles so the trailer bounces a lot.

One time we were in a WalMart parking lot for the night and I decided to
move the trailer to get a better wifi signal from one of the busibess in the
strip mall next to WalMart. We decided to leave the cats loose in the
trailer. After driving only 100 yards or so, we stopped and opened the
trailer door. No cats were found. We finally found one hiding in the litter
box and one, who NEVER gets under the covers at home we finally found hiding
under the bed covers... :-) That ended any idea of traveling with them in
the trailer....

Dave

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Re: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle


Debbie,
I don't have a rear camera  set-up, only the factory back-up proximity sensor/warning. I don't seem to have any problems in reverse or spotting to hitch-up. For me, part of the beauty of the T@B is the ease of movement by hand w/jockey wheel. I just spot in the center, a few inches short, then just slightly tug the T@B to line-up & attach. Little risk of damage if you leave just a bit of space. If I ever get to where I can't tug the trailer just a bit, I'll need a new system I suppose. David

From: Debbie Campbell <gogocampgirl@yahoo.com>
To: tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, February 28, 2011 6:29:58 PM
Subject: Re: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

Wow, what a cool picture!  I am enjoying driving the FJ too.  It handles well.  Do you have the back-up camera?  If so, tell me your opinion and if not, do you have any trouble backing your T@B without it?  I can already see where the back-up camera or at least sensors would be advantageous with the blind spots.  I think I back out of a parking space about an inch at a time.
Debbie

From: "drb777@email.com" <drb777@email.com>
To: tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, February 28, 2011 6:38:49 PM
Subject: Re: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

I agree with Karen. I've had my FJ 4 years and it's still actually fun to drive and people tend to ask me about it everywhere I travel, just like a T@B. And when I do pull the T@B it does sort of "feel like a feather". With the FJ's wide but short stance, it's remarkable towing ability tend to counter those that say a short stance doesn't pull well.  
<SPAN id=FJ & T@B.jpg" src="cid:1.3056003047@web82504.mail.mud.yahoo.com" width=275>
David-OKC-TABalloy #905



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Re: [A/S] Aluminum vs. Fiberglass

 

I know, I 've looked at older units as well , especially the Beatrice years of
the 70's with the tambour cabinet doors I find appealing, If I was ever going
to get another pre enjoyed unit. it mostly likley be 1965 -1992,

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Subject: Re: [A/S] Aluminum vs. Fiberglass

2/27/2011 12:21:52 PM, Dominick Bundy <dominickbundy@yahoo.com> wrote:

>...Airstream. I only wished they would stop making them heavier each year....

So try a vintage unit - cheap, plentiful, and if cared for (or restored) just as
nice as new.

Peace,
-- Lew #4239

'72 Safari 23'
'99 Chevie 3500 conversion van
Last night's thunderstorm took down Roadrunner for about 6 hr.

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Re: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

 

Oops,
I meant to say congratulations to Debbie...lol 
Marilyn
T@bamisu

Sent from my iPad

On Feb 28, 2011, at 7:29 PM, Debbie Campbell <gogocampgirl@yahoo.com> wrote:

Wow, what a cool picture!  I am enjoying driving the FJ too.  It handles well.  Do you have the back-up camera?  If so, tell me your opinion and if not, do you have any trouble backing your T@B without it?  I can already see where the back-up camera or at least sensors would be advantageous with the blind spots.  I think I back out of a parking space about an inch at a time.
Debbie

From: "drb777@email.com" <drb777@email.com>
To: tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, February 28, 2011 6:38:49 PM
Subject: Re: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

I agree with Karen. I've had my FJ 4 years and it's still actually fun to drive and people tend to ask me about it everywhere I travel, just like a T@B. And when I do pull the T@B it does sort of "feel like a feather". With the FJ's wide but short stance, it's remarkable towing ability tend to counter those that say a short stance doesn't pull well.  
<FJ>
David-OKC-TABalloy #905



-----Original Message-----
From: kjb3124 <kb3124@comcast.net>
To: tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, Feb 28, 2011 5:21 pm
Subject: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

 
Congrats on the FJ! I have had mine for 2 years and I love it. The only problem is the blind spots. I had a navigation system with the back-up camera. Really it is a must.
When we tow the T@B, it's like your pulling a feather behind ya.

Happy towing!
Karen
The Clamp-per

--- In tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com, "TaBaby" <gogocampgirl@...> wrote:
>
> Okay so I have to pass Lowes Toyota on my way home and for the last two weeks I noticed they had a yellow 2010 FJ Cruiser. Every day I would look at it as I passed, and dream about it at night :)!!! lol I was hoping that someone would buy it and stop the temptation to pull in there and look further. Well, somebody did buy it....me!!! I love it. I have a 2010 silver with mellow yellow trim T@B. On the FJ test drive this Saturday I asked the salesman if he minded stopping where my camper is stored so I could see how the FJ matches it. We stopped and I was sold!! My FJ looks just like the one one the home page, minus the front grill cover and the roof rack (to come later!).
>
> I am so excited!!!! Once I get the tow package put on I will post a picture. Thanks for listening and letting me share my excitement!!
>
> Debbie
> T@B# 3372
>

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Re: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

Wow, what a cool picture!  I am enjoying driving the FJ too.  It handles well.  Do you have the back-up camera?  If so, tell me your opinion and if not, do you have any trouble backing your T@B without it?  I can already see where the back-up camera or at least sensors would be advantageous with the blind spots.  I think I back out of a parking space about an inch at a time.
Debbie

From: "drb777@email.com" <drb777@email.com>
To: tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, February 28, 2011 6:38:49 PM
Subject: Re: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

I agree with Karen. I've had my FJ 4 years and it's still actually fun to drive and people tend to ask me about it everywhere I travel, just like a T@B. And when I do pull the T@B it does sort of "feel like a feather". With the FJ's wide but short stance, it's remarkable towing ability tend to counter those that say a short stance doesn't pull well.  
FJ & T@B.jpg
David-OKC-TABalloy #905



-----Original Message-----
From: kjb3124 <kb3124@comcast.net>
To: tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, Feb 28, 2011 5:21 pm
Subject: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

 
Congrats on the FJ! I have had mine for 2 years and I love it. The only problem is the blind spots. I had a navigation system with the back-up camera. Really it is a must.
When we tow the T@B, it's like your pulling a feather behind ya.

Happy towing!
Karen
The Clamp-per

--- In tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com, "TaBaby" <gogocampgirl@...> wrote:
>
> Okay so I have to pass Lowes Toyota on my way home and for the last two weeks I noticed they had a yellow 2010 FJ Cruiser. Every day I would look at it as I passed, and dream about it at night :)!!! lol I was hoping that someone would buy it and stop the temptation to pull in there and look further. Well, somebody did buy it....me!!! I love it. I have a 2010 silver with mellow yellow trim T@B. On the FJ test drive this Saturday I asked the salesman if he minded stopping where my camper is stored so I could see how the FJ matches it. We stopped and I was sold!! My FJ looks just like the one one the home page, minus the front grill cover and the roof rack (to come later!).
>
> I am so excited!!!! Once I get the tow package put on I will post a picture. Thanks for listening and letting me share my excitement!!
>
> Debbie
> T@B# 3372
>

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Re: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

 

Congratulations Karen!
Okay here we go, all FJ owners will feel the need to comment now because we can't hold back!  It is  the perfect addition to the T@b both engineeringly  and esthetically with the whole retro theme going on.  
I  have to agree with David. I have had short wheel based vehicles in the past like the Ford Bronco and Jeep is he same way, but boy  Toyota has really engineered it perfectly, because it is unusual for a vehicle that short to tow that unbelievable. At times, I have actually forgotten i had the T@b behind me.
Marilyn
Cape cod
T@bamisu  #470
Sent from my iPad

On Feb 28, 2011, at 6:38 PM, drb777@email.com wrote:

I agree with Karen. I've had my FJ 4 years and it's still actually fun to drive and people tend to ask me about it everywhere I travel, just like a T@B. And when I do pull the T@B it does sort of "feel like a feather". With the FJ's wide but short stance, it's remarkable towing ability tend to counter those that say a short stance doesn't pull well.  
<FJ &amp; T@B.jpg>
David-OKC-TABalloy #905



-----Original Message-----
From: kjb3124 <kb3124@comcast.net>
To: tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, Feb 28, 2011 5:21 pm
Subject: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

 
Congrats on the FJ! I have had mine for 2 years and I love it. The only problem is the blind spots. I had a navigation system with the back-up camera. Really it is a must.
When we tow the T@B, it's like your pulling a feather behind ya.

Happy towing!
Karen
The Clamp-per

--- In tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com, "TaBaby" <gogocampgirl@...> wrote:
>
> Okay so I have to pass Lowes Toyota on my way home and for the last two weeks I noticed they had a yellow 2010 FJ Cruiser. Every day I would look at it as I passed, and dream about it at night :)!!! lol I was hoping that someone would buy it and stop the temptation to pull in there and look further. Well, somebody did buy it....me!!! I love it. I have a 2010 silver with mellow yellow trim T@B. On the FJ test drive this Saturday I asked the salesman if he minded stopping where my camper is stored so I could see how the FJ matches it. We stopped and I was sold!! My FJ looks just like the one one the home page, minus the front grill cover and the roof rack (to come later!).
>
> I am so excited!!!! Once I get the tow package put on I will post a picture. Thanks for listening and letting me share my excitement!!
>
> Debbie
> T@B# 3372
>

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[A/S] Resignation from Loachapoka City Council

 


Loachapoka City Council
Loachapoka, Alabama
February 28, 2011

As a member of the Loachapoka City Council I would like to tell the council how much I have enjoyed being on the council for the last few years. Many years ago Larry Justice asked me if I could help out on the council and I gladly accepted. It has always been a privilege.

For a number of months I have been drawn away due to other personal obligations and find that my time is still being pulled away from my duties on the council. At this time I need to help open the door for another person with fresh ideas and the privilege of serving Loachapoka which I hold dear to my heart. So it is my regret at this time I resign from the council effective February 28, 2011. It has also been a privilege to serve along side all present and past members. Please note that I still work and live in Loachapoka and will gladly help out with improvements and/or events in our town when needed.

Respectfully,
Twila Floyd, DVM

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Re: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

I agree with Karen. I've had my FJ 4 years and it's still actually fun to drive and people tend to ask me about it everywhere I travel, just like a T@B. And when I do pull the T@B it does sort of "feel like a feather". With the FJ's wide but short stance, it's remarkable towing ability tend to counter those that say a short stance doesn't pull well.  
FJ & T@B.jpg
David-OKC-TABalloy #905



-----Original Message-----
From: kjb3124 <kb3124@comcast.net>
To: tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, Feb 28, 2011 5:21 pm
Subject: [tabtrailers] Re: New Tow Vehicle

 
Congrats on the FJ! I have had mine for 2 years and I love it. The only problem is the blind spots. I had a navigation system with the back-up camera. Really it is a must.
When we tow the T@B, it's like your pulling a feather behind ya.

Happy towing!
Karen
The Clamp-per

--- In tabtrailers@yahoogroups.com, "TaBaby" <gogocampgirl@...> wrote:
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> Okay so I have to pass Lowes Toyota on my way home and for the last two weeks I noticed they had a yellow 2010 FJ Cruiser. Every day I would look at it as I passed, and dream about it at night :)!!! lol I was hoping that someone would buy it and stop the temptation to pull in there and look further. Well, somebody did buy it....me!!! I love it. I have a 2010 silver with mellow yellow trim T@B. On the FJ test drive this Saturday I asked the salesman if he minded stopping where my camper is stored so I could see how the FJ matches it. We stopped and I was sold!! My FJ looks just like the one one the home page, minus the front grill cover and the roof rack (to come later!).
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> I am so excited!!!! Once I get the tow package put on I will post a picture. Thanks for listening and letting me share my excitement!!
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> Debbie
> T@B# 3372
>

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