Our Rig

By , November 25, 2010 10:21 am

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2001 Dutch Star by Newmar Corp (aka “The Beastie” or “The Death Star”)

The Base

  • 38 Feet long x 8 feet wide
  • Diesel Pusher (engine is located in the rear, that’s why it is called a “pusher”)
  • 350HP CAT Engine
  • Freightliner chassis
  • Two slide outs (living room + bedroom)
  • Queen bedroom
  • Couch converts to queen bed
  • Model number: DSDP3852
  • Wood color: Maple
  • Washer/dryer unit: Splendide 2000s (WD2000S)
  • Furnace: 42000 BTU furnace
  • Liquid Propane: 32 Gallon tank
  • Water Heater: 10 Gallon heater operates on electric or gas
  • Fuel Capacity: 100 Gallon, dual fill
  • Water Tanks:
    • 105 Gallon fresh water tank
    • 65 Gallon grey water tank
    • 45 Gallon black water tank
  • Fridge: Dometic
  • Water filter: Hydro Life
  • Sliding wardrobe closet
  • Winegard antenna 

 

Our Upgrades

 

What We Tow

  • 2009 4-Door Automatic Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon or 2006 2-Door Manual Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon2YellowJeeps
  • 2003 Yamaha TW200 Motorcycle
  • Two mountain bikes

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The Inside View

This will change as we will be ripping out the carpet and installing “wood” flooring winter 2010/2011. Pictures will be updated accordingly.

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2 Responses to “Our Rig”

  1. kari says:

    Hi there –

    I have followed your blog for some time but never have replied on anything. I like seeing your DIY projects. On one of the recent pictures I could see your door for your rig with a diamond pattern on the door opposed to just a regular screen door. Wondered if I could see a better picture of your door? We want to find a rig and will bring our two dogs and I have been thinking how to reinforce the door so that the dogs won’t pop their noses through it. Was your door bought that way or did you guys make that yourselves?

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    Kari

  2. Jonathan says:

    Hi Kari,

    I’ll email you a picture of the door and see if I can find any details about it. Unfortunately, it’s about 30 degrees outside right now and I’m not opening it if I don’t have to. 😉

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