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This page is dedicated to our 2009 Arctic Fox 29V

For photos and story on the Chevy Silverado, click on the bow tie    

Our upcoming trip to Alaska



This photo was taken the day after we installed the Hensley Hitch


Interior images

Living room as you enter the coach Living room as you enter the coach

The dinette is forward of the living room. We opted for the booth dinette instead of separate table and chairs to get the additional storage

Galley An overall view of the forward end of the coach and galley

Galley A close-up of the galley

Living Room Looking back torwards the entrance door is the TV stand and forward wardrobe and passageway to the bathroom and bedroom

Bedroom The bedroom as seen from the vanity area of the bathroom

Vanity The vanity

Vanity Another view of the vanity

Vanity Yet another view of the vanity, but from the bedroom

Bath We opted for the tub/shower in lieu of the standard shallow shower pan. The shower curtain rolls up--really cool

Bedroom The bedroom looking straight aft from the vanity area

Wardrobe The wardrobe area of the bedroom is in the rear slide

Arctic Fox 29V floorplan


Memaloose State Park

Memaloose State Park on the Columbia River, Oregon



Sitting in our driveway


The day we took delivery.  Note that we hitched up using an old hitch without connecting the weight distribution spring bars.  First, we drove directly to the Washington State Police weigh station to weigh the new trailer completely empty with absolutely nothing installed.  Second, we installed the Hensley Hitch the following day.

The Chevy 2500HD & Arctic Fox on Day 2

  A photo of the receiver installed by Northwood.  The installation included the 1/4" thick rectangular tubing and channel welded to the rear of the trailer frame rails, plus the two 1" square tubing side braces on each side of the receiver.  We requested that the receiver be mounted as close as possible to being flush with the license plate portion of the rear cap so what ever we connect to the receiver reduces our angle of departure by the absolute minimum.

How to build an Arctic Fox 29V

An annotated photo essay on the construction of an Arctic Fox 29V - click here for the basic photos

Under Construction

    Chassis with holding tanks being plumbed Another view of the chassis with the holding tanks being plumbed
  Getting the last touches of the interior done before the exterior walls are installed    
  The roof being wired    

Weight Chart 


This site was last updated 07/03/10