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Old 03-09-2007, 08:55 AM   #1
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I am thinking about getting a 20' stacker so I can take the toad and the motorcycles or other toys. This would put me at 65' overall. How hard will it be to find RV parks that can accomdate me? Anyone have a stacker? Thoughts?
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I am thinking about getting a 20' stacker so I can take the toad and the motorcycles or other toys. This would put me at 65' overall. How hard will it be to find RV parks that can accomdate me? Anyone have a stacker? Thoughts?
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Old 03-09-2007, 06:34 PM   #3
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Send a PM to rebelsbeach. He has a stacker.
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Old 03-10-2007, 02:12 AM   #4
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I've created a shortcut for this topic in "MH - General Discussion" as well. You'll probably get a lot of traffic from everyone that way.

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Nice job Ron....

As the owner of a Stacker now for several months and a full-timer as well, I can offer at least a little unscientific advice. The first thing I can say is you need to pick up a copy of "Big Rig Best Bets" and use it religiously as a reference tool.
What I have found is that of course there are certain things you can and can not do, but I've not had that much of an issue with size.
You'll most likely need to drop the trailer in a staging area somewhere near the entrance to the campground,but as I found in Arcadia,FL that can be fun too!! When I pulled into Arcadia I caused QUITE a bicycle crash.

My buddy Murray and I pull 24 footers, but his trailer only has a half length lift...My lift is a full length lift.

Here is what I pull...



Here's my friend Murray's 24 footer...



Inside of Murray's Stacker...

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Thank you. I like both the photos. I am going to get mine painted to match the RV as well. Its a nice look!
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Barton, I will have my Stacker painted to match the London Aire in June when I am in Nappanee...
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That will be beautiful. Send me some pics. You will have what I consider the ultimate combo!
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