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Old 03-31-2014, 10:19 PM   #463
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What coach did you order? Are you unhappy with the Camelot for any reason?

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Entegra Anthem. The Camelot has been a great coach. We were just ready for a new floor plan and updates. We now spend 7 months a year in our coach so our needs have changed a bit.
Gotcha. Those are nice coaches.

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Finally getting around to posting our contribution to this thread. Got our trailer right before we left on our trip down to southwestern Arizona and California. We hauled our Jeep, RZR and kayaks in it and it worked great.
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Old 04-02-2014, 07:36 AM   #466
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The 3500HD will handle 1500 tongue weight and 14,000 gross weight. I don't think you need the 5000SD.
The one advantage of the 5000SD, if you run some serious miles are the wheel bearings are much larger because that model has a 6000-lb Alco-Axis torsion axle and is just more durable as far as rolling more miles between wheel bearing service.

If you have any questions or need to ask some questions just give me a call or drop me an email at jok@trailertoad.com

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Finally getting around to posting our contribution to this thread. Got our trailer right before we left on our trip down to southwestern Arizona and California. We hauled our Jeep, RZR and kayaks in it and it worked great.
Nice. Is that how you load it in the trailer with the trailer so you can haul the RZR to the trails with the Jeep?

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I'm brand new at this, but I've enjoyed looking at all the rigs in this thread! My family and I are considering going full time for about a year, and we'd need an enclosed trailer custom-built, to tow behind a class A diesel pusher. Is there a special thread discussing the best places to go for custom trailers? We are in Oregon and would like to stay in-state of at all possible. We would need at least a 14-foot enclosed space to haul a FIAT 500 and could work as an office when the car is unloaded (so, door, window, electric to run a couple TVs and computers, AC/heat, etc)...please point me in the right direction if you can
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I'm brand new at this, but I've enjoyed looking at all the rigs in this thread! My family and I are considering going full time for about a year, and we'd need an enclosed trailer custom-built, to tow behind a class A diesel pusher. Is there a special thread discussing the best places to go for custom trailers? We are in Oregon and would like to stay in-state of at all possible. We would need at least a 14-foot enclosed space to haul a FIAT 500 and could work as an office when the car is unloaded (so, door, window, electric to run a couple TVs and computers, AC/heat, etc)...please point me in the right direction if you can

ATC or Intech....factories for both in Nappanee, IN. Check for local dealers.
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Nice. Is that how you load it in the trailer with the trailer so you can haul the RZR to the trails with the Jeep?

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I wish I had a picture of it all loaded. We actually push/pull the RZR trailer in first where it attaches to a ball in the front of the trailer. Then DH drives the RZR in and loads it on the trailer. Jeep goes in last so if we only need that, we can easily unload and go. DH designed and built the RZR trailer and it turned out really well. I will try to post a picture of it loaded at some point. Thanks for asking.
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There is an excellent trailer manufacturer in Sacremento, CA.
TPD Trailers, Victor Takehara is the owner and you can reach him at 916-381-0532.
He can build exactly what you need, I am sure of it.

Tell him Jok from Trailer Toad sent you (he won't hold it against you! ;-)

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I wish I had a picture of it all loaded. We actually push/pull the RZR trailer in first where it attaches to a ball in the front of the trailer. Then DH drives the RZR in and loads it on the trailer. Jeep goes in last so if we only need that, we can easily unload and go. DH designed and built the RZR trailer and it turned out really well. I will try to post a picture of it loaded at some point. Thanks for asking.
Sounds like an awesome setup. I would love to see pics of it loaded/loading.

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Love this thread y'all, keep the pictures coming, love seeing other toy junkies like myself.
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There is an excellent trailer manufacturer in Sacremento, CA.
TPD Trailers, Victor Takehara is the owner and you can reach him at 916-381-0532.
He can build exactly what you need, I am sure of it.

Tell him Jok from Trailer Toad sent you (he won't hold it against you! ;-)

Good luck in your travels.

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Ohhhh, that may work out perfectly, as we are planning a trip to Yosemite in mid-July and we could pick it up afterwards...thanks a bunch, will give him a call!
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