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Old 11-14-2013, 06:46 AM   #85
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This is a nice clean looking rig. I really like it.

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Old 11-14-2013, 07:41 PM   #86
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31 ft winnebago and 23 ft north river. Around 56 ft overall

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Old 11-15-2013, 06:40 AM   #87
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Here's another.
WOW!!

That is NICE.

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Never measured, but I believe I am about 71-72'
Very nice.

Does the door on the right side of the trailer open traditionally as well or only as a ramp? I ask because I have seen some on T&E trailers that are a ramp but also hinged to open outward as a traditional style door. It is more of a door within a door though but I can't tell from the picture on yours if there is a set of hinges on the side.

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A lot of people hauling Jeeps! Nice
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73' but I think the height throws the DOT guys off. No problems and never stopped.
Got stopped this summer and "warned" I was over length with my new (read older) coach that is only 67' total. I got an Iowa "Oversize Permit" and one for Florida as well. Cheap and might prevent a $300 ticket.

Put a photo in of one of my customers who hauls his Offy-powered Bonneville Salt Flats car in his stacker along with a 56 Chevy wagon.
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Very nice. Does the door on the right side of the trailer open traditionally as well or only as a ramp? I ask because I have seen some on T&E trailers that are a ramp but also hinged to open outward as a traditional style door. It is more of a door within a door though but I can't tell from the picture on yours if there is a set of hinges on the side. Mike.
No, right side door is ramp only, on left side I have a traditional hinged door in front and over the fender well is a drivers escape door (I seldom use it as it doesn't allow SUV door to open, not tall enough.
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Not the greatest picture. I use to be 78' long with my enclosed trailer. It was a real pain when driving in the Colorado mountains. Way to long, so I got this instead. Works great.
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73' but I think the height throws the DOT guys off. No problems and never stopped.
Got stopped this summer and "warned" I was over length with my new (read older) coach that is only 67' total. I got an Iowa "Oversize Permit" and one for Florida as well. Cheap and might prevent a $300 ticket.

Put a photo in of one of my customers who hauls his Offy-powered Bonneville Salt Flats car in his stacker along with a 56 Chevy wagon.

It is interesting when the trailer makes the coach look small
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Not the greatest picture. I use to be 78' long with my enclosed trailer. It was a real pain when driving in the Colorado mountains. Way to long, so I got this instead. Works great.

Do you have the ISL 400 in your Mountain Aire? How did it handle the enclosed trailer power wise in the Colorado mountains? What was your total weight when you were hauling the enclosed traielr?

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Here is our 43 ft coach and 30 foot stacker. Overall we are 80 ft.
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Do you have the ISL 400 in your Mountain Aire? How did it handle the enclosed trailer power wise in the Colorado mountains? What was your total weight when you were hauling the enclosed traielr?

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I do have the ISL 400 and it pulled great. All loaded for two weeks full fuel, water, food everything else weighed if I remember right at 46,300.

I can tell you that I pulled much harder and left my friends 2007 Travel Supreme with the ISL 425 emissions equipped behind.

I have changed out my air filter to a larger one and I have the Aero muffler. Can't say it helped in the mountains but I did pick up a little MPG's on the highway!
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