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Old 02-16-2016, 01:25 PM   #995
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I'm with you Guys on the tires. Way back I was losing Marathons and Put 4 new 16 in Alum Rims on and the last few years been use 16 in Load Range F- ST 235/85R16 Towmasters-- Big difference.
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I look at all the gorgeous rigs and matching trailers.........ya'll are nutz if ya think I'm posting a pic of my gasser and a 16' boring white enclosed trailer!! When I grow up I wanna be.....well, you get it. Heading off to Glamis next week. Please don't look me up!!!!!
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Old 02-17-2016, 12:46 AM   #997
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I look at all the gorgeous rigs and matching trailers.........ya'll are nutz if ya think I'm posting a pic of my gasser and a 16' boring white enclosed trailer!! When I grow up I wanna be.....well, you get it. Heading off to Glamis next week. Please don't look me up!!!!!
Wave as you go by. We will recognize you by the big smile as you pass by Yuma.
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Old 02-17-2016, 08:48 AM   #998
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I look at all the gorgeous rigs and matching trailers.........ya'll are nutz if ya think I'm posting a pic of my gasser and a 16' boring white enclosed trailer!! When I grow up I wanna be.....well, you get it. Heading off to Glamis next week. Please don't look me up!!!!!
I love the looks of the matching trailers as well but I will just keep towing my big bar of soap behind the coach.

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I have one of those custom painted to match trailers. Unfortunately the original owner painted it to match his MH and not mine. Sometimes I think a "bar of soap" would be better, but it gets the toys where I want them.
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I will likely have mine delivered in basic white or maybe grey so that it is ready for the next owner to do his custom paint job on
I just got to make sure the inside is how we want it so that for the next ten to fifteen year it will d=0- the job we need it to do.

We're getting an overHeight 7'6" inside high 24 or 26 ft, Lined and insulated with double side doors and ramps * for the new to us Porsche 911 C4 (Oh I'm Lovin it) and yet to be determined Side by Side, plus other toys and tools....

We'll get it this spring or early summer after I sell of the other car and the little trailer first that we won't need any more.

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I will likely have mine delivered in basic white or maybe grey so that it is ready for the next owner to do his custom paint job on
I just got to make sure the inside is how we want it so that for the next ten to fifteen year it will d=0- the job we need it to do.

We're getting an overHeight 7'6" inside high 24 or 26 ft, Lined and insulated with double side doors and ramps * for the new to us Porsche 911 C4 (Oh I'm Lovin it) and yet to be determined Side by Side, plus other toys and tools....

We'll get it this spring or early summer after I sell of the other car and the little trailer first that we won't need any more.

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Sounds awesome Ed. Please make sure to post up some detailed pictures of your new trailer when you get it. Congrats.

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Evolutn. What brand is the trailer?
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Old 02-19-2016, 07:42 PM   #1003
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I have one of those custom painted to match trailers. Unfortunately the original owner painted it to match his MH and not mine. Sometimes I think a "bar of soap" would be better, but it gets the toys where I want them.
Thats what they make vinyl wraps for. 1/3 the proice of paint and you can change it very few years.
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Thats what they make vinyl wraps for. 1/3 the proice of paint and you can change it very few years.
Or plasti-dip
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I will likely have mine delivered in basic white or maybe grey so that it is ready for the next owner to do his custom paint job on
I just got to make sure the inside is how we want it so that for the next ten to fifteen year it will d=0- the job we need it to do.

We're getting an overHeight 7'6" inside high 24 or 26 ft, Lined and insulated with double side doors and ramps * for the new to us Porsche 911 C4 (Oh I'm Lovin it) and yet to be determined Side by Side, plus other toys and tools....

We'll get it this spring or early summer after I sell of the other car and the little trailer first that we won't need any more.

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I spoke to folks who do the wrap on cars, trailers, etc. Their advice was black was the best base color for wraps as any 'chips' in the plastic were less visible.

If you get the 50 gauge siding it was only available in white or black. Lighter gauges have more color options.
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Evolutn. What brand is the trailer?
SIMS5 - The trailer is an ATC Quest. The dealer we worked with is just a couple of miles from them in Nappanee IN and they worked to develop the details for customization (tie downs, ramp to accommodate my low-clearance car, paint, etc. We dealt with John Moore from Moore Custom Trailers in Nappanee.
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I have been trying to figure out how to bring my jeep and a boat along, exactly what I want to see! The enclosed stackers are way out of my budget... I have wrangler unlimited and am looking for a Seadoo speedster, the 15ft version.... Is it possible to put a boat on a trailer on top of a trailer like you have? Or would it be to high?

What trailer do you have and did they make it a staker or is that something you did?
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