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Old 12-14-2012, 06:25 PM   #15
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While having service done at Cummins in North Little Rock a fellow came in with a 54' Class 'C' that he uses to pulls a 45' trailer to Sooner games. Wow, wouldn't want to meet him in a curve.
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Old 12-14-2012, 06:58 PM   #16
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Most of the time when you see trailers like these with (AC) units on top they are race car trailer and need AC while working on race cars .
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Old 12-15-2012, 07:08 AM   #17
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I have my Yukon, mitre saw on stand, table saw on stand, cabinets and all the other tools that I use for flooring.
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Old 12-15-2012, 07:30 AM   #18
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I thought there was a maximum length limit for RV and trailer!
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Old 12-15-2012, 07:35 AM   #19
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usually racers or track guys have those. They are premium quality units made by featherlite or other national fabricator. Usually they have heavy duty axles, air ride, etc.
Friend of mine had just the trailer custom made for his business... it was ~$250k. Then needed a tractor to pull it... another $120k. But he didnt have to pay for the paint to match the trailer... since Peterbuilt did the paint at no charge.

It did have full living quarters in the first 35' of it that could accomodate 5. The cab of the truck slept 2 others.
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Old 12-15-2012, 08:30 AM   #20
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Yah me and the father in law o and my kids call this her extra 'PURSE' lol OR 'CARRY BAG' as my daughter calls it,those 2 i'll tell ya got to love them,
never know what she will pick up when traveling sometimes i dont have a thing in it just in case she see's something we might want as she says
But love her to death would do anything for her, i think they call that love dont they.Hell she spoils me to. Its not the big ones that your talking about but yah i have seen some nice ones, pretty much anything extra they want to take with cars ,toys,tools,some have a little room and sink and bathroom in them even.
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Mine has either a Mini Cooper S Convertible or 08 Road Glide w/sidecar and a built 2001 Club Car DS 48V.
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Where is the best place to buy a stacker. I have been looking for a while and there is a wide range in prices.
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think I would love to have a stacker for my stuff. Have looked at them but have not bit the bullet yet. I mostly use a suburban toad as my trailer right now but sure cannot take the golf cart with.
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Racing junk.com has a few. If you want a new one, I bought Continental Cargo by Forest River, it's a little heavy (10k) but the price was right.
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Racing junk.com has a few. If you want a new one, I bought Continental Cargo by Forest River, it's a little heavy (10k) but the price was right.
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That is a great site! thanks...
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If the trailer is 10k and you add 2 cars at 4k each that puts you at 18k. Isn't the hitch rated at 10k? Did you have to upgrade it?
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If the trailer is 10k and you add 2 cars at 4k each that puts you at 18k. Isn't the hitch rated at 10k? Did you have to upgrade it?
The car, Harley, Can Am, golf cart and trailer is just at 16k....hitch is rated for 15k. I am using the fudge factor. Next coach is rated for 20k.
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