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Old 02-01-2007, 07:47 PM   #1
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A long, long, long time ago there was a thread about a manfacture that made a slide-in camper that allowed the rear door to open like a ramp. The twin bunks folded up like standard toy hauler etc. Most of us could not understand why.
Now I want one, go figure.
Thanks for any help, Jimmy
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A long, long, long time ago there was a thread about a manfacture that made a slide-in camper that allowed the rear door to open like a ramp. The twin bunks folded up like standard toy hauler etc. Most of us could not understand why.
Now I want one, go figure.
Thanks for any help, Jimmy
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Old 02-02-2007, 06:18 AM   #3
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one message suggested http://callencamper.com/ Might be able to build you one they do custom work
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http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid...8879065.cfm#18879065

I a link to another site that was discussing them look like Fleetwood made one and Six-Pac
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Thank You for your reply.
That is what I have been looking for.
I just noticed you are in Farmington.
I stopped there in 99 to visit a friend visiting their grandmother and have gone out of my way to travel through Farmington ever since. Never leave town without happy hour and dinner at Dillons.
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Next time you come through let me know ahead of time maybe we can meet up at Dillions. Bring the new toy hauler with the toy and I show you where to play while your here.
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One of the men I work with has one but I can't remember the name of it (maybe Cobra?). I know it is very heavy and he had to special order a one ton beefed up truck to carry it. I'll try and see if I can look him up. He's on days I work nights. Scotty.
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