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Old 08-05-2013, 05:57 PM   #1
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Soon retired I am ready now to realize one of my dreams witch is to travel with and definitly live in a 5 wheels towed by a big Dodge or Ford pickup.
The first step is to détermine which manufacturer to choose. To choose the good or/and the best one ( used one ) I would like top quality materials
reliability, the best insulation and the best chassis to go off road also even if
it will be heavier than a normal one. So do you know some brand wich can offer these spécifications.
Second step will be to find ,among the selected manufacturers ,a 5 wheels with a cargo area for 3 horses ,2 at least , but with the possibility to remove the structure for the transport of horses to transport a small car.
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Old 08-05-2013, 06:06 PM   #2
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Soon retired I am ready now to realize one of my dreams witch is to travel with and definitly live in a 5 wheels towed by a big Dodge or Ford pickup.
The first step is to détermine which manufacturer to choose. To choose the good or/and the best one ( used one ) I would like top quality materials
reliability, the best insulation and the best chassis to go off road also even if
it will be heavier than a normal one. So do you know some brand wich can offer these spécifications.
Second step will be to find ,among the selected manufacturers ,a 5 wheels with a cargo area for 3 horses ,2 at least , but with the possibility to remove the structure for the transport of horses to transport a small car.
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Old 08-06-2013, 09:11 PM   #3
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You won't find an "RV" with horse stalls, but will find plenty of GN trailers.
I had a lady buy a brand new Lakota trailer. VERY nice, one large slide, one small, just maxxed out. One or two dumb building flaws that could've been changed by harder thinking.
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Old 08-07-2013, 01:44 PM   #4
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Hi Jesilvas
I consulted the website of Lacota but the design is more for a professional use than as RVs.
I would like that the cargo area of the toy hauler Is as much as possible flexible.
I must no be the only one in the world whom have the idea to want to use his toy hauler to transport one ore two horses .I'll continue to search for this possibility.
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Never seen it, but not saying it hasn't been done.
They are plenty of other horse trailer manufacturers for those who aren't riding the rodeo circuit.
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Francis 53, where do you intend to stay while traveling with horses? RV parks will not allow horses and not all fairgrounds have RV hookups. Good luck in your travels.
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A toyhauler to haul a horse...hummm. I know they make horse trailers with living quarters (LQ). These trailers are built very solid with mangers and heavy swinging horse separators that when shut the horse is not going anywhere.

A toyhauler could be configured with the same setup as a horse trailer but I bet the floor is made of wood...not good for a horse.
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