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Old 05-08-2011, 03:05 PM   #29
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Roger, I replied to your posts in another thread, then came here and saw more info from you on what you're looking to do. Not sure if these would be of interest to you, but I'll mention it:
KZ Recreational Vehicles: Sportsmen® 16FKTH
It's a stick built travel trailer (FG heretic hunters, don't shoot me!) with a ramp rear, and just 17' long overall.
Or try this:
Quicksilver All Aluminum Ultra Light Campers, Ultralight Campers, Lightweight Campers, Ultra-Lightweight Campers
Livin Lite makes aluminum framed trailers with rear ramp door.

Since Lil Snoozy plans to also offer "Lil Hauly" cargo trailers, I bet they will be able to offer a ramp door as well.

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Old 05-09-2011, 07:30 PM   #30
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Someone posted a link to a molded FG trailer that was meant for hauling motorcyles sometime this year. I don't have the time to look tonight, but that might suit your needs.

I'm sort of wondering about some of the legal aspects of your intentions. Are you maintaining your licence? Is it valid across the various borders? Insurance? I know for me, crossing any border would create havoc.

Another option might to pick up a used SPRINT (the Chrysler X Mercedes van) that was set up for side wheelchair access and convert that. Then pick up an egg to tow behind. You can leave your campsite, and travel to your patients.

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Old 05-09-2011, 11:48 PM   #31
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Thanks Joe, I actually spoke with them yesterday, and after explaining what I wanted, they did not think that I could do what I wanted with the Escape. The salesman said that the cabinetry and storage wells were actually part of the structure, and that the glass walls by themselves were not self supporting. Perhaps I spoke to the wrong person...
I dont think you spoke with the wrong person. What you were told is correct. They dont use rivets through the trailer body as they do with the Scamps or many of the other trailers so its not possible to remove everything from the inside and just end up with an empty smooth walled shell to rebuild it inside as you want it.
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Old 06-10-2011, 01:54 PM   #32
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Here is a potential one Roger
Trillium Utility Trailer - $2,900 (Winter Garden, FL)

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