Which Sizes Bigfoot Molded? - Fiberglass RV


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Old 07-19-2013, 12:04 PM   #1
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Which Sizes Bigfoot Molded?

I was thinking we will need a bigger trailer since my son with DS does not want to leave home EVER so was looking at Bigfoot. It I remember right, the larger ones are not molded but at which size isn't it? I was think that maybe the 21 foot is still molded. I looked at photos but none were great in clarity. Oops, just found a photo of the 21 and definitely molded. Is that biggest molded one?
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Old 07-19-2013, 12:11 PM   #2
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used BF go up to 25', not sure about the new models
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Old 07-19-2013, 02:10 PM   #3
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All current Bigfoot trailers are of moulded fiberglass construction. They are identified on the web site as "2500 Series" and have model codes starting with "25B"; the non-moulded trailers were a different series number (3000) and had "T" in their model designation.

The largest 2500 series Bigfoot is in current production; it has a nominal length of 25 feet, and two available floorplans.

I provided an approximate overview of Bigfoot model designations in post #6 of 25'B25FB vs 25'B25RQ?
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Thanks. I know that I had seen a 25' that was definitely not molded so thought none were.
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Bigfoot made the Silver Cloud:
A 28 ft Bigfoot.....
http://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/f...oud-50811.html

28' of moulded glory.
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Can I make a suggestion Cathy. You say your son doesn't want to leave home ever... maybe a bigger trailer won't change that. Rather than jump into buying a bigger all molded towable, maybe rent whatever slabsided thing is available in a comparable size to the Bigfoot you're considering? I do that first. Your son may STILL not want to go, no matter what size trailer you have.....
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