Originally Posted by Mike Magee
You did all those mods to the Boler, then you sold it and got a Trillium. Now you're busily modding the Trillium... bad idea, because look what happened last time!
It will cause you to sell another trailer! Cause and effect...
Too true! Actually, I am thinking of selling my house.
Our house now is great but does not have enough room for a "trailer farm" that I would like to have. When I retire in a couple of years we may sell the house to move to a warmer climate, and if so I will be looking for storage for 3 or 4 fibreglass trailers.
Seriously, we loved the Boler, both before and after we did the renos which made it much more comfortable. We only sold it because I wanted a wider bed, and my wife wanted a front dinette instead of the front double bunks. I was seriously considering emptying the Boler and rebuilding the whole interior so I could get the layout we wanted, but then the Trillium came along with the exact features we wanted. It only cost us about $500 extra to get the new trailer after we sold the Boler, and I like the extra 2 feet length as well.
However, now that the Trillium is more or less ready for our needs, I admit I am getting itchy hands. Last week I removed the seats on our 07 Chevy Uplander tow vehicle and installed 1997 Dodge Caravan seats that I modified to fold all the way back to form a flat bed. It was a fun project and made the back area almost as functional as my old Ford Aerostar.