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Old 07-28-2010, 01:35 PM   #1
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Trails West Campster.. cheap.

but most definately needs LOTS of work.

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Old 07-28-2010, 07:35 PM   #2
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"Pulls like a dream," tho -

I don't know if that means it pulls right or left
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I wonder why he added the upper vents on the front sides of the trailer when he's got already got windows? He's also done some other kind of mod on the very front of the trailer but I can't make out whether he bumped out the front or not. It looks like he put aluminum siding on the front under the window to cover where these trailers typically get a lot of chips and holes. Interesting. . .
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I wonder why he added the upper vents on the front sides of the trailer when he's got already got windows? He's also done some other kind of mod on the very front of the trailer but I can't make out whether he bumped out the front or not. It looks like he put aluminum siding on the front under the window to cover where these trailers typically get a lot of chips and holes. Interesting. . .
I can see that he cut off the front of the trailer (making it an "end cap") and lengthened the trailer body. The upper vents are in the new section that he grafted in. "Needs a little sealing up on extended part."

Most Franken-trailers have this problem.
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Frederick,
Luv the "Franken-trailer" reference!!!
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Old 08-03-2010, 06:53 PM   #6
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Well at least you can walk up-wright lol.
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