MT 1991 Bigfoot 5th wheel 26' Fiberglass trailer - Fiberglass RV

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Old 04-26-2015, 08:48 AM   #1
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1991 Bigfoot 5th wheel 26' Fiberglass trailer

1991 Bigfoot Four Seasons 26' Fiberglass bodied 5th wheel trailer. This trailer imported 5th wheel trailer from Canada. We have owned the trailer for 5 years.

Trailer has:
Large 4-burner Atwood gas stove with an oven
Servel 3-way refrigerator
Dometic A/C with heat pump
Oak cabinet doors
Pull out couch for sleeping
Kitchen table folds down into bed
Ample storage through out trailer
2-8gal. On-board updated propane tanks
4D RV Deep Cell 12volt battery
Rubber EPDM Roof
Dometic 13,500btu A/C unit with heat pump
10 Gallon Hot water heater
16' awning
Privacy Bronze glass with Storm windows on inside
Fiberglass shower and tub with Day-liter sky-light
Ample compartment storage
Front Electric Jacks
Rear manual jacks

Recent Upgrades:
55amp inverter
Atwood 30,000btu furnace and thermostat
Sure-flow water pump
Brushed nickel faucets kitchen and bathroom
Tempurpedic like memory foam queen mattress
Easy Heat pipe wrap on all internal pipes
2-Day-Liter Metal self flanging skylights. (Made for flat roofs)
Cooper radials with less than 1500 miles.
4-Camco vent covers (white)
LED light fixtures through out trailer
Newer Linoleum installed in 2006
Servel refrigerator refurbished/updated in 2011
Axles were flipped and 4" added by professional welder (Now you can change the tire easily) and tow behind a newer truck as they are taller in the bed sides.

We also have available 1-110 gallon propane tank and regulator. Tank is one year old and is a $900 dollar value. 40% propane left.

Trailer is 22 years old. It's not perfect but is a very nice imported all fiberglass 5th wheel trailer. 5th-wheel trailer imported from Canada in 2010/2011 All paperwork is in order and clear of any liens.

I can honestly say that if your doing any winter camping late in the North Dakota/Montana season this camper will keep you nice and warm. With the Arctic Package already in place and heated it makes for comfortable living quarters. We have personally used it in -40+ conditions and the pipes and water did fine.

What does it need right now? 1-window...Template already made. $120-150 fix. (This was broken due to my rigorous cleaning schedule) Being a window installer I will gladly do this for you.

If you want to see trailer please call. If you want to ask questions. Just email me or send PM.

We are selling due to lack of space to store the trailer as we just purchased a house. We are asking $6500. We also have a 50' Camco heated hose $350.00
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Old 04-26-2015, 09:09 AM   #2
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We do apologize about the pictures...we cannot figure out how to right the pics....All the pics from my computer are edit features here to do so....Any help would be appreciated.

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Old 04-26-2015, 09:21 AM   #3
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Don't know what causes this either but have seen it happen here as well as some other forums. You might try editing your own message, then deleting the misbehaving images, then try to upload once again. Perhaps one at a time.

Regardless welcome. We're just west of you over in the Bozone.
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Old 04-26-2015, 09:34 AM   #4
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OK...I have tried to fix the photos...Now they are worse....If you all need pics sent...just send me a PM.

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Old 04-26-2015, 10:00 AM   #5
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Manufactures/CSA Certificate

In-case anyone is asking or wondering. I have attached the CSA/Mfg identification certificate located inside closet door.

It's basically a synopsis of the MFG information and other important weight of the trailer:

GVWR 3125kg = 6800lbs
Factory Mass 2140kg = 4708lbs
Tongue Weight 600kg = 1320lbs

We used a 1/2 ton K1500 Chevy with air bags. All though not heavy but a 3/4 would probably be best unless you have air bags and a bit more torque than a 93 Chevy with a 350 v-8. Tows beautifully even with the added height.
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Old 04-26-2015, 06:31 PM   #6
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Some additional work that was done to the trailer. We removed the blue floral print and fuscia/pastel pink bed fantail headboard that was in the it all went. I then started the rebuild in the bedroom. Mahogany wood frames around each window. Still leaving enough room for the removal and operation of the blinds. It also adds an extra measure of privacy when completely shut.

The front fiberglass shell/bonnet was reinforced on the inside as the OE factory cardboard sub structure and fiberglass coating had come when traveling it would push the nose of the shell in toward the inner wall. So the inner wall board was removed and 2"x4" closed cell foam inserts were fiber-glassed and reinforced with mesh and fiberglass chop mat...1/2oz. -2 oz. by a professional boat builder. 3 layers were added then reinsulated.

When we flipped the axles we also took the time to clean...descale any dirt/grease/rust from the frame. Then repainted the frame with POR-15 black frame paint. Brakes were refurbished including installing new Monroe Trailer shocks. New bushings were also installed in the springs. Rims were repainted and shod with New Cooper 235-75r16 AT tires.
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Old 05-11-2015, 06:37 PM   #7
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Bigfoot Is SOLD

Afternoon...want to say thanks for a everyone's interest. Our lovely Bigfoot 5th wheel sold over the Weekend. We are excited but it's bittersweet...we had a lot of full-time RV memories. Can't say enough how the Bigfoot held up in the harsh Montana elements. We are wishing the new owner all the best and wonderful adventures....

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