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Old 09-22-2014, 07:56 PM   #15
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Old 09-23-2014, 12:14 AM   #16
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My Bigfoot is a 2005 17.5G. It has a 11,000 BTU air conditioner, furnace (not sure about BTUs), heated and enclosed tanks, AMFM CD player, battery disconnect switch, 3 burner stove with bifold cover, double 30 lb tanks, thermal windows, spare tire and carrier, roof rack with ladder, hidden TV antenna, microwave, awning, brand new refrigerator, temp controlled Fantastic in bathroom, 2 100 watt solar panels, plus all standard equipment. New tires purchased in 2013 with Bering Buddies for easy lubrication.

I live in the Denver, Colorado area but go to Mesquite, Nevada in the winter.

Sent an email with contact info. Look forward to hearing from you. Thanks.


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Old 11-09-2014, 09:05 PM   #17
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Not sure if are still interested but I have a 2005 17.5 CB Bigfoot trailer for sale in Richmond, b.c. No AC but a fantastic fan. In excellent condition. Just put on Craiglist for 14,800 Canadian....would sell for 14500 Canadian...not sure what that works out to American.....2-3 hour drive from Seattle......email if you are interested...to randi
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Old 11-09-2014, 11:31 PM   #18
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Not sure if are still interested but I have a 2005 17.5 CB Bigfoot trailer for sale in Richmond, b.c. No AC but a fantastic fan. In excellent condition. Just put on Craiglist for 14,800 Canadian....would sell for 14500 Canadian...not sure what that works out to American.....2-3 hour drive from Seattle......email if you are interested...to randi

Thanks, but we just got back from picking up the one we bought. Don't know why anyone would get rid of one, but that's just a new owner talking I suppose. Best of luck to you.


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Old 11-10-2014, 10:13 AM   #19
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Old 11-10-2014, 07:24 PM   #20
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We need pictures of your new to you trailer. What did you get?

We purchased a 2005 Bigfoot 17.5G. There's a photo I posted on the "Hi I'm new" forum, parked outside the Camping World in Spokane, WA. We picked it up in Idaho and spent 6 days on a maiden (for us!) voyage just taking a leisurely return trip to Western WA. It has it all including 2 solar panels. The PO already had it winterized so we took a huge leap of faith on that but everything looks like new. She took wonderful care of it. Now I need to wade through all the manuals. Good winter reading! And I can jump into absorbing the very polarized discussion on towing with propane on or off since the fridge is only propane or 120v. The Tahoe definitely knew it was there from the weight, but the weight distribution and sway control hitch made it rock solid. We are so looking forward to enjoying it and are planning on meeting everyone who comes to the Columbia (Maryhill?) next May if not sooner.


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