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GeoFish 07-10-2019 12:08 PM

Wanting to Look at a Bigfoot 25B25RT
 
We live in South / Central Kentucky near Lake Cumberland.
If anyone is going to be traveling near this area and has a Bigfoot 25B25RT or RQ that they would be willing to show us, please replay.

Thanks
GeoFish

Darral T. 07-11-2019 10:08 AM

Good luck! I'd love to see one myself. This one doesnt have a bad price and would LOVE to view it in person.

https://www.trailerworlddenver.com/i...-0517/#mainpic

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Originally Posted by GeoFish (Post 748337)
We live in South / Central Kentucky near Lake Cumberland.
If anyone is going to be traveling near this area and has a Bigfoot 25B25RT or RQ that they would be willing to show us, please replay.

Thanks
GeoFish


trainman 07-17-2019 06:31 AM

I've always been able to find the more less common trailers at fiberglass rallies. We go to them and checkout the other manufactures, that's how we found out about the Oliver. All being said, you can usually contact the manufacture and they have a list of there owners that will show you there trailer by appointment. Bigfoot does have dealers here in the U.S. as other fiberglass manufactures sell there trailers from there manufacturing plant and have no dealers. The 25 ft. Bigfoot is a 7000 lb. trailer, most I see are pulled by a diesel 3/4 ton pickup, if this is to your liking the Bigfoot is a nice trailer.

trainman

GeoFish 07-23-2019 03:31 PM

Thanks.
I will check out the rally at LBL in October to see if any Bigfoots will be there.
I looked at the Oliver, but it is too small.
The Bigfoot is about 39 sq. feet larger and has some items we like, like real beds.
I have a 1 ton RAM with a Cummings diesel, so weight is not an issue.
I am towing 11,500 Lbs. now, so a trailer under 7K is a light weight.

Bob in Maine 09-14-2019 05:24 PM

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Originally Posted by trainman (Post 749152)
I've always been able to find the more less common trailers at fiberglass rallies. We go to them and checkout the other manufactures, that's how we found out about the Oliver. All being said, you can usually contact the manufacture and they have a list of there owners that will show you there trailer by appointment. Bigfoot does have dealers here in the U.S. as other fiberglass manufactures sell there trailers from there manufacturing plant and have no dealers. The 25 ft. Bigfoot is a 7000 lb. trailer, most I see are pulled by a diesel 3/4 ton pickup, if this is to your liking the Bigfoot is a nice trailer.

trainman

You do not need a diesel to tow a 25 foot Bigfoot. My GMC2500 HD 6 liter gas is more than adequate!

Jim LaMunyon 09-21-2019 10:50 PM

Go to a fiberglass trailer rally near you. Look some over, and talk to owners about what they like and don't like about their rigs. Also look at any mods they have made to decide if there are any you want to incorporate to make your life easier:
Rallies, Get-togethers, Molded Meets (Upcoming) - Fiberglass RV
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTWw6kbNtKo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrJ-mgjG2iQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpXSesVv71s
https://www.facebook.com/groups/294810057844938/

Daniel A. 09-22-2019 11:42 AM

I've been through one and they are a beautiful unit.


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