Originally Posted by Cruzrmm
Travel for the "right" trailer is not a problem.
After researching the manufacturers, including quality control, service and support, amenities and options, style, etc I have decided to narrow my search to ESCAPE
, and OLIVER
My preference is the OLIVER
, but because of the limited numbers produced in the initial offering years ago they are the most difficult to find. I'm a little hesitant to buy an ESCAPE
or a BIGFOOT
trailer now (unless it was priced where I just couldn't say no) and then have to sell it prior to having one built to spec when OLIVER
starts production of the 17' sometime in 2015. Too bad I can't talk them into making a pre-production beta unit.......
Thank you for the links and keeping me in mind.
I was in your same position not long ago. I really wanted one customization to a trailer for specific tank monitor, but none of the current manufacturers would do it. I almost threw in the towel and considered a camplite even though it isn't a four season trailer and then I found Oliver. They already had the tank monitor I wanted and seemingly, many of the aftermarket modifications people perform as part of the stock design. I did consider Bigfoot
, but after heading to Oregon to see and possibly drive home with one, while very nice, it just didn't do it for me.
If I hadn't built the waste dump and storage expecting a 17' or I would jump on a 22. I'll stick it out rather than extending the building and having more concrete poured - for the time being...