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Old 12-06-2019, 10:24 AM   #1
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vintage 1986 Fiber Stream, two owners, excellent condition, new gas lines, flipped axles, TV, AIR, new winter cover, more add on than can list. photos available. must see this one, 7000.00 OBO



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Old 12-08-2019, 10:50 AM   #2
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hi I got a message from someone on this but it is gone. please send again OK?
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Old 12-14-2019, 02:16 PM   #3
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Is it hard to use the toilet mounted sideways on the wall like that?
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Old 12-14-2019, 02:35 PM   #4
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As someone who has rebuilt one nearly from scratch I have to say, "WOW"!!! I've never seen a Fiber Stream in that good of condition. Someone got a great deal. Whoever posted and sold should connect the new owner with the forum. Regarding the toilet, as long as you are under 5'09" tall, the height of the bathroom/shower stall, its no problem. You actually walk into the bathroom, close the door and proceed as normal. The only shortcoming is an Oregon winter outside. There is no insulation in the walls of the shower. At temperatures below freezing, you wake up in the morning, use the restroom, and condensation from the fiberglass walls in the shower causes a minor rainstorm on your knees. We were about to full-time in ours while we built a new home in Salem Oregon, but after two weeks we downgraded to a bigger fifth wheel. Mostly due to the bathroom condensation, but also due to the lack of area for drying shoes, coats and things in heavy rain weather.

Not selling ours. Still our traveling trailer.

Good luck to the new owner! Awesome trailer!

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Is it hard to use the toilet mounted sideways on the wall like that?
My thought too... and the oven as well.

Of course the whole trailer laying on its side would make for dicey towing... a gravity distribution hitch might solve everything though.

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yeah turn yer phone on the side! sorry about this pics! this trailer is prime.
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