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Old 10-16-2009, 05:39 PM   #1
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Looking For An All Season Travel Trailer

I am looking for an all season travel trailer, that I can take to the snow and use it for weekend snowboarding trips. It needs to be quality built that will last awhile, withstand cold temps (properly insulated and heated area for the plumbing). I am looking at the 16-18' range. Please give me your opinion on a quality all season trailer.

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I am not aware of any trailer besides the airstream that is good for colder temps (below freezing)
The furnace pumps air below the trailer (where all the pipes and tanks are enclosed vs. exposed like most trailers) the hot air keeps everything from freezing..
A little pricy, but I found a used one..
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I am not aware of any trailer besides the airstream that is good for colder temps (below freezing)
The furnace pumps air below the trailer (where all the pipes and tanks are enclosed vs. exposed like most trailers) the hot air keeps everything from freezing..
A little pricy, but I found a used one..
WOW, that is a nice trailer!!! It looks to be about a 16 footer. If you don't mind me asking how much you payed for it used (you may PM me if you'd like with the price). And I am sure your truck does just fine towing it right, the airstreams aren't too heavy are they?
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It's listed as a 19 footer, but that must be from the tip of the hitch to the back of the rear bumper. You'll have to get into the high teens for a used one, but it will hold resale longer than other trailers, and not fall appart like cheaper trailers. Pulls easy too..
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