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My travel trailer remodel thread

Discussion in 'Other Builds' started by MJonAgs32, Aug 8, 2009.

  1. jberry813

    jberry813 The Mad Scientist

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    Yeah but it's pretty obscene. I had the same thing happen and ended up downloading my whole album from PB. When you download the album it reduces the quality down to 1024x768 size which is perfect for forums. Not like you are printing pictures off of it.
     
  2. MJonAgs32

    MJonAgs32 [OP] asphinctersayswhat?

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    Thanks for the tip Jason.

    I rehosted all the pics and added some more pics to the OP
     
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    Good stuff dude. :cool:


    I think im gonna start flippin through CL...you got a good deal!
     
  4. MJonAgs32

    MJonAgs32 [OP] asphinctersayswhat?

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    yeah I got pretty lucky. I eventually want to upgrade to something a little bigger. Maybe in the 23' range. For sure something with 2 axles. I can't haul too much inside the TT on just one axle, and backing up is a little more sensitive with one more axle compared to two.
     
  5. MJonAgs32

    MJonAgs32 [OP] asphinctersayswhat?

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    These pics are in my build thread. Thought I'd put them in here too.

    Yosemite on Labor Day weekend

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    Awesome job!
     
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    Got this (1985) real light back in 07 working on it slow.. I love the thing for hunting trips.. Jim[​IMG]
     
  8. MJonAgs32

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    nice! any interior pics?
     
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    You ever think that it might be where you were the dirty thought in your parents head? LoL
     
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    LOL wth?
     
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    Great job on the trailer rebuild. You got an awesome deal if the roof doesn't leak. About 10 years ago I bought a 1973 Terry 23' and spent the better part of a summer scraping the roof back down to the original aluminum and resealing it, replacing the old ceiling & putting in a new furnace. Once I got it in order I was the envy of my hunting camp!
     
  12. MJonAgs32

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    thanks!

    yea the roof doesn't leak. with the pile of receipts, I think I saw a roof reseal sometime in 200x so not too recent, but not as old as the trailer.

    I only use it in the summer months, and I cheat during the winter months. I cover the whole thing with a 10x30 tarp.
     
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    Just saw this thread. My advice is to keep the smaller trailer. If you go bigger it is so much harder to pull, harder to park. Especially if it is paid off and you have a place to store it without a monthly fee. I had a nice 19' 5th wheel, it pulled pretty easy but we had to pay $50/month to store it and ended up only using it a few times a year. Sold it before anything needed replacing. Got enough to pay it off and a bit extra, but no more monthly storage fee. Sometimes small is good.

    Really nice for hunting trips as mentioned previously.
     
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    Any updates or pics from wheeling this thing?
     
  15. MJonAgs32

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    Sorry I didn't see this before. But yea, we decided to keep it. At least for now. But no plans at all to sell and get a bigger one any time soon. When we start having kids, then maybe, but that won't be for a while

    I actually haven't brought it out much. This past summer I only took it out once. And this summer is looking really busy too, so I'm not sure if I'll even get it out. I've been camping a bunch, but I've been going by myself and I just sleep in the back of the truck. btw, I wouldn't take this thing wheeling. It's not set up like those TTs in Australia with suspension upgrades and sliders.
     
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    so you're upgrading to a full icon 2.0 suspension on the trailer??????

    no?

    It'd be kickass if you did... lol. i've thought about doing something like this a lot lately.
     
  17. MJonAgs32

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    LOL not that kind of trailer. Although I would love to have an exo trailer to bring on the trails. One can only wish :D
     
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    jberry813 The Mad Scientist

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    You got friends with tools and talent ya know ;)
     
  19. MJonAgs32

    MJonAgs32 [OP] asphinctersayswhat?

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    Dont' tease :D

    No but I'm not at liberty to add one more toy/project right now. It'll be on my long list of things in the future tho :cool:
     
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