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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-23-2007, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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Wow...I think these Adventure Trailers are really cool. Now they have a set-up for truck bed replacements.

This would be a nice addition to a Rig.

What do you guys think?

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Wow...I think these Adventure Trailers are really cool. Now they have a set-up for truck bed replacements.

This would be a nice addition to a Rig.

What do you guys think?

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I think most of these manufacturers are out of their freaking minds for what they charge for these trailers. Go price a Tent Trax which is a fiberglass box and bit of nylon. Unfreaking believable and it only gets worse from there.

A nicer looking but not original idea though.
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yeah unfortunately, this thing is soo sweet but short of the knowledge and skill to make one yourself, for most of us, these TOYS will remain daydreams. It sux!!


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Spiffy! But its like eternal youth, everyone's talking about it, but you can't have it.



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Maybe this is what Dean needs to do for the Toyota, instead of building a flat-bed from scratch?



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I think that you need to check and see, my understanding is that flood insurance is available. One of the problems that the public may encounter is an agent that has not been to flood insurance education to sell it. That might have alot to do with it.. I think he said the other day that 33% of the claims for flood, were not in the flood plain. But, most people will not buy due to paying another premium….
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I this 4x4 adventure is the best for long road trips, this is reliable and should last a long time.
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I am having a adventure RV which includes:

* Solar panel.
* Two couches that fold-down into beds, or fold flush to the walls for hauling motorcylces and gear.
* Fridge / Stove
* Sink and shower with propane hot water heater and pressurized water
* Toilet
* Furnace
* Ramp in rear
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