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Who makes tall trailers?

Hello,I'm new to the wonderful world of trailers and my goal is to get one in a few years. Many of my family members are over 6 feet tall with about four of them 6'6" (give or take an inch). Do you…Continue

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Started Aug 2, 2013


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No RV but Want one
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Olympia, WA
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Currently live in Olympia, work in Yelm, attend school full-time in Seattle. Facing a 140 mile commute most of the week. When I graduate, I want to go on a massive road trip. Not fond of hotels so I want my own trailer. I haven't gone camping in a trailer since the Bush Administration (before Clinton) and there hasn't been a trailer in the family since Bush Jr. was in office. So entering into this completely new.
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My own kitchen, bed, bathroom, privacy, and yet able to check out the world.

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At 10:36pm on August 5, 2013, Gary Sebastian said…

RV's with slides have only been around for 15 years or so and so they don't register on my vintage meter. I am considering however, adding a slide to my 1960 Flxible motorhome, I don't think anyone has attempted that yet. I really like the 40 to 60 year old stuff that was well built. I don't think you'll see a lot of the newer RV's last that long.

At 8:57pm on August 2, 2013, Gary Sebastian said…

Welcome Seahorsefan, I usually spend summers on a boat in Blaine, presently living in a vintage Spartanette in Texas. Find your rig and hit the road, you'll be glad you did.




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