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Trotwood Lark Camper Trailer?

     I own a 13ft camper trailer.  The only brand identification on it is LARK on the back.  It looks like an old Shasta.  I did some research and learned that the Trotwood company manufactured trailers long before Shasta and that Shasta was a cheap copy of the Trotwood.  I dont mean to insult Shasta owners, but I would like some information on my trailer.  Anyone own a Trotwood Lark or know anything about them?  Any info would be greatly appreciated.

     Thanks, Steve

Posted on November 29, 2014 at 12:27pm

I am planning to buy a lake lot to put my 15 foot Lark trailer on.  I will have a deck built and will be leaving the trailer there for long periods of time.  Should I remove the tires and if so, what…

I am planning to buy a lake lot to put my 15 foot Lark trailer on.  I will have a deck built and will be leaving the trailer there for long periods of time.  Should I remove the tires and if so, what do I set the trailer on?  I would appreciate any information.


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Posted on February 28, 2012 at 3:14pm — 2 Comments

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At 7:58pm on February 29, 2012, Joan Thomas said…

Hello and thank you,  I don't have a any thing yet.  Just looking.  This looked like a nice place to start.


At 5:11pm on February 28, 2012, Helen Waddell said…

Hi Steve!  hope you're doing well.  Nope, haven't been anywhere yet.  Still have work to do on the trailer...we've had so much rain these past few months that I haven't even tried to get back to it yet.  Got roof vent, wiring to figure out yet.  I'm slow about these things.  Mom has been sick and sister was laid off and moved in here so there's a lot of chaos going on since before December.  Nervewracking for this ol' loner.  How come you're setting your trailer up on a deck?  No more traveling?  I'm thinking you should take the tires off and maybe put it up on blocks...that's what I'd do but I'm sure someone with more expertise will respond so take whatever I say with a grain of salt, ha!  Whatever you put it on needs to be sturdy and stable so you can go in and out with no wobbles.  My little girl thinks she's a Rottweiller.  That's all I can say.  She's fearless.  Goes after the big dogs, tries to keep them in line, I guess.  And how's your baby doing? 

Good to hear from you.  Take care and keep in touch.   Helen




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