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|Re: Any full time trailers? by ttbookjunkie|
|Congrats on your decision to fulltime. My partner and I have been fulltiming for two years now. We have a 24ft 97 wilderness fifth wheel and the two of us find it to be great. I have to tell you though that when you do sell the house and move into your rig of choice you are going to find that there is a lot of stuff you will need to rid yourself of. There is no camper on the market that can replicate the space you will have in your house, just be sure to remind yourself of that as you look, we had to several times :). It is surprising how much you can stand to loose (as far as possessions go).
Anyway...are you looking for a coach, pull behind, fifth wheel? Large and comfy fifth wheels highly recommended are Big Montana's! These are absolutely beautiful rigs but you are going to need at least a F350 to pull the sucker (the 34ft weigh 10,000lbs dry!). Bounder's are great coachs that are affordable. And there are many models by Fleetwood that will be very rooming in both pull behinds and fifth wheels.
Hope this helps and happy camping!
PS...really think about camping clubs to join if you fulltime (thousand trails, western horizens...these help to make any rig feel more like home)
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|Any full time trailers?||ray baker||8-8-04|
|Re: Any full time trailers?||ttbookjunkie||8-11-04|
|Re: Any full time trailers?||ray baker||8-15-04|
|Re: Any full time trailers?||shasta||8-29-04|
|Re: Any full time trailers?||Bird||10-30-04|