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motojavaphil

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Came across this website and found they claim to build a trailer "your way".  Seems like a neat idea and am seriously considering this as a means to enter the fulltime world.  Anyone had any experience with them?  Sure would like to hear about quality and price.  Thanx, Phil
 

ClintPouliot

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I own a 2007 Travel Units Inc custom 57. 8 slides, 3 bedrooms, fully loaded. Very well built, travel units inc is one of the top 5 companies that build custom 5th wheels in my opinion.
 

UTTransplant

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Nice to have you join us Clint, but the post you replied to was from 2006. How much does your rig weigh, and do you tow it with a semi? It looks huge!
 

Arch Hoagland

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ClintPouliot said:
I own a 2007 Travel Units Inc custom 57. 8 slides, 3 bedrooms, fully loaded. Very well built, travel units inc is one of the top 5 companies that build custom 5th wheels in my opinion.

That's amazing! Could you post some pictures of it? 
 

SLOweather

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Arch Hoagland said:
That's amazing! Could you post some pictures of it?

I found this thread and these pics on Flickr. Maybe not the identical unit, but quite similar.

http://www.rvnetwork.com/topic/117303-2007-57ft-travel-unit-5th-wheel-for-sale/

https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157651933615091/
 

Back2PA

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Should be no problem getting one of those into a national park  ;)
 

LarsMac

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I've seen a couple of rigs like that at the Rodeo. The back end had horse stalls, and the front was living quarters.
 
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