you jelly or my trailer bra?
I am not.
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Aw how cute, it's a battle of the little people with their tonka toys...Mines fiberglass
Those little trailers do not have brakes most the time.Whatever it takes to ride ya? You just dont want to lose those trailer brakes.
Damn right!Aw how cute, it's a battle of the little people with their tonka toys...
No brakes on my trailer.Whatever it takes to ride ya? You just dont want to lose those trailer brakes.
That's why I have a commuter car, but when I come smoking pass you on the grade, try and latch on to my trailer and I'll give you lift up...Damn right!
See you at the pump every 3rd week.
See I can't afford two vehicles, so I have to make due with one that does both.That's why I have a commuter car, but when I come smoking pass you on the grade, try and latch on to my trailer and I'll give you lift up...
You know Trav, there is a place near Ocotillo and Spangler that will bring you a hauler out to your preffered location. Or you can rent one to tow wherever. The company in Ridgecrest/Spangler will even come out and fill your water tank again. If you only camp 3 or 4 times a year, that may be less expensive then buying a new one and then paying storage fees, Ins., maintenance and all kinds of other crap that goes with owning one. You have to rodent proof it, caulk it annually etc.. And also towing one is expensive because of gas prices. When you add up all of those expenses not including unexpected repair costs, it may be cheaper just to rent. Perhaps none of that matters to you but it may to some. That is not to say I wouldnt own one if I could afford it and had a place to store it It's just something to think about.all this trailer talk and still haven't found the right one for my family
we will camp way more then that. I have been keeping my eye out for a rental tho. easter weekend if nothing comes my way to buy we are gonna rent one. good way to test it out too i suppose