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Old 03-14-2012, 08:33 PM   #781
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how much are they?
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Old 03-14-2012, 10:17 PM   #782
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how much are they?
Website doesn't have pricing (that I could find) but instead dealer listings.

First one I found on google shows this

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Stock #: N00359
Year: 2011
Brand: Micro-Lite
Model: VYMERON
Price: $15,495.00
Length: 14' 6"
RV Type: Toy Hauler
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I have no idea how that compares to say a non toy hauler egg?
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Old 03-14-2012, 10:31 PM   #783
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Some other pics, different website- but it is worded like it is the manufacturer?

Cargolite Extreme-- this one may work pretty well for Jurgen.








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Our Cargolite Extreme is now past the prototype stage and in full production. This newest hauler/camper is capable of housing a quad or motorcycle and then become your evening queen sized sleeping quarters complete with a/c, microwave and fridge standard! The whole package weighs in between aprox. 1100 - 1300 lbs. depending on equipment. The front is sloped down to allow the air to slip over the trailer adding to the smiles of the tow vehicle driver.

My personal testing has shown that a four cylinder Subaru is able to tow our newest camper with ease, making the Cargolite Extreme a very rare offering as a stand-up-in camper that can be towed with a small four cylinder vehicle.
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he Vymeron is our largest model, designed for those who need a bit bigger camper you can stand up in. At 13.5' and 1500lbs.it is one of the smallest and lightest campers anywhere. Built out of 100% heavy gauge aluminum frame and skin, sitting on top of twin axles, we think this unit tows like no other with your small truck, sport utility or medium size car.
and finally the CargoLite--- height looks to short to haul bikes-especially anything dual sporty???? Maybe a small quad?


(like that color )









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sorry about the picture sizes- they aren't that size on the website, but I think they are worth having for our perusal.
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Old 03-14-2012, 10:43 PM   #784
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Pricing that I could find for the CargoLite Extreme

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Trailer Stock No: 401
Part No: CARGO LITE EXTREME
Year: 2011
Trailer Manufacturer: MICRO LITE
Trailer Model: CARGO LITE EXTREME
Trailer Type: CAMPER
Trailer Size: 5 X 128"
GVW: 2200
Axles: 1
Suspension: TORSION
Doors: RAMP
Trailer Features: WHITE, 13" ALUM WHEELS- $312.55, POWER ROOF VENT, DOME AND ENTRY LIGHTS, RV ENTRY DOORS, WITH SCREEN DOORS, DELUXE WINDOW PACKAGE, ELECTRIC BRAKES - $352.45, FRESH WATER SYSTEM - $312.55, PROPANE PACKAGE - $319.20, PROPANE COOK TOP - $232.75, PROPANE FURNACE - $432.25, AUX BATTERY PREP PACKAGE - $79.80, ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE - $578.55, FRIDGE UPGRADE - $897, ADD A ROOM FOR RAMP DOOR WITH HINGED TOP - $419, BATTERY - $117, THERMOSTAT CONTROLLED FAN - $290, FREIGHT - $324
Trailer Base Price: $6,816
Trailer Price with accessories: $11,479
http://www.mcfarlanetrailersales.com...id=13&Itemid=2
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Old 03-15-2012, 01:07 AM   #785
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Not bad would be great for two and a bike on vacation .
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Old 03-15-2012, 10:14 AM   #786
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...I wonder if the rear opening is wide enuff to fit my hack in there...
Nice find Jurgen - Tony like!
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Old 03-15-2012, 03:29 PM   #787
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Heres one for $7850


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Old 03-22-2012, 09:40 AM   #788
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bueller..... you buy it yet?
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Old 03-22-2012, 10:21 AM   #789
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Our 18ft Hobbi. We pull it with our Toyota 4runner (v8 /tow package.

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Old 03-22-2012, 05:09 PM   #790
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bueller..... you buy it yet?
No, I'm selling stuff right now - not buying. Maybe in a year after the Jeep is paid for.
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Old 03-25-2012, 08:03 AM   #791
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I want to get a small pop up that I can pull with my Jeep TJ and bring my KLX 250 with. Do they make such a beast?
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Old 03-28-2012, 02:06 AM   #792
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If it just you .

Get out some paper draw some plans up.

Then buy a 6x12 haul the bike when you get were your going use the trailer like a tent !!
And you don't get wet !!!!!!!!!!

I do it with a 6x14 with a V nose & a air mattress. Daughter, son & me its all we need.I put some cabinets it for gear & a tool box.

As the daughter grows some things get added but it's still working.
Hell of a lot cheaper than a motorhome.
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Old 03-28-2012, 03:28 AM   #793
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I want to get a small pop up that I can pull with my Jeep TJ and bring my KLX 250 with. Do they make such a beast?
For a basic "get off the ground" unit, you may want to look at the Jumping Jack





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Old 03-28-2012, 09:08 AM   #794
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scamp made a really neat 5th wheel one
Here you go http://www.scamptrailers.com/Showroom.asp
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Old 03-28-2012, 09:49 AM   #795
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If it just you .

Get out some paper draw some plans up.

Then buy a 6x12 haul the bike when you get were your going use the trailer like a tent !!
And you don't get wet !!!!!!!!!!

I do it with a 6x14 with a V nose & a air mattress. Daughter, son & me its all we need.I put some cabinets it for gear & a tool box.

As the daughter grows some things get added but it's still working.
Hell of a lot cheaper than a motorhome.
I do similar with a smaller trailer (5x10 V-nose). It's just me and occasionally a friend. Works great for me as long as I keep it simple. Tow it with a 4cyl 5spd Tacoma. If it's flat and I don't go over 70mph I get just under 20mpg.



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