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Sold All Aluminum 16' toy hauler/camper

Discussion in 'Other' started by pvangel, Nov 2, 2020.

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  1. pvangel

    pvangel Team AARP

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    I have a 2020 all Aluminum 7x 16 cargo trailer converted into a camper toy hauler. All build pics can be seen here. https://pvangel.smugmug.com/Trailer-build/Trailer-build/
    full bath with shower, 2 fold out beds, fridge, microwave, AC, 28 Gal fresh water, 28 gallon grey water, 30 gallon black water. All Led lighting, Tv with antenna, Absolute black honed countertops, kitchen sink and plenty of cabinets. I spent over 30 nights in it this year and everything works great. The whole build story is here, https://advrider.com/f/threads/cargo-trailer-camper-build.1417754/ which should answer any questions you might have.

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    These are just a few pictures that can be seen on the links provided. Asking $18,500 and willing to deliver pretty much anywhere depending on the price.
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  2. budsboy

    budsboy I crashed the swing too. Supporter

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    What does this weigh empty?
    Thanks!
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  3. Abnmike

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    That is exquisite. I'm showing this to the wife, she keeps pushing me to get a trailer and stop sleeping on the ground.
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    DMack_762 Been here awhile

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    This is very nicely done. Can you give me an idea what total "cargo" size is there in the garage area? I see two mx bikes, but what is the actual space available? Curious if a two seater side by side would fit...

    Let me know. I'm very interested.
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  5. pvangel

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    I have not weighed it, I believe empty the trailer was about 1800 pounds. I am guessing I added 5-700 pounds to it which would put it around 2500? I will tell you that even when loaded with all items for a race weekend including full water tank and 3 bikes I can barely feel it in back of my Ram 1500 truck. I previously had a Fun Finder Xtra that was 2800 empty and felt very heavy when towing, really no comparision when towing.
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    I work out of town so can't measure but I do remember checking it for someone else and although it would fit in the floor space it would have hit the cabinets on the left (drivers) side.
    I will measure it this weekend and report back.
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  7. FlyFishJeff

    FlyFishJeff Gimme Three Steps

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    Where is the propane tank located? Does the trailer have electric brakes? Is a brake controller required on the tow vehicle?
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  9. pvangel

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    Propane tank is mounted on front of trailer, might not be in any of the pictures.
    Trailer does have brakes and they work great. If you want to use them, you would need a brake controller in your truck. You don't have to have it but I would strongly recommend it!
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  10. pvangel

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    Here is my quad inside just so you can see interior size.
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  11. MattLikeyBikey

    MattLikeyBikey Been here awhile

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    You ever in California :-) When I think of all the hatchet jobs out here... dang. Fantastic workmanship
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  12. Barry

    Barry Just Beastly

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    Looked at your build pics. Did you insulate? Very nice craftsmanship.
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    Yes, ceilings and walls are insulated.
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    Would there be any way for 1-2 people to sleep in it with 2-3 bikes loaded?

    How's floor space for sleeping with bikes loaded? Even if air small air mattress had to be laid down for example...

    Asking because I would really want the ability to sleep inside while on the road driving to my destination, without having to unload the bikes; if that makes sense...
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    One person could sleep in it with two bikes in it, I never tried it but easily sleep one with one with complete access to bathroom and kitchen.
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    Glenn247 Long timer Supporter

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    How tight would it be with two adults under 6 feet and of average girth?
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    My son and I spent quite a few nights in it this summer at the races, actually quite comfortable! With all the cabinets we have room for all our race gear as well as street clothes.
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    How about two average size adults sleeping in it with a couple bikes loaded?

    This would be simple roadside naps only while enroute to destination?

    Thanks
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    You would have to push one bike up towards the front and leave one in center? I have never tried that, would be very tight but might work? Rember it is only a 16' trailer with kitchen and a full bath.
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