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Old December 8th, 2010, 12:24 PM   #13
whiterhino
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After owning 2 different enclosed trailers here's my advice. Buy a good one, don't buy the cheapest. Spend the extra money on the 30 amp wiring, flourescent lights and insulated roof. Take the time to specify the locations of the outlets based on where you want to put cabinets, workbench, etc. DO NOT get an extended height side door. This will allow you to put an awing on it if you want. For me, I also wish I only had a 3' wide door instead of the standard 4'. That gives you more wall space. But, if you think you want to put something wide in the side, you may want it. Make sure you DO get the side door with the RV latch. Using the cam bar to keep the side door closed is a PITA. Make sure you get the extended tongue. That way, if you ever tow it with an RV, you won't have a problem. A spare tire is cheaper if you buy it with the trailer.
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