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Old January 2nd, 2011, 05:39 PM   #1
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Default ***SOLD** 2007 20 ft custom enclosed trailer **trade for air conditioning*** $4500

2007 Haulin bought new special ordered to my specs. $4500

Rear opening is an extra 1' tall making it 85 1/2" tall by 91" wide. Distance between fenders is 83".



Looking in from the back you can see an overhead shelf I added that sits just in front of the windshield of the jeep. This allow for light weight items such as soft top, bikini top, chairs, etc. On the right I added a hanging rack for ratchet straps and also a couple hooks to carry dune flags. In front of the overhead rack on the right is a hanging rack for broom, shop coat, etc.







Up front is a wood work bench covered with 1/8" stainless steel. This allows a good work bench that doesn't capture grease and oil like a wood bench does and won't rust. A vise is attached on the left and a fold down can rack with dual paper towel dispenser is on the right. Note that I had them mount the electrical outlet at a height for ease of tool plug ins. There is also an extra fluorescent light directly above the work bench. The work bench is clear underneath allowing for a tool box and a roll out storage box. (both negotiable to go with trailer) Above the tool box on the left are a couple racks that hold misc items like chainsaws, coolers, etc. I planned to add a rack across the front but never have.





The side door is 48" wide. I actually ordered it 36" and it came as the standard 48". Rather than reordering, I accepted it. If I were to reorder it again, I would still do the 36" door. Wall space is important. The floor jack is actually held in place by a couple 2x4's screwed to the floor that capture the floor jack wheels. (Not included) When the jeep is loaded, the front bumper stops just short of the handle. You can see how much extra room is there for bicycles, gas cans, etc. This area also doubles as a great changing room after a day of wet muddy wheeling before you climb into your tow rig. You can also see under the spare tire a reddish color mat. This is an oilproof mat that I bought from speedway to keep all mud, oil, etc off of the checkerboard floor. It can be pulled out and hosed off as necessary. The red Craftsman box is not included but is negotiable.



Here is the extended tongue for use with the RV. I also added an ATV tool box to store equalizer hitch components.



No loose items are included with the sale.

Jim

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Old January 3rd, 2011, 08:19 AM   #2
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damn. So whats next?
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Old January 3rd, 2011, 08:35 AM   #3
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If I could just win the lottery.....

Good luck with the sale!
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stacker toter home.
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They sell Stackers just down the road from me and I dream of one everytime I pass them! Good luck on the sell Jim and can't wait to see the stacker!
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Yeah, I can only wish. LOL There's no stacker in my future. Actually, I'm downsizing a bit.
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Does it peel out?
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No, it doesn't. It's content to just follow along.
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price is negotiable
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At one point it says 1997 and then it says 2007. Which is it?
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At one point it says 1997 and then it says 2007. Which is it?
im going to go with 97 for the condition that its in.
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im going to go with 97 for the condition that its in.
You would be wrong.

2007

Thanks, fixed.
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I have personally checked this rig out and would be buying it if finances were a little better dialed in. Sure it has a few miles on it, but it is ideal for anyone with a trail rig that needs covered space and small workshop.

Good luck with the sale....well worth the money, wish i had it today!
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wow they wont do anything about the damage only being 3 years old now?
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1 year warranty. It's almost 4 years old. Salt eats aluminum. Other than that, the trailer is in great shape.
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Bump for a good deal on a nice trail.
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Good deal. Hard to find 20' trailers with extra height to fit offroad rigs.
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