How many trailers to you own?

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1 tiny trailer

1 teardrop
11
37%
More than 1 teardrop
3
10%
A teardrop and tiny trailer
2
7%
A teardrop and larger trailer
7
23%
Other
7
23%
 
Total votes : 30

How many trailers to you own?

Postby beverlyt » Sun May 29, 2005 3:08 am

Just curious, since we have three! :oops:

1. 4' x 8' teardrop. Perfect for towing with my small vehicle.

2. 1963 Shasta 13' (includes tongue), for a little more room if camping long-term on our property and cold weather camping.

3. 1950 something canned ham (in the family for years)

What do you have?
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Postby David Grason » Sun May 29, 2005 4:04 am

I just have the one teardrop, as far as for recreational use goes.

However, if you're counting on work trailers, I have one trailer to carry my mowers, another to carry leaves in the fall and a 15ft tilt trailer with 8000# axles to carry anything from a racecar to a backhoe. I built all of these trailers myself. In addition to the teardrop, I'm also going to start building my boat trailer to carry the boat that I'm building. I'll be starting on the boat trailer Tuesday because the boat hull is ready to be turned right side up. I was thinking that I could go ahead and build the trailer now instead of trying to come up with some kind of frame to support the boat while I built the deck. If I had the trailer, I could move the boat project around if needed.

Future plans call for more teardrops for my family and I want to build a hamcan style larger RV trailer.
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Postby Geron » Sun May 29, 2005 4:05 am

We have two:

1. We have an Aliner - 12 ft plus tongue and rear bumper

2. 4x8 TD -- Almost finished :D - I can see the end now.

If you include utility trailers we have two more for a total of 4 trailers.

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Postby Marck » Sun May 29, 2005 6:33 am

1. Six-pack teardrop in progress
2. frame and axles for a second teardrop which will begin construction the day the six-pack is complete
You want to build WHAT?????

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Postby Dennis T » Sun May 29, 2005 6:49 am

Let's see:
1) Little Guy Deluxe
2) 18' Boat trailer
3) 7X12 Enclosed trailer
4) 7X24 flat bed trailer

That's it for now.

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Postby catrinka » Sun May 29, 2005 8:59 am

I'm not sure if ours counts as a teardrop so I chose other. Hopefully in 3 weeks it will be ready for the trip to Minden.
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Postby JunkMan » Sun May 29, 2005 10:26 am

I counted my TD even though it is not finished :roll:

We also have a 35" 5th wheel, and a 10' pick up camper (yes, I know, it's not a trailer).

Non camping trailers include a boat trailer, 33' enclosed car trailer, a 18' car trailer, 12' car trailer, 8' utility trailer, and a old pop-up that I am converting to a kayak trailer.
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Postby len19070 » Sun Jun 05, 2005 5:06 am

I own 3
1. a SlumberCoach Woodie Tear
2. A Palamino Expandable Trailer
3. An under construction Scad-A-Bout Reproduction Tear

Happy Trails

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Postby Ma3tt » Sun Jun 05, 2005 7:07 am

1947 Kit mfg Tear
1969 Siesta 13'
car hauler with a scca pro-7 race car on it
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Postby doug hodder » Sun Jun 05, 2005 10:32 pm

1 woody tear ( to attend Minden)
2 scratchbuilt mohogany boats on trailers
1 home depot utility trailer
1 1992 Coleman tent trailer
DMV loves me on this stuff, and since I moved here and did it all at once it's always due on the same month, not to mention a truck and a car.
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Postby Chris C » Sun Jun 05, 2005 11:07 pm

7' x 16' Wells Cargo
4' x 6' Utility trailer
4' x 6' Pony Cart trailer
3' x 4' Utility trailer
4' x 8' Folding Harbor Freight trailer
and a very soon to be :worship: teardrop trailer

My late wife said I had more ladders and trailers than anyone she'd ever known. :rofl2: :lol:
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Postby Gage » Mon Jun 06, 2005 12:00 am

Well let's see. :thinking: I have:
a 1940's something Teardrop (4x8 home built),
a 1964 Scotsman Tear (5x10 home built),
a 1956 Dalton (15' canned ham),
a 1959 Mercury (15' canned ham),
a 1959 Glasspar, Del-Mar boat (which is on a trailer).

oh, and I also have,
a 1956 Ford F100,
a 1959 Ford Ranch Wagon,
a 1987 32' Rockwood Motorhome and a 2001 Honda Civic (Tanya's)


And Doug thinks DMV loves him. :cry:

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