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RE: Family of 4, looking for smaller trailer

Just an example if you shop around a bit. Found ours on Craigslist just a few moments after if listed. Checked it out and bought it for $2700. After repairs, I have about $6500 in it Things it needed/wanted: 2 new complete axles and 4 tires, battery, roof coating, converter/charger, and a few more small things. For a 25 year old trailer it looks new except for some fading paint. It's a 1995 Mallard by Fleetwood model 19n. Over all 21 feet long with 17 foot box.30 or 40 gallon holding tanks, full bed with dinette/twin bed and cabinet overhead that folds down to a bunk for up to 150 lbs. I pull it with no problem Chevy Silverado, 4.6 cyl, crew cab. even in the NC and W VA mountains
mgann 05/22/20 12:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: Newbie Seeking Some Information

FYI, I have a 1995 Fleetwood Mallard model 19n (21 ft total) tandem axles and it's about 4000 lbs. It's in as good of shape as it has ever been except the paint is wearing a bit and needs new awning which I rarely use. When I bought there was no evidence of water leaks anywhere and that is why I did, knowing it needed new brakes and bearings and charger/converter so now it is like new and pulls like it wasn't even there. So it has been good for 25 years and still going.
mgann 03/06/20 08:39am Travel Trailers
RE: *NEWB ALERT* question about TT up keep

Forget the stabilizers. pretend it's a houseboat and let roll
mgann 12/28/19 12:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: Repair Facility

Check listings and craigslist for a mobile rv tech. They are usually much cheaper and make sure to check their recommendations before hiring them.
mgann 09/21/19 11:54am Travel Trailers
RE: Cleaning black streaks

I've heard one could use Naptha but I've not tried it.
mgann 07/11/19 09:05am Travel Trailers
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