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    Quote Originally Posted by billoftt View Post
    I love your little camper. I still maintain that A. They were fools to discontinue this model. B. Everyone else are fools for not copycating these things. I bet they would be a hit in the 4x4 community.

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    That's the problem. A hit in the off-road community is probably a drop in the bucket to major manufacturers. Only small companies are making trailers for the niche market.

    When I get this thing exactly how I want it, I'll have to sell it because it doesn't sleep 4...
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    True. I'll probably end up having the guys that made Brooks's teardrop build me one.

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    Although I think I saw a picture somewhere of a modded Fleetwood Neon that had a bunk-bed.

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    looks great larry, that should really help with the setup times. So its coming on the DBBB?
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    Did the issues surrounding property owners illegally blocking public roads on the DBBB get taken care of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 97TJGUZZY View Post
    looks great larry, that should really help with the setup times. So its coming on the DBBB?
    Yeah. The next step I'd like to do is swap out the trailer wiring on the tongue to a box like Tripp used on yours and a 6' coiled cord. That way you just unhook the safety chains, pull the pin, and hold the brake controller switch in the jeep while pulling forward (instead of having to chock or pull the breakway).
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