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post #41 of 98 Old 10-26-2014, 11:15 PM Thread Starter
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^^^No way dude! Wallpaper!

I've thought about the wall unit too. I like it cold when I'm sleeping. Was trying to think of a good way to set one up in a trailer though. Would it need to be roof mounted? What about the extra wind resistance? Can it be removed? These are questions I need answers to, Lol

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I have done that once but I now bring a tent. I really need to get an enclosed trailer!! Maybe Stealth can pick me up when he gets his trailer and we can split gas and snuggle in the trailer.

Not doin the body heat thing unless we're in some kind of "Alive" scenario. Thankfully this is Florida so that's highly unlikely.
I'd be down to pick you up and split the gas though, at least while its just a day trip ; )

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If I had better internet I would google that for you Stealth. Maybe there is a pimp my trailer forum out there. Plan on painting my walls and putting some kind of flooring done. The fold down bed idea seems pretty cool. Pitbull restraints are a must as well.

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Yeah, I'm just bein lazy. The fold down beds do sound pretty bad ass, as long as there's room to hang spare tires, etc. PBTR's are Definitely a Must.

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Not doin the body heat thing unless we're in some kind of "Alive" scenario. Thankfully this is Florida so that's highly unlikely.
I'd be down to pick you up and split the gas though, at least while its just a day trip ; )
I hate doing one day at the track. I feel like I get my money's worth when I do Saturday and Sunday. Don't worry I would pack a tent so you get your trailer to yourself. My Dad's house isn't to far from PBIR either. We could also go raid Busa Captain's place.

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Sounds cool man

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Checkin some out, ranging all the way from $100-1000+
Can probably find something good for around $300-400 though

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Roof top a\c aka camper you can get them with heat as well about 6/8" tall
Nice thing about the pit bull you remove the latches and put the air mattress right over the mounting plates.
I consider a whole house unit uses like a vacuum type house to vent

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I need to make more money!!

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Am I the only one who uses my backseat as a bed?
I'm too damned old and creaky to do that. And if I did, I wouldn't be able to ride the next day.

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