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    One look at those pics, and I thought, "I was right the first time - trailer meth!"

    But then I thought, you've got that humongous engine back there, why not put it to work?
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    My parents always had Conway trailer tents when I was a kid. The kitchen unit on those has drop down legs & comes away from the back of the trailer on rails so that it can be moved into the main part of the tent for cooking.

    Just some pics I found online.

    fixed to the trailer with the legs dropped:





    One in a tent...


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    My dealer pulls a trailer everywhere with a lightweight flatbed trailer sporting a car top carrier. He extended the tongue.

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