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    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Oryguns Soggy South Coast

    Thumbs up Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Picked up a 2006 Roll-A-Home King Size Pop-up camper.

    Having had several, including a Bunkhouse and a KwiKamp, was really impressed with this one. A little heavier than the others by maybe 40 pounds , but has everything off the ground when opened . Bed is huge - king size . It sets up about as easy as the others, and is a little easier to stow . No canvas covers when towing - all fiberglass. Can get to the cargo bay easily just by lifting the side when towing , and lifting a panel when parked. Really a nice rig, tows easily , but cuts into the fuel mileage .

    But the dressing room being off the ground when the tent is up is a really GREAT feature.

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    I agree this is a great Trailer. You are probably running 40 lbs more because of the king slide. Mine runs about 300 empty. Wish I had the king sometimes.

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    I have a 2002 Standard size Rolla-Home and really liked it behind the trike but sold the trike and went back to two wheels and bought a smaller KwikKamp and like it so far. Gonna sell RollaHome in spring.

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    I'd say you found the right website if you own the business

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    Sidecars Rule! ☺
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Northwestern Wisconsin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy View Post
    I got my Roll A Home in October of this year and loved it so much went back and bought out the business!
    Nothing personal, but I was really upset when I heard Larry sold out and the business moved to Okie. They're really nice trailers.
    Good luck with your business.

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    I will have to make time!!

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    Welcome to the site
    I for one like mine as I bought a used one last spring and in process of enjoying it . maybe you will start taking in trades ??????

    paint and body for twenty years Hmmmm.... maybe a flashy paint job as well LOL
    2018 Pearl White Goldwing Tour DCT
    Remember if its old and you are old its not worth as much as you paid for it

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    Hi Billy,

    Where in Oklahoma are you? I'd like to stop by the shop some day if I'm rolling through town.


    2003 Suzuki DR 650, The touring model.

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    We are about 175 miles SW of you in Hobart. Feel free to hollar anytime! Nice road trip..

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    Trades? Why in the world would you want to? I hear of people with 100,000 plus miles on em! I guess they're hard to wear out. I do have people contact me pretty often wondering if I know where any used ones are. I bet it wouldn't be hard to find a buyer. As for in the paint & body business for 20 years, I've been in it for closer to 36-37 years. Just been at this location for 20. Flashy? Definately doable!

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