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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Right now it is about 3 weeks depending on options..
    Your welcome!

    Access to storage was important to me... Got be able to get my blow dryer
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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Me i'm not in to a lot of frills but the better half might want some, I just like being up off ground and setting to put pants on. Too broken down to be laying down and trying to get dressed. I'll give call when were ready, have to wait for all retirement papers to clear to access 401, who knows how long that will take, know one that left last year and took 15 weeks before she got her first retirement check. The OPM does not get in any hurry but they sure won't pay interest either. At least we still have the old 68 to use till we can get everything taken care of. Hope you all do very well in your business. Quality always sells best.



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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Thank you!

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by ImRubicon View Post
    I wantr fancy paint job and a few extra's like the AC unit sleeve
    I bet we can hook you up!

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    I'm new to moto and am shopping for a nice tent trailer and am torn between the Rollahome and the leesure lite excell. I've never seen a Rollahome in person which is my biggest hesitation. Plus I don't know the ins and outs of buying out of state and dealing with California DMV.

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Hoot, there is nothing too it. If you buy New, you get a Certificate of Origin from the dealer and a temp lic or your receipt that shows you just bought it, to get back to your home state. Go on in to the CA DMV and say Howdy I just bought this and hand them all the paper work you got, sign on a couple of dotted lines and write the check. Your done.
    Buy used pretty much the same way. Have who ever you bought from sign the title, take it in to the DMV with a check.
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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoot View Post
    I'm new to moto and am shopping for a nice tent trailer and am torn between the Rollahome and the leesure lite excell. I've never seen a Rollahome in person which is my biggest hesitation. Plus I don't know the ins and outs of buying out of state and dealing with California DMV.
    Hey Hoot!
    In and outs of buying out of state is a breeze!
    Im still looking for someone close to you with a Roll A Home so you can actually see one in person!
    Have someone in Vegas that has one but Im still looking for someone closer!

    Sheila at Roll A Home

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Thanks for the info and reassurance from both of you. Sheila I hope you find someone closer but Las Vegas is doable keep me posted.

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoot View Post
    I'm new to moto and am shopping for a nice tent trailer and am torn between the Rollahome and the leesure lite excell. I've never seen a Rollahome in person which is my biggest hesitation. Plus I don't know the ins and outs of buying out of state and dealing with California DMV.
    When I was researching campers I came down to the same two choices,and chose the Roll a Home because of the storage From what I understand,storage in the Leesure light is all in the living area when set up.Roll a Home storage is all under the bed,and is accessible when the tent is not set up.

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    I would think a forum on the Roll-a-home site might get a few owners to pipe in and give and get advice from others ?
    and maybe locations to show new customers ?
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