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Old 07-24-2012, 03:23 AM   #1
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I am thinking of getting a Forest River Cherokee 39H destination trailer as my permanent residence. I travel to many states and buy houses in bulk and then sell them and I am wondering how mobile this trailer really is. I am definately new to this site and the rving world but very excited about my new adventure. Also if anyone know a dealership anywhere near California that will understand and sell me this trailer, I would greatly appreciate it.
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Old 07-24-2012, 07:23 AM   #2
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Old 07-24-2012, 08:34 AM   #3
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A 39' TT to cart around on a regular basis? This depends on several factors--what tow rig do you have, how comfortable are you towing long trailers, how often, and how much $ do you want to be spending for fuel? I have a 29' TT that we use for weekends and occasional longer camping trips, and I can't imagine having 10 more feet of trailer to contend with. That's a lot of trailer to be pulling all over the place, dude. Good luck, whatever you decide.
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I could be wrong (never having owned a "destination trailer") but my understanding is that you decide on one place to park it. These things are BIG - This is a 44' trailer with a GVWR of 11,400lbs and is not what I would want to tow around to many states, as you suggested.

You will want to verify that you can insure a destination trailer as a full-time user who intends to trailer it everywhere.

Have you looked at fifth wheels?
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They're more like mobile homes than travel trailers. I doubt most campgrounds would have the ability for you to camp with one (as opposed to a semiperm site)

consider a full time type 5th wheel - one that has residential appliances, w/d, etc. Lots to choose from and a F250/350 can pull them and at your destination you drive the truck.
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