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Old 04-28-2007, 10:40 AM   #1
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Question Trailer Delivery

For those of you who have purchaced a brand new pop up, TT, Fifth Wheel, ect...
I have a "blond question"
How does the trailer get from Goshen, Indiana (Forest River plant ) to your dealers location when
completed?
I really had the DH going when I suggested that a "crane with those pincher
like claws, picks it up by the roof and swings it through the air and
deposits it directly at the location you purchaced it from then the dealer just
calls and says "its here!"
Can someone really tell me the procedure as to how it gets to its final destination?
And just as long as you don't tell me that the "little green men" bring it, I just might get some sleep tonight.

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Old 04-28-2007, 11:23 AM   #2
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Each new trailer is individually towed to the dealer by people who contract to the manufacturers to do that. Even the dealer's stock is delivered that way.
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I think Hard tops are often placed on trailers and towed several at a time, but for most TTs etc, Hokie's right, it's just towed to the dealer by a contractor.
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Of course the contractors are little green men, but they drive Dodges & Fords.
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Old 04-28-2007, 07:08 PM   #5
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welshmen599,

Is their a reason why thy don't drive Chevy's?

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I never claimed the little green men had taste!
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