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Old 06-09-2015, 07:08 PM   #1
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With of Silverback 33ik

I want to know the total width of the Silverback 33IK with the pull outs as I want to build a trailer pad.

If anyone has good ideas on building a pad (I have and easement so I don't want to build anything permanent, like concrete of asphalt). I have and idea which is building a crushed gravel pad like I did for my Ultralight 25ft Lynx Prowler, but my main concern is the frame; I used 2x4, but not really good enough. I was thinking of 4x4 with rebar to hold them in place and 4 in of gravel should do it. As for under the tires....I don't really like the pressure treated 2x10 I have right now as they eventually split.

Thanks for the info.


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Old 06-09-2015, 09:05 PM   #2
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trailer with slides in is 97" wide. the kitchen slide is 24" and the slide with the table is 38" for a full open width of 150" or 12'6". i was wondering the same thing when i was looking at buying mine and took me a little bit to get the full width
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