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Old 11-17-2014, 02:32 PM   #1
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Pretty neat - "side hauler"

Alfa Gold has a new model, the 3905SH out that has a layout much more similar to "couples trailers" layouts with their "Side Hauler" concept. It basically gives you a utility room that they have 3 different configurations for (bunkhouse for kids, motorcycle storage with garage door, or just an open storage room).

The price tag is way up there $$$.

Here it is for the bunkhouse:


This is one the neatest floor plans that I've seen. Reminds me of the center bunkhouse model that someone else had. The biggest killer is it is missing an outdoor kitchen and I can't imagine how they might integrate one.
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Old 11-17-2014, 02:51 PM   #2
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My wife's new 'must have' in a replacement or new trailer...the outdoor kitchen . Apparently she likes the idea of me trapsing out of and into TT with supplies and food instead of using the onboard kitchen for its intended purpose.
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Old 11-17-2014, 02:54 PM   #3
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My wife's new 'must have' in a replacement or new trailer...the outdoor kitchen . Apparently she likes the idea of me trapsing out of and into TT with supplies and food instead of using the onboard kitchen for its intended purpose.
We have had a outdoor kitchen for...like FOREVER! Wonderful invention!

Ours is first rate - it consists of a Coleman propane stove, a Coleman Road Trip Grill, portable ice maker and a cooler. A Y adapter on the water spigot allows for another hose for running water when needed.

What's not to love?!?!
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Old 11-17-2014, 03:32 PM   #4
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Nice! That would save me packing, unpacking the road trip grill (brand new; colours match the truck - red, chrome), the cooler and the electric counter top ice maker that we don't have enough counter for...
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We have had a outdoor kitchen for...like FOREVER! Wonderful invention!

Ours is first rate - it consists of a Coleman propane stove, a Coleman Road Trip Grill, portable ice maker and a cooler. A Y adapter on the water spigot allows for another hose for running water when needed.

What's not to love?!?!
It's hard to beat unlocking a door and flipping it up for immediate access to a fridge, microwave, sink, and stove. And when I'm done, I just flip it closed and it's all weatherproof.

I'll admit, this is the first camper model that would have me considering a trade-in. I even thought it would be good for my in-laws as my MIL makes furniture. This would give her a nice closed-off craft room.
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I'm with all the "what's not to love" crowd!
Wouldn't be without it.

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