NSFW Fly, I've figured out how you can (but never will) move to Colorado

Duke

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I just tried to google up a Hello Kitty Amigo.

Turns out, it seems that the world dodged a bullet on that one.
 

Floptical

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I wish I still had that chop I did years ago of fly in the high heeled car. That was when I did Sacasmo in the banana ride.
 

Domon

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Where did you get the load for the building and furnishings? Still feels off slightly

I didnt honestly, it could be low. I just picked the top capacity trailer.

Trailer seems to be a similar double axle similar gauge construction to the one in the picture though
 

Amstel

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you're a whore, but in a good way. Kindof.
the difficulty you run into isn't always the dry weight of just the unit. it's the additionally weight of the water/food/cooking utensils/supplies/clothing/furniture, etc that you add.

For me, a horse trailer empty weighs about 3000lbs. if it has a GWR of 7000 (two 3500lb axles) I'm right at the limit after I add two 1100lb horses, a few bails of hay, a grill, propane, water, saddles, supplies, camping crap etc.
 

Domon

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Two 1100 pound horses is kinda a huge increase. And this house is too small for fatties.
 

Mr. Argumentor

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the difficulty you run into isn't always the dry weight of just the unit. it's the additionally weight of the water/food/cooking utensils/supplies/clothing/furniture, etc that you add.

For me, a horse trailer empty weighs about 3000lbs. if it has a GWR of 7000 (two 3500lb axles) I'm right at the limit after I add two 1100lb horses, a few bails of hay, a grill, propane, water, saddles, supplies, camping crap etc.

This is also what I was considering. Then you have stuff like the de-icing equipment to make sure that the water in the tank doesn't freeze

Edit: I can see 50 to 100 pounds of miscellaneous fasteners/equipment just to make sure that stuff doesn't move around
 
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Domon

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the difficulty you run into isn't always the dry weight of just the unit. it's the additionally weight of the water/food/cooking utensils/supplies/clothing/furniture, etc that you add.

For me, a horse trailer empty weighs about 3000lbs. if it has a GWR of 7000 (two 3500lb axles) I'm right at the limit after I add two 1100lb horses, a few bails of hay, a grill, propane, water, saddles, supplies, camping crap etc.

Water and sewer subtanks could kill ya in terms of weight. That could be 500 pounds a piece easy.

edit: 100 gallons of water is 830 pounds.
 

Domon

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you'd never need 100 gallons for that thing. 40 max. Still, it's a lot of additional weight.

i was figuring 30-40 for the hot water heater, and another 40 in drinking/potable.

Then again, maybe this thing doesnt store water at all, and you just hook it up to a water source for potable
 

Amstel

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you're a whore, but in a good way. Kindof.
I could be wrong, but those instant on hot water heaters are ideal for these situations. especially spacewise.

In travel trailers, the hotwater heater can be as small as 6 gallons.

edit: also, navy showers.
 
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