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Old 01-05-2009, 07:02 AM   #43
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Do conduct a search on "Ham" or "Amateur Radio" - there are several threads on here regarding using the aluminum bullet as a ham shack. Issues like antenna mounts, through-hull fittings for coax, etc.

And there's one big difference between trailers and ships: ships are a lot like airplanes ... when the space starts to seem small, it's darned hard to go outside for a hike! But with a trailer, they're meant to take to places where you WANT to be outside in the first place, so at least in good weather, the interior size is not too important.

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Old 01-05-2009, 08:33 AM   #44
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In good weather on my boat I jump in the water, or walk along the dock, beach or make friends on the boat next door and hop aboard there.


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Old 03-12-2009, 03:54 PM   #45
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Originally Posted by hampstead38 View Post
Oh, I imagine you can convince your wife... if anything ever happens, however, your wife will be obligated to remind you that she told you the 28' trailer was too big. Don't worry, though, she'll only remind you for the time you own the trailer or the rest of your natural life, whichever time period is greater.

My stock advice, husband to husband. It's not about convincing; it's about listening. Whatever you eventually decide, I suggest it will go better if you give your wife a full opportunity to discuss all of her hopes and fears. Whatever you decide, it will be as a couple.

Lets trade wives, mine thinks the 28 is too small!!
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Old 03-13-2009, 09:36 AM   #46
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Actually, I think the fellow that suggested "listening" had the key to an easy, relaxing drive.. Whatever decision you make, if it's made as a couple, will contribute to the "easy, relaxing drive"


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The key to an easy, relaxing drive is the in the connection hardware, setup and adjustments.

Very few combinations have this done optimally and most are done poorly.

A high end hitch like the Hensley would give you added safety and drive ability.

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