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Airstream Name Eddie Bauer
Year 2012
Make Airstream
Model Eddie Bauer 25' FB
Length 25
2012 Airstream Eddie Bauer 25' FB
Overview First Trailer I ever owned. Knew I was in trouble when I saw it at the dealership with rear door open, after I rode my motorcycle in the back, it was a done deal! My bike is only an 800cc, so it fits well. I can leave 1/2 of the couches folded down and it still fits, tad crowded, but it works!
2012 Airstream Eddie Bauer 25' FB Exterior
9 foot ramps I use to drive bike up into the back

2012 Airstream Eddie Bauer 25' FB Interior
Pretty good fit, I have to remove windshield to fit in back door...that is the easy part!

2012 Airstream Eddie Bauer 25' FB Customization
I had to name her "screamer"

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2012 Airstream Eddie Bauer 25' FB Tow Vehicle
YES, I tow with a Grand Cheokee Limted 5.7 hemi
Hey, she made it up Mountains just fine with my bike in back...Good Jeep!
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Old 10-23-2011, 08:15 PM   #2
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Very impressive! We just saw our first Eddie Bauer and drooled all over it. We weren't sure how our Jeep would make out with it, but we wouldn't be towing a bike as well. I guess we could do it. We don't have a Hemi. We have a 4.7. Love our Jeep. Thanks for posting all your great pics.
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Old 10-23-2011, 09:32 PM   #3
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I load my BMW F800GS into the back of my EB. I put it in with a tail mounted Warn electric winch, which is also used to get the bike out of the mud. The ramps are 2x6's stored in the bumper.

I would suggest you secure the bike with the kickstand up so it doesn't damage the floor.
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Old 12-12-2011, 04:00 PM   #4
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Great to see the pix of your ramp and bike - now I know what to look for to get my Vespa loaded in and secure. It's so small, I may even get to leave the couch down completely.

I'll let ya know how it goes

Couple of EB questions for you guys - are you having any trouble with windows leaking, your shower door sticking and tearing the rubber drip seal, or your bathroom medicine cabinet and mirror falling off? I'm dealing with all of the above - not a horrible hassle, but a bit of a pain. Just curious if it's just me or across the board on these?

All in all, I LOVE my EB and wouldn't trade her - have spent maybe 40+ nights in her already, and only got her at the beginning of summer.
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