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 Post subject: Re: Awning for a enclosed trailer?
PostPosted: March 23rd, 2011, 11:56 pm 
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All great ideas guys, BUT I had to talk real sweet just to be able to pull the trigger on a Stretch last year and now I hope for a trailer this year. :roll:


Brother...TALK SWEETER!!! :D
Just tell her that Mike and Bob and Hulk Boy and Nuthouse and Purple shadow and Slow Smoke all have one... Play the sympathy card to the hilt!! You will be the raggedest Stumps smoker owner ifin you don't have a nice trailer for your rig....WAIT!
You need to play the BATHROOM... :o NO :o ...the...PRIVATE/PERSONAL BATHROOM card.... I am thinking this will push you over the edge. Just remember to talk about the old yucky porta-potties and all the folks that are using them and wouldn't it be nice to have your "OWN PRIVATE RESTROOM"?

This is light work my friend....looking forward to seeing the new rig!! 8-) 8-)

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: OH Brother Mike, You are smooooooth 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-)


Many years of rubbing the bark off of my shins has brought forth the smoothness you perceve(sp?) I also worked midnight shift as the only road deputy in Lamar County and had to learn bullshishkie...FAST! :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Awning for a enclosed trailer?
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Oh Mike...... With your advice, I would be living in one of those porta potties next. :?

This is going to be just a trailer that I can haul Charlie in, to another location, all protected from the Minnesota weather conditions. I just thought an awning would come in handy to cook under, and with just a pull, it would be setup, ready to go? Also, if I get an enclosed trailer, it will be used for, moving kids to college, hunting trips etc. It will not be a exclusive home for Charlie. :lol: I'm not at the smoking level of needing a fancy schmancy cook only trailer. Although, it would be nice. ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Awning for a enclosed trailer?
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blues brother wrote:

Brother...TALK SWEETER!!! :D
Just tell her that Mike and Bob and Hulk Boy and Nuthouse and Purple shadow and Slow Smoke all have one... Play the sympathy card to the hilt!! You will be the raggedest Stumps smoker owner ifin you don't have a nice trailer for your rig....WAIT!
You need to play the BATHROOM... :o NO :o ...the...PRIVATE/PERSONAL BATHROOM card.... I am thinking this will push you over the edge. Just remember to talk about the old yucky porta-potties and all the folks that are using them and wouldn't it be nice to have your "OWN PRIVATE RESTROOM"?

This is light work my friend....looking forward to seeing the new rig!! 8-) 8-)

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: OH Brother Mike, You are smooooooth 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-)[/quote]

Many years of rubbing the bark off of my shins has brought forth the smoothness you perceve(sp?) I also worked midnight shift as the only road deputy in Lamar County and had to learn bullshishkie...FAST! :lol:[/quote]

Mark....I'm still splaining all of the smokers I've purchased :lol: :lol: But. if'n you need it, I got some extra room in the garage...much better than a porta-potty :lol: :lol:

Mike...I'm loving the...PRIVATE/PERSONAL BATHROOM card idea :D :D I'm gonna have to use that with the wife when I start talking Trailer.....oh yeah brother thanks.....think she'll smell the bullshiskie when it starts a flowin :?: :?: :lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Awning for a enclosed trailer?
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This post was well worth the responses I've been getting. :lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Awning for a enclosed trailer?
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:lol: :lol: :lol: I will just read.. I wont advise here,,, took me a forever to get out of the doghouse with the stretch. But I'm learning a thing or two that may just work from this thread :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: My thermopen wound up costing me a 200.00 the last advice I took...100.00 for the pen and 100.00 for her to spend. Wow how much jewels can she get to match on a trailor.. :lol: :lol: GOOD LUCK MARK.... :D :D

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 Post subject: Re: Awning for a enclosed trailer?
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markcp wrote:
This post was well worth the responses I've been getting. :lol: :lol:


We got a little off topic...again...but ain't it fun!!

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 Post subject: Re: Awning for a enclosed trailer?
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This post was well worth the responses I've been getting. :lol: :lol:


We got a little off topic...again...but ain't it fun!!


I love it... :lol:

OK true question..... On a popup, looks like a 10 x 10 is about the normal size? Do you go straight legs or slanted legs? :?

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 Post subject: Re: Awning for a enclosed trailer?
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OK true question..... On a popup, looks like a 10 x 10 is about the normal size? Do you go straight legs or slanted legs? :?

Yes. :?

They make both. I like straight because you can put two or more together. Also, the straight-legged ones are usually stronger. But they also cost a little more.

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 Post subject: Re: Awning for a enclosed trailer?
PostPosted: March 26th, 2011, 10:36 am 
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What Bob said! Straight legs. Spend the money on the better quality. Sams has the ez-up brand for 200 smackers. Don't they Ted? ;)
For those out of the loop, Ted has bought four of them in two weeks. Lost the first two in his sisters barn fire.

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 Post subject: Re: Awning for a enclosed trailer?
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straight legs are the only way to go and yes SAM'S for 200.00

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