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Old 02-20-2017, 12:16 PM   #1
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I had been using a 7x14 enclosed trailer for motorcycle racing (CMRA, races in TX, LA, and OK). We either spent nights in hotels or on an air mattress in the trailer. I came across a great deal on this trailer, got the wife's ok, and sealed the deal. It is a 2007 XT-200 with a lot of options (per the brochure): AC, fantastic vent, awning, spare tire, rear screen door, Sirius radio (that we won't use), microwave, and BBQ grill.

Our first outing is this weekend where we drove down to Angleton, TX (SW of Houston) from the Dallas area. I was pleasantly surprised that I only got about 1 mpg less (8.5 mpg) with this trailer than I did with the 7x14.
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Old 02-20-2017, 01:08 PM   #2
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Congratulations! Very nice find. You'll enjoy it.
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Looks nice, congratulations on the "new" RV. Looks like we are going to have some nice weather for a few days. Have Fun
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I had been using a 7x14 enclosed trailer for motorcycle racing (CMRA, races in TX, LA, and OK). We either spent nights in hotels or on an air mattress in the trailer. I came across a great deal on this trailer, got the wife's ok, and sealed the deal. It is a 2007 XT-200 with a lot of options (per the brochure): AC, fantastic vent, awning, spare tire, rear screen door, Sirius radio (that we won't use), microwave, and BBQ grill.

Our first outing is this weekend where we drove down to Angleton, TX (SW of Houston) from the Dallas area. I was pleasantly surprised that I only got about 1 mpg less (8.5 mpg) with this trailer than I did with the 7x14.
Great rig snlsmith,
My first trailer was a 6 x 10 enclosed cargo conversion... It worked great for me, but the Boss wanted something a bit nicer... We went to a XT190 Xtra FF and I can still haul my ATV when the trip calls for it...

Great rig...
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