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1998 40' Travel Supreme frame and parts for tiny home build

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Great Value! Parting Out Travel Supreme: Perfect for DIY tiny home at affordable cost: $9950. 

We are parting out a 1998, 40 foot Travel Supreme fifth wheel. If you are looking to keep costs down on a new-build tiny home this trailer has many useful parts, including a heavy duty double 2x8 box tube gooseneck frame and custom made (for this trailer) Dexter 10k triple axles, pulled by a Trail Air hitch. If you've shopped you know that this size gooseneck frame new runs about $8000 and won't have the weight capacity of this one. Add in the other servicable parts and you have an economical way to get into a tiny home instead of forking out $100-150k for a new production built one of this size! 

You can find all the details and pictures by following this link to our blog: http://itchyhitchwhatsnew.blogspot.com/2020/08/getting-rid-of-old-girl.html

PM will work best to contact us. 

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Thanks; yes, it's been awhile. We're pretty settled now; just weekend or weekly warriors with our tow behind, although finding campgrounds with drop in spots is getting to be a bitch!

Still got the big rig though, but time to clear it out of here if possible. Not the MDT truck quite yet;  we may need it to haul some stuff out of Oregon next year. If we were younger and more spry we'd build a tiny house ourselves with the TS and put it off-grid on acreage in the Northwoods and escape some of this crazy social unrest. 😣

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