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    I recently took the wife, kids and dog to the Oregon coast for a few nights. As usual, I packed up everything in my trusty M101A2.
    This time I even slung a bicycle rack on the front of it. Towed it with my Tahoe. I love my trailer.
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    I picked up a OD truck in Bandon Or. and regret not staying longer or even playing on the shore line for a couple of days. No excuses. I like camping as long as the generator starts in the motor home.
    Real trucks don't have spark plugs! Me strong a bull smart as tractor. James

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    Quote Originally Posted by Floridianson View Post
    I picked up a OD truck in Bandon Or. and regret not staying longer or even playing on the shore line for a couple of days. No excuses. I like camping as long as the generator starts in the motor home.

    MOTORHOME?!?! LOL Holiday inns usually have reserve power generation capability????..................LMBO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt X View Post
    I recently took the wife, kids and dog to the Oregon coast for a few nights. As usual, I packed up everything in my trusty M101A2.
    This time I even slung a bicycle rack on the front of it. Towed it with my Tahoe. I love my trailer.
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    Hope everyone had a GREAT TIME!!! Looks very nice.
    God bless,
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    Great use of an ex military piece of equipment. You have done a great job of making yours work. I am trying to get an electrical equipment unit like a 250 to go in a M-1102 trailer for camping during the military shows down here in Florida, they are tuff to find for a fair price. Post some more pictures of your set up if you get time.
    1985/87 M35A2C Wo/w Deuce x 2
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    2009 M1102 Trailer (camo)
    2009 M1102 Trailer (camo w/ hoops & cover)
    1989 M105A2 Trailers (6) One tan & five camo w/ tops
    1987 M103A3 Kasel Genset Trailer
    1990 A/M32K-4A Air Launched Missle Trailer
    2005 M353 Trailer
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