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Roof Top Tent Trailer - $7000 (Bend)

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Custom Made

fuel: other
rv type: folding/popup trailer
transmission: other

***Please Read Entire Posting Before Asking Questions***

I have a custom built cargo style roof top tent trailer for sale.It is small and can be moved around by hand, but once setup it looks huge. The trailer receives compliments and curiosity everywhere it goes. It is homemade so the fit and finish isn't perfect, but it is very strong with tons of cool features. The cargo area inside does not leak, but without double walls and insulation, I would consider it water resistant, not waterproof. The trailer does not have a title or license plate as the frame was purchased in Oregon. It weighs 1300lbs loaded with the water tank full. Oregon law only requires a title for trailers over 2000lbs. I have not had any problems crossing multiple state lines without plates on it, however it would just need a DOT inspection to request one if desired.


-35gal water tank
-Smittybilt rtt, anex, and awning
-2.4gpm on demand shower
-Pressureized hose bib (perfect for doing dishes or putting out the camp fire)
-Rtic 65 cooler
-Deep cycle marine battery
-Solar panel trickle charger (we've been camping 5 days averaging about 6hrs of music a day, charging multiple phones, and leaving the color LED lights on all night before voltage dropped below 12.0)
-Diamond plate floor and front utility area with D-ring tie downs
-Led amber/clear lense porch lights on both sides (in "electrical" cabinet and for annex/changing room light)
-Led work lights on all 4 corners on independent switches (great for cooking, showering, setting up...)
-Onboard smart charger/tender for AC power/charging
-250w Bluetooth/aux marine sound system
-Color changing led lights in electrical cabinet, inside cargo, and underneath (My favorite part of the trailer. It really makes it a party in a box when the sun goes down)
-150w AC inverter with 2 plugs (could easily be upgraded to a larger inverter. I only used it to charge my cordless tool batteries)
-2" ball hitch
-2x 7500lb stabilization Jack's on rear (yes, that's overkill)
-20lb propane bottle w/ wye adapter to use an extra hose for bbq or anything else
-2500lb leaf spring axle with 15" Jeep wheels (good tread)
-Jeep style square fenders
-Dual 2.4a USB charger with battery voltage readout
-2 way bubble level on tongue (no need to sleep at an angle)
-Round trailer plug so vehicle charges battery
-Led running/tail lights
-Keyed locks on both cargo door and electrical cabinet
-2"x 2" Structural grade square tube tent rack
-3/4" CDX enamel painted plywood cargo box

Call/text/email with any other questions. I also have a few pictures of the build if interested. Please don't waste my time, and I won't waste yours. Thank you
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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