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post #21 of 47 Old 11-12-2010, 10:25 PM
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Ok, here is my rig. 1996 Sooner 3 horse slant w/ 9ft sw full LQ and a 2006 Dodge Diesel 4 door custom aluminum flat bed. I just got this trailer in August and I LOVE LOVE LOVE the LQ!!














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post #22 of 47 Old 11-16-2010, 02:27 AM
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my cute little trailer that I LOVE! It pulls so beautifully, you don't even know it's back there!

it is very basic model. it doesn't even have a tack room. but it get's the job done! and I love it!
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post #23 of 47 Old 11-16-2010, 06:30 AM
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Those lorry things are neat..never seen them.
If Ihad a trialer with living qaurters i would seriously live in it. Id prob prefer that to an apartment.

I live in my LQ at the moment and let me tell ya it's ok but I would rather have the apt. To much you have to do unless you have the hook ups available to use..I have water and electric but I have to take it to dump the holding tanks atleast every 2 weeks. It isn't fun but at least it is a roof.....Plus you don't have the storage that you really need. I use the horse area now for storage of my clothes, extras etc.

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post #24 of 47 Old 11-16-2010, 06:31 AM
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Can you write off the LQ trailers as a second home?
Yes....I know of people that do it...

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post #25 of 47 Old 11-18-2010, 10:13 AM
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I don't have a picture to post, but I have a gooseneck modified 4 horse stock trailer. The guy that owned it before me was a roper and went to a lot of rodeos. He was also a welder. he did some good things to it. made a custom saddle rack, put horseshoe tack holders and several small things that make it great.

I love the trailer but would love to have a 3horse slant w/living quarters. My hubby doesn't want a LVQ trailer because if we went somewhere to ride and camped, then if we had to trailer to the trailhead we would have to load everything up securely in the LVQ part. that would be a lot of work everyday. Those of you with LVQ tell me how it REALLY is!!! The good, the bad and the ugly of LVQ trailers and camping.

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post #26 of 47 Old 11-18-2010, 10:03 PM
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I wouldn't want a living quarters trailer unless I had another trailer for 'regular' use. -I mean, they're great for camping.. but if you just want to haul out for a day ride, or need to haul to the vet, etc. then it's a lot of excess.
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post #27 of 47 Old 11-19-2010, 11:32 PM
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my cute little trailer that I LOVE! It pulls so beautifully, you don't even know it's back there!

it is very basic model. it doesn't even have a tack room. but it get's the job done! and I love it!
Ah! I've been looking for opinions on these...I never see them around but recently came across them online. I'm sort of interested...they seem neat!

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post #28 of 47 Old 11-20-2010, 01:40 AM
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Well, I'll tell ya, you get a lot of attention. Everyone wants to look inside. =)

But, yeah, I do really like it!
and of course they do have different models with different styles of tack rooms. But I wanted something Very small. So I got this one.

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post #29 of 47 Old 11-20-2010, 04:38 AM
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Well this the car my mum drives (she drives me to events) of course not the one in the pic but its same modle, ect



Currently were buying a truck or float. We just sold ours to upgrade! Were looking at Coachmen Trailers, 2 horse angle, living area & kitchenette,2 beds (double), sliding deviders, swing out tack box,ect. So hopefully fingers crossed

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Rivanlee Mercedes Atego, Luxury 26ft Horsetruck 2008 MERCEDES ATEGO 1624 custom built 4 horse angle horsetruck, Its PERFECT!!

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post #30 of 47 Old 11-20-2010, 12:43 PM
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Jack of diamonds. Lovely dream lorry except for the fact that Mercedes ategos give a very uncomfortable ride for the horses unless the suspension is drasticly altered by pinning it down. The suspension is way too soft and horses dont tend to travel very well in them.

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