1972 Travco 220

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Re: 1972 Travco 220

Unread post by rcb » Sat Apr 13, 2013 2:08 pm

What is the gcvwr on these? Or another way to phrase that is how heavy a trailer can be towed by a 220.

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Re: 1972 Travco 220

Unread post by Acesneights » Fri Oct 11, 2013 8:29 pm

Well...I sold it today.... :( \nIt's going to a good home. Hopefully the new owner will be on here soon. It looks like it went to a good home.
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1977 Travco 270 Elite\n1974 Travco 220 Parts unit

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Re: 1972 Travco 220

Unread post by jones1972 » Thu Dec 04, 2014 10:56 pm

It looks like you did a great job on starting it. I am glad to see I am not the only person saving these gems. I have a 1972 Travco 220 for sale on craigslist now under Orlando Fl. I am sure it will go to a good home too.

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Re: 1972 Travco 220

Unread post by Acesneights » Fri Dec 05, 2014 4:07 pm

If you did not already, you can post a link to it in the Travco for sale section. All we ask in return is the direct the new owner to the forum.
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Re: 1972 Travco 220

Unread post by Acesneights » Fri Dec 05, 2014 4:07 pm

rcb wrote:What is the gcvwr on these? Or another way to phrase that is how heavy a trailer can be towed by a 220.
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1977 Travco 270 Elite\n1974 Travco 220 Parts unit

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Re: 1972 Travco 220

Unread post by rcb » Wed Dec 31, 2014 6:07 pm

@jones1972,\n\nDid you get your 220 sold? I'm still on the look. I've been seriously considering a 270 and adding a hydraulic suspension lift to get it up the driveway but still hoping for a 210/220.

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Re: 1972 Travco 220

Unread post by badbillybiker » Thu Jan 01, 2015 4:48 am

hhmm...have you thought about a "small"ramp built on a small trailer (Looking like a mini car hauler trailer scaled to your particular need) and backed into place when pulling the rv in or out and moved to another spot once no longer needed? Like 2 ramps for a quad only larger and heavier made to fit the angle of your drive mounted and hitchable to a pick up...?. Me thinks it would be cheaper than a drivable suspension mod on a rv and if you decided to off the rv... the same situation would arrive with your next purchase... \nJust wondering aloud...01/01/15\nBBB

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Re: 1972 Travco 220

Unread post by jones1972 » Thu Jan 01, 2015 12:43 pm

No I still have it for sale but we are contemplating keeping it. I still need the 1 space in the driveway to park my truck, since we have 2 motor homes in it now there is no space for it. I still think the Travco needs to go. I need to convince my wife

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