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So did they want a motorhome or a fifth wheel? Don’t try this at home!

You probably know at least one person who has trouble deciding what they want. Do you know anyone who has had trouble deciding what type of RV they want? Motorhome or fifth wheel? Well, if you know the person who designed (we say design lightly…) this RV, you do.

Did they want a motorhome? Did they want a fifth wheel? Well, we’re not sure, but they ended up with both.

Instagram user full.timervliving posted this with the caption, “Well this is interesting…” It sure is. It suuuuuuuure is.

What would you think if you saw this in a parking lot?

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Roger Hartgrave
6 months ago

That is one BIGGG TOWED

Bob Weinfurt
6 months ago

Maybe it’s a his and hers set up.

Skip
6 months ago

Motor home or 5th wheel. Why not. The cost of a truck could make one opt for this and by the looks way less expensive. I’ve seen slide ins placed on large utility trailers.

cee
6 months ago

Not my cup of tea but creative. Someone used what they had available to achieve their RVing dream. Wonder if it’s insurable?

Last edited 6 months ago by cee
Skip
6 months ago
Reply to  cee

Why not?

cee
6 months ago
Reply to  Skip

If I asked the question… it implies I don’t know the answer. I guess you don’t know either.

Tony Rice
6 months ago

I live in Sparks Nevada. My first thought was BURNER aka someone going to Burning Man.

Rick
6 months ago

Wouldn’t be allowed in our park. Only 1 RV per site. No matter what you duo looks like, if it’s more than 1 RV it’s not allowed.

Lorraine A Gehring
10 months ago

What would I think? I’d think it was 1970. Look at the cars behind the rig!

Dr. Michael
1 year ago

Someone may have had a brilliant idea….maybe.
This could be a class A motorhome that may have had damage to the rear or sides. Remove all of the damaged areas and outfit it for a fifth wheel. It may look funny, but certainly a lot cheaper than a semi with a 220-inch sleeper.

Tim
1 year ago

Because it’s a 5er maybe you could max it out with a dingy or a boat trailer?

Bob P
1 year ago

Stupid stupid stupid!

C. K. M.
1 year ago

Now this is how you camp in our social distant society of 2020, Thx for sharing your fantastic combo creation

Diane K.
1 year ago

I commend them for thinking outside the box! Clearly, alot of thought and hard work went into this project. I hope it brings them many years of “Happy Trails”.

HOWARD MALPASS
1 year ago

NOW they have separate bedrooms!!!

GL2 Garage
1 year ago

Anyone notice the fifth wheel hitch is mounted behind the rear axle and not over top of it?

Patrick Macha
1 year ago
Reply to  GL2 Garage

I wonder what CVWR they go by?

EdS
1 year ago
Reply to  GL2 Garage

Had to be adjusted for weight distribution. Too much weight forward already.

Bob p
6 months ago
Reply to  GL2 Garage

Since it’s a smaller 5th wheel so there shouldn’t be a real heavy pin weight, they shouldn’t have a problem with love bugs on the front of the trailer when they drive in FL. It does look like there is overload on the front of the motorhome. I wonder if they used 3/4” plywood for the base under the 5th wheel hitch. Lol

David Blomberg
1 year ago

Pretty clever, I say! Add a matching paint job and it would be a really sharp looking set-up.

Paul S Goldberg
1 year ago

I wonder if this is the tow vehicle pictured in the story. Saw it in Rochester NY August of 2019 https://photos.app.goo.gl/XA2XbBsp5tZ38NcL7

Cecilia
1 year ago

Mother-in-law suite.

Tim
6 months ago
Reply to  Cecilia

Exactly!!

Peter Sutton
1 year ago

Got to get me one of those what an ingenious idea

tim palmer
1 year ago

Hmmm. So they each have their own bath too?

Gary
1 year ago

Guess someone snores

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