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Old 04-18-2024, 03:33 PM   #1
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Hello,

I am seeking a Trailmanor of 3023 or 3124. It must be the model with the bed on both ends and double sofas. I really need this size based upon the size of my family. I would prefer something from the years of 2006-2013. Not looking for something new and don't expect to pay new prices. Would like something with no damage. Location is open as I am willing to travel for the right fit. I am on the southeast coast if that makes a difference.
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Old 04-19-2024, 10:34 AM   #2
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Be aware the 3023 has a rear queen bed vs king in the 3124. It’s a bigger difference than you might think. Also the 3124 had a couple different arrangements over the years; one had a jackknife sofa and a love seat that didn’t fold down, the other used the table folded down between two benches to form another full size bed. Again, bigger difference than you might think.
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Old 04-19-2024, 10:44 AM   #3
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Be aware the 3023 has a rear queen bed vs king in the 3124. It’s a bigger difference than you might think. Also the 3124 had a couple different arrangements over the years; one had a jackknife sofa and a love seat that didn’t fold down, the other used the table folded down between two benches to form another full size bed. Again, bigger difference than you might think.
Thank you for this information. I will do more research on the 3023. I have been leaning more toward the 3124kb. It seems perfect for us.
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Old 04-23-2024, 11:03 AM   #4
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At least back in 2004, the TM model 3023SL also had a jack-knife sofa in front (makes into a small bed).
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Old 04-23-2024, 11:17 AM   #5
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I have a 2006 3023 in very good condition. I am selling as my kids are getting older and we don’t have the time to use it unfortunately. I love it and it pulls like a dream. Everything works except for outdoor entry light as I haven’t had the time to look at it. I am the 3rd owner. It has been garaged for a lot of its life and as long as I’ve owned it. Please call me at 714.864.1531 to discuss price and so I can send pictures via text. I had them up on here a while back but I don’t see my post anymore. We are in Montgomery, Texas. Thanks!
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Old 04-23-2024, 11:50 AM   #6
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Looks like your ad is right here:
https://www.trailmanorowners.com/for...ad.php?t=21660

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I have a 2006 3023 in very good condition. I am selling as my kids are getting older and we donít have the time to use it unfortunately. I love it and it pulls like a dream. Everything works except for outdoor entry light as I havenít had the time to look at it. I am the 3rd owner. It has been garaged for a lot of its life and as long as Iíve owned it. Please call me at 714.864.1531 to discuss price and so I can send pictures via text. I had them up on here a while back but I donít see my post anymore. We are in Montgomery, Texas. Thanks!
That looks nice. It won't work for me because one of the biggest selling points of a TM for me is the enclosed bathroom. I am not a fan of ripping that out and replacing it with shower curtains. Goodluck with your camper though.
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Old 04-26-2024, 07:26 AM   #8
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That looks nice. It won't work for me because one of the biggest selling points of a TM for me is the enclosed bathroom. I am not a fan of ripping that out and replacing it with shower curtains. Goodluck with your camper though.
Thanks for the help with finding my ad, Dave!

As far as the bathroom walls being removed, that was unfortunately done by the previous owner. I wasnít thrilled with it, but overlooked it since it was in such great condition and would fit all of my family and fits in my garage. I have come to like the fact, however, that it does provide us more space and doesnít require setup and take down. The trailer has served our family extremely well, and I will dearly miss it.
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Old 05-31-2024, 02:58 AM   #9
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I tried PM'ing you but was denied by the system due to not being a "trusted member," presumably due to my low number of posts. This was my message:

3124KB for sale $17,000 NE Florida

I just submitted the following ad in the for sale section, but it has not yet been reviewed and posted by moderation. I remember seeing your post, so I figured I would give you the first opportunity to look at it since we both live on the east coast.

I am the 2nd owner. I bought it from a dealer in PA (it was a trade-in) in Jan. of 2020. It is clean and in perfect mechanical shape. It does have a few minor cosmetic flaws, which I will describe and include links to photos. This camper has many modifications and improvements. Most are standard, but some are almost certainly unique. Lessons learned from a 60 day road trip out west, which included some boondocking, motivated me to make some of the modifications. After listing the factory options and modifications, I will relate some other general info. I am selling because we decided to move in a different direction - we bought a half ton towable toy hauler.

Factory options:
- Atwood 3 burner gas stove/oven
- Suburban gas/electric 6 gal. water heater
- Suburban gas furnace
- Dometic Penguin II 13.5K BTU low profile A/C with heat strip (replaced 1/2020)
- Fiamma 12' F45S awning
- 5200 lb Dexter torsion axle
- King Jack HDTV antenna
- 40 gallon fresh water tank
- 40 gallon grey water tank
- two wall cabinets
- 100 watt solar panel with 30 amp Samlex controller
- 2 - 20lb propane tanks
- outside shower

Does not have a swing tongue.

"Standard" modifications:
- installed factory slide receiver hitch
- installed 4" lift kit
- installed fresh water fill port on bottom of camper
- removed recirculating toilet and installed Thetford cassette toilet
- installed LevelMatePro trailer leveling system
- installed water filter, pressure gauge, and pressure tank for fresh water tank
- replaced both bed mattresses with new natural latex. there are mattress covers on both.
- installed propane quick connect
- installed dehumidifier (pre-emptive move because we live in humid Florida)
- added additional length of hose to outside shower
- replaced plastic bed slide track on king bed with aluminum

Unique modifications:
- installed 120v exterior plug to separately power a Hott Rod water heater element. This allows you to turn the element on and off from the interior of the camper. This also keeps the load off of the 30 amp plug.
- doubled the refrigrator space. removed the 3cf Dometic 3 way refrigerator and replaced with a Maxximum 5.2cf under counter electric fridge and a Whytner 1.1cf freezer (sits on counter). When the shore power is disconnected, power is supplied through a 15 amp Xantrex automatic transfer switch and a Wagan Pureline 1000 watt pure sine wave inverter. I sealed off all exterior refrigerator vents.
- additional power supply details: inverter, fuse, and battery monitor is installed under the couch next to the fresh water tank. 2awg wire is run from the battery on trailer tongue to the Pureline inverter and from there to the camper inverter. A battery monitor/usage gauge and a remote switch for the inverter is mounted on the side of the counter. The current 12v battery is a brand new 75 mAh deep cycle marine battery. (Sorry, not giving up my two 100mAh Battle Born LiFePo batteries.) I installed a battery switch on the top of the battery box and another one at the camper inverter.
- I installed controls and a wall thermostat for the A/C. The control box attaches to the bottom of the A/C unit with 2 thumb screws and the t-stat attaches to the wall with velcro. Both must be removed before folding up the camper. It only takes a few minutes and is well worth the additional steps required. The A/C's in Trailmanors are loud! The wall thermostat also controls the heat strips, but you could rewire it to power the gas furnace.
- I removed the factory t-stat for the gas furnace and installed a Inkbird digital t-stat. The temp. sensor wire can be pulled out and placed at a different height than the controller.

Other:
- the tires are brand new Carlisle Radialtrail HD load range E
- good Maxxis spare
- I am including the following equipment: Anderson leveling system, 4 Anderson EZ Jack Blocks, 2 wheel chocks, 1 tongue jack block, stabilizer jack handle, awning tiedown equipment, additional step for ground due to 4" lift kit height, blackout covers for all roof vents and door window, Reflectix to go behind all window curtains. You can make it almost pitch black in the daytime and really helps the A/C when it is 108 degrees in Utah.
- I replaced the factory installed speakers with some JVC 2 way, but the refrigerator modification required me to remove the radio. I suggest installing a bluetooth amplifier in the space behind the fridge.
- the seals are in very good shape. I did damage a few inches of it by getting too close with a pressure washer, but I repaired it with rubber roof tape.
- one propane tank is full, one is nearly empty.
- the top of the hitch ball is approximately 26"
- I have the original owner's manual and all equipment documents
- all upholstery and factory mattress covers are in excellent shape. we kept fitted bed sheets on both couches and covers and sheets on the mattresses.
- cosmetic flaws: a small piece of laminate is missing on the front edge of the counter in front of the sink, there are several dings on the large cabinet that goes over the sink (from falling over while traveling), there is approx. 1 foot of corner molding missing from the exterior bathroom wall, there are stains and some pine gum spots on top of the rear roof shell, and there are a few stains and minor dings on the camper exterior walls.
- with some additional battery capacity, this camper is ready to boondock
- additional pictures, including the cosmetic flaws, and a high resolution video walkaround of the exterior can be downloaded here:
https://www.mediafire.com/folder/0lf...railManor+pics

If interested, or for additional information, you can contact me at:
Andy Harrold
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904-759-2090
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