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Any ideas/advice/pics for a BGE trailer?

BootlegBootleg Posts: 49
edited 11:16AM in EggHead Forum
My best friends and I are making plans to go to a couple of competitions next year and also work a couple of catering jobs as well. Of course, we are going to use BGEs only and want a trailer that will safely transport our eggs and equipment but also make us proud. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated...

Bootleg BBQ
Evans, GA


  • Spring ChickenSpring Chicken Posts: 10,247
    You can start with some ideas from this and go from there.

    (It's in PowerPoint so you will need PowerPoint viewer)

    Just click on each slide and it will advance.

    [url],1,Slide 1[/url]

    Spring "Trailer Trash" Chicken
    Spring Texas USA
  • BobSBobS Posts: 2,485
    Now that is a trailer!!
  • Buster Dog BBQBuster Dog BBQ Posts: 1,366
    do you need a place to sleep or just cook?

    Do you need to entertain at all?
  • -=mirko=--=mirko=- Posts: 54
    For those without power point, I've put the slide show on Google Docs. You can see it here...
    You have so many options, you first need to decide what is important in your trailer.

    I do 8-15 competitions a year and I simply bought a 12' enclosed trailer that hauls all the cargo I need. I cook outside to keep the inside of the trailer clean of any smoke. I sleep inside the empty trailer.

    I'm putting more value on a restful sleep, and bathroom, a sink, and electricity. So I'm tempted to buy a 24' "Toyhauler" for next year. But I still need to have a way to deliver Eggs from the store to customers. So I have some decisions to make myself.

    Catering, is a different story all together, seems like a kitchen is important to have.

    Good luck, like most of us...once you buy something is when you will realize what exactly you should have bought. Resale on used trailers is good though.



    from SANTA CLARA, CA

  • PoppasamPoppasam Posts: 440
    If you want to give me a call I will be glad to talk about how we transport our Eggs and our trailer set up. If you were at Waynesboro you may have seen our set up. My cell number is 770/856/5015.

    Jus-Fer-Fun Cooking Crew
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