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Old 02-10-2015, 11:31 AM   #11
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mr. Thanks. So these longer TT's are they for traveling or mainly park models?
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We looked at a couple pretty long tt's last time we were at the dealer. The Rockwood/Flagstaff Signature Ultralites are around 35 feet and some of the Lacrosse models are nearly 38' Both were nice. I think that is about the max length unless you stay with the 5er or go to a park model.
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Been there, done that

We just traded in a 2006 Keystone Hornet. It was a 35ft TT and had a sliding glass door. Only used 4-5 times a year but never had any issues with the door from a towing aspect. We bought the camper thinking we would love being able to see out, but what we found was the poor people sleeping in the LR were woken up BRIGHT and early by Mr. Sunshine and when it was cold outside, the big glass door was cold. Not to mention the dog nose smudges from our fur babies. Our new 37ft Avenger just has a standard door, I'm really excited about that.
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Old 02-10-2015, 04:56 PM   #14
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Haul alot???
Yes and considering getting the height down too
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Old 02-10-2015, 05:10 PM   #15
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Yes and considering getting the height down too
My Sister and BIL,have a new (Sierra Destination Trailer) 40' long it has all the (Tanks-F/W-Black-Gray) they had the Factory (Delete the Sliding Door) and install a Reg. hinge Door! They have it on a Seasonal Site in TX. Youroo!!
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mr. Thanks. So these longer TT's are they for traveling or mainly park models?
The ones that are park models are usually designated with a different name and like I said the sliding glass door. The ones with all the same equipment as all the other trailers can be pulled like the rest of them. Also some park model have a different shape and real big windows in the front more like a real house. Look up Cedar Creek Cottage.
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Where is this sliding glass door located?
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Where is this sliding glass door located?
A example of one
http://youtu.be/cAUym-ZfrVQ
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Thanks again hr. Think i'll stay with what i have.)
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