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Old 09-27-2013, 08:32 PM   #31
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It must be backwards day because I am going to have to disagree. One of the best advantages to having a small camper (I had a 2000 lbs pup) is that you can put them anywhere (I think a few of the more excitable previous poster are a little jealous of that fact) I loved having my pup with a wheel on the front and didn't care if it went in perfect the first time. These guys with big 5ers don't know the joy of turning totally sideways in a spot because you want to face that way. And by the way, those little short base campers are a whole lot harder to park than the big tt's (And probably 5ers too). You get it mastered you will be able to show us all up
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Old 09-28-2013, 08:00 AM   #32
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It must be backwards day because I am going to have to disagree. One of the best advantages to having a small camper (I had a 2000 lbs pup) is that you can put them anywhere
Like you, I find that flexibility is one of the main reasons to have a small camper. It is parked at my home, can camp almost anywhere that car/tent campers go and can park at most places that do not have dedicated RV parking. And I too am happy to have a trailer that gives me the flexibility to nudge by hand, fit in a spot just how I want it or be pushed a bit further, when needed.
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