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Old 04-09-2013, 10:24 PM   #11
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Don't some of them come in a "high wall"?
I thought some were very low and had short walls like a tent trailer, with others that had residential height counters. Or did they get away from that?

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Old 04-10-2013, 02:28 AM   #12
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I think the key to managing storage space in the A Frame is organization. Having limited space jist means packing what you need and not taking along a months worth of food for a weekend trip. I pretty much just throw a gym bag with clothing essentials and whatever foodstuffs for calculated meals. There is more storage with the units that have the storage box, bike hauler platform or toy deck. The box may be 12 foot but specific floorplans will allow more storage/space for "stuff". The more a person goes out in their A Frame, the better you'll understand how to use the space. Enjoy & have fun woth the new adventure.


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Old 04-10-2013, 05:00 AM   #13
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As with any camper, storage can be an issue depending on what you need and what you really need. After a few trips you cand decide what really is needed and what can be left behind. I keep everything in plastic storage bins labled with contents and keep them in the bed of my truck. I keep what I need in the camper and get the rest from the truck as needed. I use carry on bags or gym bags for clothes, use coolers for extra food and pop and beer.In time, storage space will become a minor issue and you will be spending your time figuring on where to go camping. I also have the A128S and have enjoyed every mnute of it. Until then, have fun and enjoy that new camper.

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