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Old 05-07-2016, 10:53 PM   #21
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You might consider the Rockwood/Flagstaff high wall popups, the R-Pod RP180 or the MiniLite/MicroLite models. If you and your wife would be happy with a Murphy Bed look at the MiniLite/MicroLite models. I personally like the 2503S but my wife doesn't like Murphy beds.
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Old 05-07-2016, 11:27 PM   #22
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friend. but we can see ourselves in it for the next 10 years. Ya right

Those tt's maybe a bit more than what you are looking for but I do not believe you need to get into a 25' trailer either. Best thing is get out and walk around some rv lots and get a feel for what works for you. If they have slides make sure they are extended, play with the features, turn the appliances like the furnace on. If they do not have power hooked up get them to grab a power box.
Go out and njoy camping. Remember ya can't take it with you.
I am not sure what you are trying to say with your reply? That it isn't realistic to keep our tt for 10 years?
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Old 05-07-2016, 11:36 PM   #23
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Sorry I misunderstood your quote" It isn't going to travel to some of our previous boondocking locations that our trailboss equipped chalet got into but we can see ourselves in it for the next 10 years"
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Old 05-08-2016, 06:48 AM   #24
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Thanks everyone for the posts. I now see there are many lite trailers that would suit my better halfs needs. While I wouldn't complain if we did aquire one of these larger rigs , I would surely miss the amenities that a aframe provide. Easy tow, quick setup, a/c, microwave, radio and the biggest one , dry and off the ground.
I guess time will tell. I'll just continue enjoying everyday,day by day.
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The Lance units are very well built. The only thing to be mindful of is because they are built so well, they tend to be somewhat heavier than their competition.
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mudman. To each his own. We all started some where. Remember this thread came up because DW wanted a toilet and shower. Wonder what's next
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mudman. To each his own. We all started some where. Remember this thread came up because DW wanted a toilet and shower. Wonder what's next
No mas 😎
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mudman. To each his own. We all started some where. Remember this thread came up because DW wanted a toilet and shower. Wonder what's next
Well,,,, keep the 2500 you own as a 5er may be on your horizon ~~ she just has not told you yet.
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Well,,,, keep the 2500 you own as a 5er may be on your horizon ~~ she just has not told you yet.
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Mudman, the future sneaks up on you. Enjoy!
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