Originally Posted by Avalanche
Hello, my wife and I are thinking of purchasing the 2016 27rr. I noticed a few people have said they haul their side x side in it. When measuring the height of the rear door, it appears as some side x sides will not fit, and others will be VERY close to hitting. Can anyone speak to this? For now we'll be hauling a motorcycle, but have discussed going 4 wheeling in the future.
We are new to the travel trailer/toy hauler scene, so I'm also wondering what other immediate costs should I be aware of for extra things we'll need to purchase? For example, do we need a sewer hose, specific chemicals for the toilet etc? There's a lot of really good information on here, and I really appreciate any advice.
When we upgraded from a pop up to a travel trailer 2 years ago, Amazon was making deliveries to our house regularly. Just off the top of my head without getting anything you would personally like..just what you would need to be comfortable on a site somewhere....
2 25' Water hoses (white)
water pressure regulator with 90 degree and 45 degree fittings
Spitter and Garden hose
Leveling Blocks (Home made or stackable lego type)
X-chocks for stability (Home made or purchased)
20 ft expandable sewer hose and adapters for different conditions
Tablets or liquid for Black water tank
25 ft 30 Amp extension cord (I've used mine twice in 14 trips and was glad I had it)
Then you add things like awning mats, foldable tables, chairs grills, fuses, extensions cords for cooking outside plus all the stuff to cook and clean. I bet before we took our first trip, I spent somewhere in the $500 range on new stuff, and we had quite a bit of stuff from previous camping adventures and old kitchen stuff.
2016 Grey Wolf 26DBH following a 2014 RAM 1500 Outdoorsman
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(2014) Nights Camped - 16 in 6 trips (2015) Nights Camped - 20 in 6 trips
(2016) Nights Camped - 21 in 7 trips
(2017)16 Night Booked in 4 Trips - 6 in 2 more Trips Planned