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Old 11-06-2015, 12:49 PM   #11
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:03 PM   #12
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I have not heard anyone disappointed with it on here. There will be some issues like we all have had to deal with. But once those are done it's great. We have been out 20nights since getting the trailer in end of August. That is more than the last two years with old trailer. I'm sure your salesman will not be too upset he is still selling a TT. When I was looking there was not much or any price difference between models when I looked. Actually the 22rr was 1000 more because it was fiberglass gel coat side and my 26rr is aluminum. Is the one you are getting the limited version. I got the high faucet spray faucet, the back screen, spare tire and non crank 360 antenna. Some people did not get some of these when they got theirs. I actually drove 7 1/2 hours away to buy mine. Well worth it. Mine also had the fancier wheels/rims.
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:38 PM   #13
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Not quite sure. He said it has every package available. But didn't mention those items specifically
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:39 PM   #14
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I didn't get the fancier wheels I know that
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:40 PM   #15
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drb1984 you would most likely regret if you buy the smaller unit now. I did that last time I bought a camper, really wanted more room but was worried about weight. Bought a full size truck less than a year later, so I could have pulled the bigger unit no problem. The length is 2 feet more and the dry weight is only about 200lb more on the 26rr! The weight of the 26rr and the room really sold me on it.

Check out Pimp my 26rr for a lot of info on modifying it. Most of the mods can be used across the different models. The kitchen table, well the legs stink. I replaced them with legs from a fold up table. I would like to find aluminum fold up legs to save some weight. I did have to beef up the cleats on the benches to support the weight. They where designed with the original table where the legs folded and supported the weight of the table in between the benches.
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Old 11-19-2015, 02:40 PM   #16
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Anyone tried a Goldwing trike in a 22rr? I haven't been able to look at one.
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Old 11-19-2015, 03:06 PM   #17
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I would say it would be tight. The front tire of my vtx 1300 sits in front of the sink of my 26rr. I would definitely measure and check the fit. My bike is 8'3" front to back. The 22rr is about 3 ' shorter than 26rr
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Old 11-19-2015, 09:28 PM   #18
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I would say it would be tight. The front tire of my vtx 1300 sits in front of the sink of my 26rr. I would definitely measure and check the fit. My bike is 8'3" front to back. The 22rr is about 3 ' shorter than 26rr
I am going to have to find one to try. My best idea now is to cut a paper template of the outline of the trike and take it to the RV show whenever it happens.
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New to rv but if still thinking, I recently purchased a 22rr and have a glowing with Lehman conversion. the rake is extended so bottom is very low. I had to build a ramp that fits to rv ramp and added two 2x10, one for each rear wheel at top of ramp to raise bottom little more as entering trailer. Works but a little cumbersom and have to carry ramp in back of truck or dismantle each time.
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New to rv but if still thinking, I recently purchased a 22rr and have a glowing with Lehman conversion. the rake is extended so bottom is very low. I had to build a ramp that fits to rv ramp and added two 2x10, one for each rear wheel at top of ramp to raise bottom little more as entering trailer. Works but a little cumbersom and have to carry ramp in back of truck or dismantle each time.

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My vtx always bottomed out.
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