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Old 07-06-2011, 05:51 PM   #51
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One thing I noticed on my Wolf Pup is that the axcel seams to be very close to the ground with only about 6" of clearance.

Im not too worried about the axle, I'm worried about the drain on the fresh water tank.
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Old 07-07-2011, 01:37 PM   #52
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These are some additions I added to our Wolf Pup

Update our Wolf Pup 16p extra
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Old 07-08-2011, 02:00 AM   #53
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Looks good Jerry. Hopefully the inside of the cabinets look as neat after a few camping trips.

A couple of questions for you:
- Does your unit have A/C? Or is it somewhere not shown in the pics? Mine would be right above the paper towel holder.
- That stove cover; did your trailer come with that? Or is it something you added after? Can you grab a picture with it open?
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Old 07-08-2011, 09:24 AM   #54
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Thanks Ken, Yes it does have AC. On the 2012 model they moved the AC off of the roof to the side of the camper it is located on the side wall to the right of the dining table. It works well enough to camp in Florida.
The stove cover is a standard unit brought from camping world and it opens on two hinges one in the middle and one on the end. We only open it half way because we only use 1 burner on the stove. It is best to mount it sideways as to have access to one full burner. I mounted the hinge with very strong velcro, it stays in place without drilling any holes in the counter and you can remove it if needed. I will post a picture of the unit opened later-on today. happy camping. We are leaving for Tennesse on the 26th of July for a week.
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Old 07-08-2011, 09:46 AM   #55
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Wolf Pup Stove Cover

Hey Ken here is a the stove cover opened half and full.
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Old 07-08-2011, 10:01 AM   #56
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Wolf Pup Water Capacity

Picking up my 17P next week. Part of the reason I chose the wolf pup is the 50G fresh water tank. Bigger than all the other small campers I looked at.
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Old 07-08-2011, 10:20 AM   #57
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Update on Stove Cover for Wolf Pup

After looking at this closer I decided to rotate this cover 90 degrees so that when opened up fully it operates as a back splash for cooking and you also get use of both burners. My girlfriend put a mat on top so it does not get scratched up too much.
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Old 07-08-2011, 10:31 AM   #58
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Ya that is a good feature. We camp mostly at camps with water connection. But we have done dry camping also. We liked it because of the extra room, lightweight and small. We tow with a 6 cyl Honda Ridgeline.
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I will be towing with F150. Do you like the Ridge line? We have a CRV, and a Civic. Love the Honda.
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Thanks for all those pictures, Jerry- gives me another thing to think about.

Johnny, the fresh water and grey/black capacity were also big considerations for us. Right now we are just planning our first dry camping trip. The lake we are going to does have hook-up camping, but the better part of the lake is all dry camping. It's good to have that extra available to us.
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