Originally Posted by hacksaw55
Hi guy's thanks for the welcome. What's the reason you shouldn't go fulltime in a hybrid. My reason for picking it was ease of towing, and with a slide almost as much room. But for now its still up fot discussion. We plan on going back to a house in St. Augustne.
a hybrid is basically a popup with hard sides. so if you plan on fulltiming in tent ends, you will have to continually set them up every time you move.
there won't be any way to prevent noise from neighboring sites.
don't get me wrong, hybrids are great for a lot of situations but fulltiming, IMHO is one of them
we've owned our hybrid for nearly 9 years but we're now retired and it won't be great for taking off for 2-3 months. we are planning on getting a TT or 5th wheel to take off for the winter months.
have you ever owned a popup? most hybrid owners are former popup owners that want more amenities but continue to sleep under canvas.
Hybrids aren't for everyone. many newbies buy them for what they offer in a shorter package. but they don't take the canvas ends into consideration. they end up selling after one year because of the extra setup and takedown of the canvas tent bed ends.
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