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Old 05-29-2019, 02:14 PM   #1
Join Date: Jul 2016
Location: Parrish Florida
Posts: 42
Trailblazer 29THS

We have done 3 camping trips with this new model. I have already mentioned the A/C concern and the garage tie down setup. There is one more item to keep in mind if you are considering this unit. The body sits higher off the ground than any of the other 8 campers we travelled with. It also has one of the shorter ramp door heights due to it's 11' 1" overall height. This combination makes the ramp loading door impossible to use for most any street bike. You will have to raise the front of the trailer as well as the ramp door itself or you will hit bottom when loading. We use a Rhino ramp max to back up the TV onto (after disconnecting the WDH) as well as a curb ramp under and in front of the ramp door. The curb ramps are 4.2" high. With both these items I can load without hitting bottom. However, the angle is still steep enough that the front wheel of the bike still slides down the ramp when unloading.

These were not expensive items to purchase and do not take too long to put in place. Just wanted to make potential owners aware of this concern on a trailer that we are reasonably happy with after the above mentioned fixes are in place.
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