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RE: How to pack a TT

Sorry - double post.
PatandMark 04/06/14 09:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: How to pack a TT

I use the expandable rod in my overhead cabinet that holds cups, since they're stacked and always want to fall out. I also have them in my medicine cabinet, since it doesn't have any lip on the shelves. Someone mentioned clothes falling off the hangers. Our TT has a coat closet at the very back, facing front to back. Everytime we traveled, the clothes were on the floor of the closet. Then I learned a simple trick - no special hangers required - just put them in backwards. Hasn't been a problem since.
PatandMark 04/06/14 08:00pm Travel Trailers
Cleaning TT Cover

We have an ADCO SFS AquaShed cover for our TT. We've used it for the past two winters. We'd like to clean it up a bit and get the green off. The instructions on the ADCO website say to hang it and rinse it with water, and not to use any kind of cleaning soap. Has anyone cleaned theirs? Did you use a brush and scrub it? Rinsing with water doesn't sound very effective. I would like to try soaking in Oxy-Clean, but don't want to damage it. Pat
PatandMark 04/06/14 07:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: Advice on a place to camp near Mt. Rainier and Mt St Helens

We've stayed at Seaquest a couple times. I would avoid Sites T1 thru T16. They have full hookups, but they're lined up one right next to each other. Last time we were there I couldn't open my truck door all the way without hitting the neighbor's picnic table. There are sites in the forested loop with electric and water that are much nicer. It's a great park to explore Mt. St. Helens. Pat
PatandMark 07/10/13 10:13pm Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for our first trailer - Need bunkhouse, <25ft

We have the Lance 2185 that someone mentioned earlier. We love the floor plan. Tons of floor space, 3 bunks in the bank, a huge slide dinette, queen bed in front with the option of making it a convertible sofa/bed, which I would highly recommend. The earlier poster mentioned an unusable bathroom, which I would disagree with. It is small, but no one we've had with us has had a problem with it. The box length on this is 21 1/2' with a total length of about 25'. Good luck with whatever you choose! Pat
PatandMark 06/28/13 03:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: Purchasing new TT, question of length...

We have 3 kids and were looking for something with the same requirements as you. We really didn't want to go any longer that we had to. Our Lance 2185 has been great for us. Out total length is 25.5', with the interior length of about 22'. While it doesn't have a separate bunkhouse, the bathroom door can be fastened open so that the bunks are closed off from the rest of the trailer. We have the sofa/bed option, so between that and the slideout, it gives a very roomy feeling, and has a huge wraparound dinette. Good luck with whatever you choose! Pat
PatandMark 06/14/13 10:03pm Travel Trailers
RE: Storage in small bunkhouse & rear slide TTs

We're a family of 5 and had looked at many of the rear slide models, but storage was one of the issues that was a problem (plus the fact that I wanted a front window). I remember one salesman suggested we use the outside storage for clothes - like that was going to happen! We have the Lance 2185 and find it has really good storage for us. My 2 girls each have a cabinet under the dinette and my son puts his clothes under the sofa. DH and I each use our wardrobe cabinet and under the sofa for storage.
PatandMark 05/02/13 08:54pm Travel Trailers
RE: Lance 2011 Model 1985

Check out the Lance Owners website. There are lots of people there who can answer any questions you might hjave about Lance and the 1985 model. By the way, the slides are a bit noisy, but normal. http://lanceowners.hoop.la/ Good luck! Pat
PatandMark 04/26/13 06:26pm Travel Trailers
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