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grandpa & nana

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DFW RV show going on. Everything to satisfy your dreams on display.
Any one have any experience or comment on the JOEY TT.


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I did see one last year at a Las Vegas Dealer. A nice "basic" unit for weekend camping and IMO not made for much off road usage due to light build/frame. I met one other camper with a small TT that had a bathroom w/o a sink-they only realized it after they bought it! So compare it with a traditional TT and make sure it has what you want.


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Almot, I have been looking at the "Skyline Joey Select 268".

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We have this model just with different interior color decor.

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At the very least you should specify what size you're looking at. IIRC, under the Joey name the Skyline factory makes over half a dozen different models, from 20ft and up. And there are variations in wall materials: aluminum-sided on wood studs or fiberglass laminate on aluminum studs (with foam block insulation).

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I've had a Nomad Joey Select 249BH for a year and it has been an absolutely great trailer. Well built, nice interior, good options. I would highly recommend it to anyone.

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Has anyone removed the bunk beds and turned the space into a closet with chest a drawers???? Just the two of us and additional closet space would be great. If so, pics would be great. Thxs

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We have a model 249 skyline Joey love it and haven't had any complaints

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grandpa & nana wrote:

Has anyone removed the bunk beds and turned the space into a closet with chest a drawers???? Just the two of us and additional closet space would be great.

Had same thoughts a while ago, even though there is just one of me. 29ft bunkhouses tend to be cheaper now than 26ft units without bunks, there are more retirees now than young families with disposable income. Decided that it's better to get one without bunk, about 3ft shorter (bunk usually extends halfway into the "washroom space").

Pros of no bunk - shorter trailer, easier to maneuver; vanity sink is behind the door (in bunkhouses usually outside the washroom); no remodeling pains like what to do with darn window or storage under the lower bunk (often with access hatch from outside), etc. When you have excessive storage you fill it with excessive (= unnecessary) things, this is fact of life. Don't tell DW about more storage and "unnecessary things", she won't understand

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We just traded our Joey last week. We wanted another Joey, but could not find the desired floor plan, so went with another manufacturer. We definitely liked the Joey and will highly consider another one if we trade again.

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