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Fred N Joe. Again, 3" on each side is a bit too close..They look really good also. Don't have any brake system..that would be only problem. Thanks for the info anyway.
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Have you considered storing it somewhere other then the driveway?


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I forget if anyone mentioned livinlite.com another idea if your driveway is flat you can get a hand trailer dolley and push it back into your driveway at snails pace for your side clearance issue. For aliner prices, rvtraderonline or dannyscampers.

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Love my teardrop. Little Guy 4 wide,, small for two but they do come larger. Porta Potty in a side tent and I am good to go or I use the campground facilities. Definitley not for everyone.

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My T@B has a foam-filled dolly wheel, so it's easy for me to push around. Makes a big difference.


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It doesnt seem like there is any trailer that will go up your driveway with a good margin, but perhpas you should get some power casters and pull it the driveway, slowly...

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Don't know where you're located, but from time to time we see them on Craigslist too. Here's one:


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We have a custom made 6X10 Grasshopper design teardrop built for serious boondocking. If you want lots of great information check out the Teardrop & Tiny Travel forum http://www.tnttt.com and Tearjerkers http://tearjerkers.net
We attended a tearjerkers gathering last year with 140 teardrop trailers and the range of home built very simple to elaborate Cabin Car copies (woody) to manufactured less expensive Little Guy's to Lefty Original's made in Toledo using marine grade plywood through out...
With coming gas prices towing a teardrop makes a great deal of sense.


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I am using craigslist, thanks..in Winston Salem, NC..the tearjerkers.net sounds like a good source also. thanks

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Hey everyone, I have a Little Guy Sliver Shadow... I love it.
A teardrop will allow you to get into more places then thoses big rigs will.
And it cost a lot less to tow a little teardrop then one of those big rigs as well.

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