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CakeHenn

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Posted: 02/27/12 10:03am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Those look awesome! Too bad they don't have any bigger models.


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CakeHenn wrote:

Those look awesome! Too bad they don't have any bigger models.


From Cincy,
..."I'm keeping my eye on them as they have quietly announced on FB that they are coming out with a 19' or 20' trailer this summer."

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Oh, and a bit more news. The bigger model they are bringing out in the summer, WILL have a slide option!


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I haven't seen one of these units in person but they do sound sturdy. My Shockwave feels like it was pieced together by a 6 yr old but I wanted a TH and this was the best unit I could find for my price point.

I'm sure a few years on the humid/salty east coast will have me in the market for a new unit and I'll definitely be keeping an eye on these guys.

Thanks for the review!


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How about the reverse temperature conditions? What kind of condensation issues on a hot moist Florida summer night with the AC cranking could one expect?





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BroncosFan wrote:

CakeHenn wrote:

Those look awesome! Too bad they don't have any bigger models.


From Cincy,
..."I'm keeping my eye on them as they have quietly announced on FB that they are coming out with a 19' or 20' trailer this summer."


Yeah I saw that but still even a 20'er is on the smaller side of things.

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Posted: 02/27/12 04:48pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This is the "small TT" section of the forum. Good luck on your trailer shopping.

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cpaharley2008 wrote:

Does Camplite offer an insulated floor?

As an option, I believe they do.

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Are all you tanks outside or is the fresh located interior? Can you see the framing outlines when it's cold outside and warm inside?


The tanks are under the floor (as far as I know). I've looked everywhere else & didn't see them.

When I had condensation, the wall over the aluminum framing condensed first. It only happened when it was below zero & I was warming it up. Once warmed up & vented, the condensation went away.

CincyGus wrote:

I was looking at the 16' CL16DB with a tip out bunk and dinette. The best I could get the local dealer down to was about $17,400...

That sounds better than what I did.

CincyGus wrote:


I bought my 238 which is significantly larger (almost 8') and better equipped...for about $4000.00 less.

They are more costly than other trailers. Half the price of Airstream though.

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I know there is some value to having a ALL aluminum trailer in the longevity factor and frankly, I'm still a fan of their engineering and designs...

I'm hoping that plays out in my case. If not, I spent too much money.

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Good luck with your camplite. I'm sure it will provide years of fun and you will be able to modify it as you desire to make it your own.

All I need is a TIG welder and some welding lessons.

nycsteve wrote:

How about the reverse temperature conditions? What kind of condensation issues on a hot moist Florida summer night with the AC cranking could one expect?


No idea. Would the condensation occur on the outside in that situation?


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BroncosFan wrote:

This is the "small TT" section of the forum. Good luck on your trailer shopping.


OK section man. It's also just posted under the TT section and that's why I looked. But regardless it would be nice if they had bigger ones which is a valid point of opinion that can be made in any section.

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Kind of disappointed at the mileage. I guess it is the wind resistance that kills the mileage.


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