We finally had a chance to take out the starcraft. We are veteran campers and had no problems setting it up. It was our first time out with a 2 month old infant. The unit fits our family well. The side tent had the peapod plus, playmat and diaper station. Our 3 year old loved the rear top bunk and our lab slept at the foot of the rear bunks. We had the baby sleep in a travel swing for the night. Ill try the peapod later this evening. The k3500 cc performed well, 8ft bed full of whatever and no wdh needed. Haha one ton 169"wb towing!
2008 Starcraft Travelstar Sport 21RBH
2008 Chevy Trailblazer V8 3.42/ 2004 k2500 Suburban LT 6.0, 3.73, g80 locker, center buckets, and sunroof.
Me, DW, dd08, dd12, 88lb black lab!
2013 Rockwood Ultra Lite 2604
2003 Ford F-150 with Blue Ox 1000 & Prodigy
5 doggies - We support Adopt/Rescue
Sam, you were the best!
Foxy is our new camping buddy
Just rescued 2 lab sisters, 8 weeks old - Biscuit and Lily
I am towing 4000lbs with a 1 ton truck, and the truck has a 169" wheel base. I do not have any issues loading the bed with gear, hooking up an ultra light htt, and going. As for the second night, it rained, dealt with leaking window canvas, and wicked condensation everywhere. I had windows up/slightly open, bunk fans spinning, two glass windows opened, and heat. Nothing could compete with the rain/temp gradiant. The tents are permenantly attached, and I have a pea pod plus, as well as wedge to keep from rolling out, or off the kids beds.