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RE: Small trailer suggestions

Since my original post I have ordered a Ford Ranger. It has a 7500 lb tow rating, so I will definitely look for a smaller, lighter trailer. I’m still leaning towards a 320, but when the time comes, if I can find a good used Casita for a reasonable price, I might go that way. Maybe I should have mentioned I have camped with my wife in a 27-foot Airstream, a 35-foot diesel pusher, a MB Sprinter-based class C, and another 27-foot trailer. I’m pretty familiar with the pros and cons of size, and since it’s likely I’ll be traveling by myself, a smaller RV is all I need. After all, my last “camping” was a foam mattress in the back of a pickup truck. Pretty much anything will be a real step up from that.
mavapa 05/24/22 01:29pm Travel Trailers
RE: Small trailer suggestions

So you tow with a Tesla? Pretty cool. I have not actually been inside a T@b. If I can convince my wife to go RVing, the 400 would be the preferred option, I think. If it ends up just me, I would probably lean towards the 320. But given the cost, I’m trying to see what else is out there.
mavapa 04/02/22 08:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: Small trailer suggestions

Good advice
mavapa 04/01/22 04:50pm Travel Trailers
RE: Small trailer suggestions

The Casita is very appealing, but they are few and far between. Wait times for orders are very long. I have some friends who lucked into an older one. If I decide to go that route, I’ll have to be quick and probably ready to travel to get to a used one.
mavapa 04/01/22 02:22pm Travel Trailers
Small trailer suggestions

I’m a couple of steps away from buying a small trailer. I like what I have seen of the T@b 320 and 400, but they are pricey, new or used. Does anyone have a suggestion for a similar type? I want small, preferably narrow and light. I have looked around at several brands, but nothing has jumped out at me. I’m just wondering if I have overlooked anything.
mavapa 04/01/22 01:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: Rove Lite

Skibane — Yes, it doesn’t look optimized for boondocking. You could deal with a small freshwater tank, but the black tank would be a problem.
mavapa 10/08/21 11:49am Travel Trailers
Rove Lite

Anyone know anything about or have any experience with a Rove Lite trailer! I’m looking for a small trailer and ran across a couple. They look interesting, but I can’t find any actual reviews. The small trailer market around here is full, full, full of trailers that are “on order” but there are very few that are actually on a lot.
mavapa 10/06/21 10:47pm Travel Trailers
Is Lance the “gold” standard

I have been looking, kind of, for a smaller trailer, one that is not only shorter, but also not as wide as “normal” (8 feet). I have looked online at the Winnebago Minnie Winnie, and recently found that Lance makes a narrower trailer. So I checked some dealer sites, and, wow! Advertised prices are at least $10,0000 and up more than similar Winnebagos. Can they possibly be worth that much more? Has anyone had recent experience buying a smaller Lance? I know it’s a seller’s market right now, but how much, if any, will they come down? If the advertised price is really the selling price, we can stop looking at Lance.
mavapa 07/12/21 02:02pm Travel Trailers
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