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RE: Info on Casita trailers or Lance 1475

Tibbitts I really did not know that there were different model numbers, 1475 and 1475s (I assume with the small slide) I like the swivel seats beter then the sofa in the slide but, I will try to see both in Conn. next week in person. That is why it hard to judge a Casita... you have to go to Tx. which is a haul from NY Dave For me I'm not sure just seeing one would help, unless I could rule out the Casita based on bathroom space or something. I would have to live with the Casita or a similar-height trailer for a while to see how I adapted to the height. I went into a stick trailer with same height as the Casita at an RV show and wow, that was annoying. Would I get used to it after a few days or weeks? Maybe. Without those four inches (really just two inches) being an issue, and assuming the bathroom worked to some extent, I would vastly prefer the Casita.
tibbitts 02/27/21 09:19am Travel Trailers
RE: Frame strength of small TT's

I had a "22" model that was actually 23.5 ft. It was a "lite" trailer. The frame never bent that I know of but towing the trailer bent the frame of my half-ton pickup where the receiver attached. A higher-rated receiver (Reese sent me an upgraded model for free - outstanding customer service) solved the problem. So I wouldn't assume the trailer frame would be a weak link.
tibbitts 02/26/21 09:40pm Travel Trailers
RE: Info on Casita trailers or Lance 1475

I don't own either model but have been in a 1475. I think everyone is assuming 1475 not 1475s so you might want to clarify that as the s is completely different. For me the biggest consideration would be the much shorter and narrower dimensions and better aerodynamics of the Casita (which I'd like) vs. the extra 4 inches of interior height in the Lance (which I'd also like.)
tibbitts 02/26/21 09:25pm Travel Trailers
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