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Posted: 02/28/19 10:37am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Arctic Fox 25W. Perfect size, all the right features, good size water and waste tanks. Me likey


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Posted: 02/28/19 11:30am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have been to several RV shows and on line. My pick remains my 2010 Dutchmen, only because I have not found one with the same floor plan.

Floor plan is every thing. It remains when all the other features are forgotten or accepted.


Twenty six foot 2010 Dutchmen Lite pulled with a 2011 EcoBoost F-150 4x4.

Just right for Grandpa, Grandma and the dog.


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I'm thinking about checking out this one to replace the 20 foot I have now. But, I feel that they are about 1000 to high in price.


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CC, I like 8 ft wide TT. Good luck, yep maybe hi$?


Work/live Lakeland, FL.
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Ultimately I would like to buy a barebones cargo trailer and design my own floor plan. It's already in my head with an efficient use of space and no slides needed! [emoticon]


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37guna, I priced building a cargo conversion. Cost more than nice TT with less amenities.

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We like our Jayco Jay Flight 23RB. It's still relatively small, 27' 1" long with a 23.5' living area and not to heavy, 6500# GVWR.

It doesn't have a slide, but has enough room inside for the two of us. Our last trailer, Skyline Koala 21CS was a little too small. Just had a sofa on a slide which was opposite the kitchen. If the Koala had been the 23CS model, I'd still have it. Loved the Azdel & fiberglass exterior.

But this trailer suits us fine. Has a dinette and a sofa, and a large bathroom in the rear, with a lot of storage.


Erroll, Mary, Duffy the Dachshund (RIP)
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2014 F150 Supercab 4x4 w/ 8' box, Ecoboost & HD Pkg

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My Favorite is the Outdoors RV 21RBS


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We recently purchased a Forest River Cherokee 274vfk. The kitchen is in the v-nose which give more counter and cabinet space and really opens up the "living room" area. We absolutely love the floor plan. It also has a bonded-finish exterior and heavy-duty axles with E-rated tires. It is a little larger at 34" and 9985# gvw but our Ram 2500 CTD pulls it just fine. It's perfect for the two of us.


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Grand Design Imagine 2650RK (no longer made.) Decent size tanks, lots of counter space, and a huge pass-through. We didn't plan on a new TT until I saw the floor plan & the local dealer had one in stock.


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2012 F-150 XLT Ecoboost ("EcoBeast") supercab
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