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RobertRyan

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Well at least it is different
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I like it. add an axle and cut the price in half and id be interested.


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Overall looks nice. But..
Looks like a heavy built trailer on a single axle?
Heavy welded steel Jerry can carriers on the back, no Jerry cans?
WTF are the grab handles for on the rear? Are they for manually pulling? ;(
No fake bumper for sewer hose, where's the poop pipe stowage?
Should have a factory generator shelf.

Gives me an idea though. With the vinyl vehicle wraps available, you could custom cover your TT in all kinds of camouflage.


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Maybe it's single axle to handle off road better?


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Ron3rd wrote:

Maybe it's single axle to handle off road better?
Double axles handle off pavement travel just fine.


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One thing for sure. The axle/s aren't Lippert.
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I don't think a single axle does anything better than two. is that two spare tires or one big single looks like it came off a Freightliner.
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Cool looking camper. Beats the white box syndrome with flower pattern upholstery and oak look cabinets that is prevalent here.


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Needs another axle.
Really ugly looking.

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Are they 30 Pack holders on each side of the spare tire? Good idea. [emoticon]

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