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Posted: 02/15/21 06:12pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I need a 24 foot travel trailer or a 5th wheel. The challenge is that it cannot be more than 7 feet in width. Most sellers do not show width. I have had a Komfort 5th wheel that fit the need perfectly. Unable to locate another 7 foot wide rig. Any suggestions?
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Standard is 8' or 8.5'. Some of the ultra light TTs come 7' wide.


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Winnebago’s Micro Minnie line has a number of 7 foot wide TTs. Warning! With the awning they are really 7 feet 3-4 inches. See...

https://www.winnebago.com/models/product/towables/travel-trailer/micro-minnie-1


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The Wolf Pups are 85” wide (7’1”). But only 18’ long cabins.


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I'm not aware of anything that long that's 7' wide any more. The small ones like the r-pods and vintage Shasta knock-offs are - but they're pretty small.

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Coachman Apex Tera has 2 models 7 ft. wide. Here's one but it's only 19'7".
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Oliver Trailers have a 23 and a half foot trailer that is 7 foot wide. They also have a thin fifth wheel as well, I believe. Be prepared, though, they are pricey, but they have pretty good quality components. And, other than the price, the only downside, in my opinion, is they don't have a traditional shower (I think they call the shower/bathroom a wet bath??).

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Rockwood makes them up to 25 or 26 ft.





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If you can do 7'6" there are quite a few options, Gulf Stream in particular has several lines of lightweight trailers at 90". Venture Sonic also has up to 28'4" total length in 90" width.


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Posted: 02/16/21 07:49am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What is the reason for desiring a narrow trailer?

There may be an alternative solution that opens up your options. Even with slides, RVs are tight living spaces so squeezing out extra width is generally seen as very important making 7ft undesirable.


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