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We've owned 2 camplites, one a TC and the other a 21RBS, which we sold recently. No wood to rot, azadel, block insulation, aluminum frame and aluminum skin. If you develop a leak just caulk it and it's good to go. Our TC is a 2013 10.0 and is a great camper.


2006 Dodge 3500 dually 4X4 / 2013 Livin Lite 10.0 TC /Torklift talons, fastguns, stableloads, superhitch, and truss/ towing a
14'V Nose Trailer when needed.


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hi Id check the tie down attachment points to make sure they're solid and the wood their attached through is good.

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fj40cruiser wrote:

hi Id check the tie down attachment points to make sure they're solid and the wood their attached through is good.


There is no wood in this construction.

Joe Glidewell

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I've had a CampLite 6.8 TC for a few years now. Bought used and haven't had any major problems. I had a water leak develop under the shower, but thanks to the aluminum framed floor the only damage was an upset wife with wet socks. It wound up being the caulk joint where the shower pan and shower wall meet. The CampLites are hard to find in good shape. Congrats on getting one.

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Joe Glidewell wrote:

I've had a CampLite 6.8 TC for a few years now. Bought used and haven't had any major problems. I had a water leak develop under the shower, but thanks to the aluminum framed floor the only damage was an upset wife with wet socks. It wound up being the caulk joint where the shower pan and shower wall meet. The CampLites are hard to find in good shape. Congrats on getting one.


Thanks we got it home. It is awesome. No problems as of yet.

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