New Aliner Classic off-road

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by erond, Aug 12, 2018.

  1. erond

    erond Member

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    Haven't had a trailer for a while; our last two were 25' TTs.

    Time to get back to camping, but downsized. Just need something for 2 of us, with enough room to hangout, but still fit inside the garage.

    The two immediate mods coming up will be adding a porta potty and solar charger.

    TV: 2018 Grand Cherokee Trailhawk w/3.2L V-6 and 3" Reese drop hitch. Rated for 6200lbs towing. Prodigy Primus IQ brake controller. Setup for a Husky friction sway control, but did the first 150 miles without it at 60Mph and it was rock steady.
     

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  2. Raycfe

    Raycfe Waterford Ct.

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    awelcome.jpg Greetings from the Connecticut shoreline.
     
  3. joet

    joet Well-Known Member

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    Welcome from the West Virginia mountains
     
  4. WVhillbilly

    WVhillbilly Well-Known Member

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    Welcome.
    Nice set up.
     
  5. Cheesehead RV

    Cheesehead RV New Member

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    Welcome from the land of cheese.
    Have the same Aliner except we don't have the Cool Cat. We also are previous owners of a 27ft TT. You gotta love being able to keep the Aliner in the garage.
     
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  6. DJS12354

    DJS12354 Well-Known Member

    Greetings from NEPA!
     
  7. emoney

    emoney Well-Known Member

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    Welcome from Florida. Look at the Thetford Cassette toilet. Battery flush and a breeze to dump etc. you might even find a spot to mount it where you could put a door to the outside for the cassette.
     
  8. erond

    erond Member

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    I'm looking at the Thetford 335 and Camco. Still need to measure. Planning on finding a spot in the dinette area.
     
  9. emoney

    emoney Well-Known Member

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    I’ve found my Thetford is simple, easy to use and easy to work on. Just had to change a water pump and found one on EBay for $13 that fit right in. Used it last week and no need to touch or smell anything which is a huge bonus, lol
     
  10. DiamondGirl

    DiamondGirl Active Member

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    Welcome to the Aliner Family from AZ

    Wishing you the BEST camping experiences. Much easier than larger trailers. It’s easy to tow, set up, take down and store away. We love our Classic. Perfect for empty nesters.

    Happy Camping...[ALPU][PUT]
     
  11. megcabra

    megcabra Well-Known Member

    Welcome and greetings from North Carolina to the portal!
     

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