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Discussion in 'Going to the DARK SIDE' started by dschlosser, Mar 5, 2012.
Here's my newest baby that I brought home today.
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Our new rig.
Ram 1500 with tow package
Keystone Outback 210RS (the King bed is the rear slide)
Here is my leap into the dark side. My new to me 1973 Avion Travelcader. All stock but just a few things need updating.
I did look at a few tent trailers before deciding on a teardrop trailer instead. Mainly due to them being lighter, no canvas to decay and warmer. My father built it for me but I've been redoing and adding on things.
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Pic is a bit dark but from what I see it looks pretty nice!
Is this to replace the pup you had to sell? Looks nice!
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Hey Bud121156, we were just looking at a few Freedom Express bunkhouse trailers (236 BHS and 269 BH), how do you like yours? They seem rather nice, and lightweight to boot. Anything you've experienced with it that one should watch out for?
While we like our pup, we've had it a few years and it's feeling like everyone is ready to switch to a TT.
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Here 2 more pic of my camper
Bigdad....was that add a room hard to find?? I'm probably in the market soon and was hoping for some leads.
Well, I've gone and done it. Between the knee issues, back issues, neck issues, my poor RotnPup is going to be 're-homed'. We sold our house we moved out of in Nov 13 and decided to buy a few things we need for the new house, invest a chunk and stash a chunk in a separate savings account to cover next year's taxes. Not to mention this years.
The big thing we bought at a LITTLE price is a brand spanking new 2015 KZ Sportsmen 202RBSS travel trailer. It's small yet very well appointed. The only difference between this one and the one I wanted first, were rear bunks. I liked the full sized lower bunk, but preferred the larger bathroom, whether I use it or not! It's sitting in the driveway now, waiting for me to re-position it so I can just shuttle 'stuff' from the pup to the tt. I'm waiting for Craig to come home because the newer WD hitch is a little heavy, but once the pup's gone, I shouldn't need to swap it out. Take it off when not camping, yes!! I love a lot of the little things in this unit. The awning is electric and has a built in light strip, easily adjusts tilt wise for drainage, has rain 'gutters', the slide out is electric. I only have to crank the stabilizers down and have a long 'S' bar to wind them down.
So tonight we move them around, and prolly move stuff tomorrow...THEN comes Camp Driveway!! WHOO HOO!!
Pictures to come!! Now I have to change my tag to RTNRIG or something like that. Nothing else sounds right. Any ideas???
I'm also posting a review of the place I bought it. SO SO happy with these folks, can't even properly describe it.
RotnMom that add room came with the camper. do you know brand awning you have? like mine was made by Dometic so you can look up Dometic and you can order from them they are not cheap and be a pain the ass to put up but the one that came with the camper has 5 panels so it was not to hard to put up. also my camper came with a new WDH to.
I actually thought I might get a large piece of screening and make a simple bug screen to hang from the awning. I'm going to miss my cabana. Part of me wants to keep it & Velcro attach it to my back deck for a little "room". LOL
First of all, congrats! I bet you'll love your TT. Maybe not the gas hit, but all the rest.
Get yourself a battery drill if you don't have one. You'll have all 4 stabs down in about the time it takes to hand crank 1 down. I hand cranked mine down once. It takes a while!
Yeah, I might just get the drill. Tried that with the pup roof but it was just too jerky for my comfort. The biggest thing is how long I have to be bent over. I'll test it manually first and see though.
Thanks for the reminder!!