- Feb 4, 2016
Looks a major trip to the OUTLET'S are in order to restock the new set up
Maybe Mrs. Tiggerdad won't notice ? Better to bring it home while she is away for the day and fill it with everything from the old one along with anything you can ,beg, borrow, or have the boys appropriateWhat the!?
Happy thoughts of my camper just got ruined by the visions of shopping bags filling the back bunks and falling out in the floor down the steps...
I will check on this. Thanks Joe.Congrats Michael on getting the truck fixed and your new 5'vr. Looks like a nice rig and it beats tent camping by a whole lot. I really like the tankless water heater. Have you ever heard of swivel wheel attachments ? It is similar to a trailer but attaches to the receiver directly. Does not have a trailer tongue. You can haul a golf cart of anything that will fit and they are legal to tow in Florida.
sorry the fella backed out, but glad the dealer could get you a good deal anyway. Sweet.Dangit! Change in plans. The guy backed out of the consignment. I said "Forget it". Dealer had a new one on the lot, same model, newer with few more options. We worked out a deal on it that I was comfortable with and we just decided to go with new. Still better deal than I was getting on other trailers, so I'm not totally out.
I will check on this. Thanks Joe.
Yes, sorry, you are right. Dry weight is around 450#. Electric carts with full batteries are closer to 900-1000#, which seems to be out of the recommended range for the swivel wheels or at least is right at the limit.Check into the weight on the GC. I thought battery carts were up closer to 900#.
Just call Uber when you need it towed some place.Oh all options are open, but still leaning towards the trailer as the probable favorite. I'll check into the Grand Design. Funny thing, if you think about it. You either have to have a vehicle to pull the trailer, or you need a vehicle to tow behind what you are camping in. Either way, two items.
We have tankless water heater in the house, and it is very efficient. From others I've talked to and reviews I've seen the tankless water heater in the RVs are pretty efficient as well. Several reviews noted families of 4, living in RV full time and only having to refill 30# bottles (pair of them) about every 2-3 months so figure about $15 bottle (what it cost for me to fill here in MS) I think that is pretty good. The girls love the idea of not having to conduct the Navy shower routine.Great looking trailer! Love the tankless heater idea....no more navy shower I guess (as long as you don’t mind using more propane I guess...)