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Posted: 10/12/18 08:07am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Glad to hear that there are other that also have 2 TT. I realize its not common, but at least a few others do it.
I'll be lucky, it will be fully stocked, we're getting everything they had for their TT. So all we have to do is load our cloths and food and go. Thanks for all the feedback

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Posted: 10/12/18 08:36am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Have more then one as well.

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Travel Trailer and Pop-up. Pop-up is for Friends and Family, and quick weekend trips, and the TT is like our house on wheels; huge 37' TT with all the amenities.


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TV: 2017 Ford F350 Platinum
2nd RV: 2010 Jayco 1207 PUP
2nd TV: 2004 Ford Excursion V10
Me ('72), DW ('76),
DS ('02), DD ('05), DD ('08)
Yellow Lab ('14), Golden Doodle ('12), Bichon Frise ('18)

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I think one thing to notice is that the size difference between the RVs is a lot. 22' to 36', etc. Most have a very small rig and a large rig. I think the benefits of a medium rig and a large rig are fewer - unless you have a toy hauler type for specific activities.

When you get it, you might end up wanting to trade it for a smaller TT after a few uses.


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1998 American Clipper Fold n Roll Folding Trailer
Both born in Morgan Hill, CA to Irv Perch (Daddy of the Aristocrat trailers)

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Wow, I'm pretty sure I've been doing life all wrong. I only have one camper. Ya'll that have multiples gives me something to aim for.


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I have a 25 ft. Dutchmen TT, a Palomino PUP, a canoe camping dome tent and an 18th century style canvas wedge tent. Each has a specific use and purpose.


Twenty six foot 2010 Dutchmen Lite pulled with a 2011 EcoBoost F-150 4x4.

Just right for Grandpa, Grandma and the dog.


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At the moment we have 3 campers a 1977 13' Trillium (which is being refurbished) a 1971 boler (which I refurbished last winter) and a 2010 21 shadow cruiser which needs to be taken to the dump as it is garbage. I love the fiberglass trailers as they last forever.


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beemerphile1 wrote:

Had two for seven years. Bought lots of duplicate equipment but still had a lot of work switching back and forth. Ended up using one all the time while the other got ignored.

The only way I might consider doing it again was if one was semi permanent on a seasonal site.


We roofed our Bighorn 39'4" 5th wheel and left in our NW summer membership resort. We bought a new Laredo 225MK as a commuter rig to travel to our AZ park model and side trips. We have two lots in the NW park, so be have a place for it and can use it as a guest house or side trips. In AZ it is stored at a covered storage lot, and we will take it out for side trips while here for 7 months.

Surprisingly the fuel miles towing was about the same. 8K TT vs 16K 5th wheel.


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Have 25 ft travel trailer and a slide in box camper ( truck camper) for quick trips alone.or to take to weddings or house parties to aviod driving...after,I mean.


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I have a 26' TT and an A Frame trailer. I use the former when others go with me camping and the latter for shorter trips by myself. We occasionally use both trailers when group camping.

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