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Silvergray49

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Posted: 01/08/19 07:51pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have been looking at the 18ft Micro Minnie duel axel by Winnebago. I would like to hear from any owners or reviews of these trailers. Thank you in advance.

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Silvergray49 wrote:

I have been looking at the 18ft Micro Minnie duel axel by Winnebago. I would like to hear from any owners or reviews of these trailers. Thank you in advance.


Join the Facebook group “Winnebago Micro Minnie Owners”. They have 2000 members and if it’s like the Minnie group I’m in, they are very knowledgeable and helpful.


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my brother has one and they love it. It has a murpy bed and slide with dinette. I've been inside a couple of them and was impressed in what they are able to do with the size.


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Posted: 01/08/19 09:47pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Which model? The 170k Drop has a 19 foot box. The Micro Minnie 1706fb is a 19’ 2” box.


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Posted: 01/08/19 10:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

You might want to take a look at the Rockwood 2109S. Seems to have more tank capacities and more standard features.

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1ed is right on. Check tank capacities first.

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We have the 2019 Winnebago Micro Minnie 2108DS which we got last September, and love it. Seven foot width, tows great with our 2018 Ford F-150 using the Andersen "No Sway" Weight Distribution Hitch. First trip out was from Memphis to Helena, MT and back and no issues over the 4,000 plus miles through 8% mountain grades and high cross winds over the flat prairie lands. The Micro Minnie has the dinette slide, Murphy bed, and light interior which makes it feel very spacious. We looked at many and felt the Winnebago had much better quality, fit, and finish than others.


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ClassBGirl wrote:

We have the 2019 Winnebago Micro Minnie 2108DS which we got last September, and love it. Seven foot width, tows great with our 2018 Ford F-150 using the Andersen "No Sway" Weight Distribution Hitch. First trip out was from Memphis to Helena, MT and back and no issues over the 4,000 plus miles through 8% mountain grades and high cross winds over the flat prairie lands. The Micro Minnie has the dinette slide, Murphy bed, and light interior which makes it feel very spacious. We looked at many and felt the Winnebago had much better quality, fit, and finish than others.
What do these units run $ ?

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