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penguin149

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Posted: 09/19/19 06:37pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Wet bath is a no-go for me.....even more so for the wife! MY HTT is fiberglass sided and MUCH easier to keep clean, wax, etc.


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Bumpyroad wrote:

JG wrote:

When we looked at RV's we looked a class A, B & C & Trailers. We were worried about spending money & having poor quality & problems. So we accidentally found Fiberglass Trailers. They are ordered directly from the factory. The build quality is very good & they hold there value. Canada has several Fiberglass & regular Trailers that you can order from the factory. Taylor Coach for example. We ended up for us it is just 2 retired people and a dog the Casita Fiberglass Trailer. It tows very easy. Weight is 2800 pounds. Look at Oliver, Scamp, Big Foot ( They have a fiberglass 5th wheel. ) and others. Good luck


when I was looking, I went to the Casita factory in TX and rather liked their bathroom layout compared to the scamp. to get a full height coat closet you needed to get the roof AC unit, not the lower one that was located at the bottom of the closet area. had a small table on the side with two swivel chairs and you could leave the dinette made up as a bed full time if desired.
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We love ours. We park our in our back yard because of our HOA. I put on a front trailer hitch. Works great. What did you end up getting? We did not look at the Scamp because of the driving distance for us. I think they all are nice now days.


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We have a small company in Australia that builds fibreglass fifth wheelers it's models go from 23 ft to 29 ft
This is a 23 foot model that I saw two days ago at a Sydney caravan show
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Posted: 09/22/19 06:11am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

WOW THAT IS COOL!

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JG wrote:

WOW THAT IS COOL!

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