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ramlover

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Hi all. first post. im looking for a new tt. the arctic fox 22g is top of my list. but i an open to others but can not find any with out slides. so maybe there are no others?

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Keystone Hideout has 3 or 4 no slide variations. Here's one that's almost identical to the floor plan in your model: Click here.

Here's a Keystone Bullet Crossfire: Click here.

Maybe this will help jump start you. Good luck in your search.

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ramlover wrote:

... but i an open to others but can not find any with out slides. so maybe there are no others?


You can't have put much effort into this as pretty well every manufacturer offers some non-slide models.

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You seem to be new to RVing. Why don’t you want a slide? Makes a smaller TT “open up” at a campsite. I wouldn’t buy one without a slide.

Four Winnebagos have no slide. https://winnebagoind.com/products/travel-trailer/2020/micro-minnie/floorplans


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SoundGuy wrote:

ramlover wrote:

... but i an open to others but can not find any with out slides. so maybe there are no others?


You can't have put much effort into this as pretty well every manufacturer offers some non-slide models.


Always has to be one!
I did not do a good job of saying what im looking for. must be tandem axle and no shorter than 23 foot longer would be great. but cant find anything with out slides. must be well built as i will be living full time in it. Weight does not matter.I have plenty of truck.

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“Always has to be one!”

You were the ONE who couldn’t find TTs without a slide. “...cannot find any with out slides...”

Three of the four Winnebagos I referred have tandem axles.

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ramlover wrote:

... but i an open to others but can not find any with out slides. so maybe there are no others?


SoundGuy wrote:

You can't have put much effort into this as pretty well every manufacturer offers some non-slide models.


ramlover wrote:

Always has to be one!
I did not do a good job of saying what im looking for. must be tandem axle and no shorter than 23 foot longer would be great. but cant find anything with out slides. must be well built as i will be living full time in it. Weight does not matter.I have plenty of truck.


As one who has owned Coachmen I could suggest their Freedom Express 204RD. However, "well built" is an oxymoron when talking about the North American RV industry as almost every one of us has a had a horror story to tell about our own experiences as RV owners. [emoticon]

As for "plenty of truck" - yeah, we've all heard that one too. [emoticon]


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Bigfoot RV has a couple trailers that might meet your needs nicely. They even offer built in generators. A little pricey but should be a solid performer for full time living. JMHO


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ramlover wrote:

Hi all. first post. im looking for a new tt. the arctic fox 22g is top of my list. but i an open to others but can not find any with out slides. so maybe there are no others?


Outdoors RV (ORV) has a few without slides.
Outdoors RV

Nash too - the 22H

Nash is built in the same factory as the AF.
Outdoors RV is a sister company to Northwood (Nash / AF)


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ramlover wrote:

must be well built as i will be living full time in it. Weight does not matter.I have plenty of truck.


ORV or Northwood are the only two I'd consider since you want one that's well built. The build their own frames instead of using the scrap metal disguised as frames that Lippert builds. Underbellies n ORV and Northwood units are enclosed and insulated for usage in cold temps too.

* This post was edited 11/21/19 06:33am by deltabravo *

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