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deltabravo

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Posted: 08/16/18 09:38pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I love the fact that it's generator ready - meaning I can install a generator in it.

Very few manufacturers to that.


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I will start by saying... we have owned and camped in a pop-up, 17'TT, 21'TT, 26'TT, and a 32' 5er. We are back at 20'TT.

What we like about small TT, especially the 20ish foot size.
-Get in most any campground
-towable with V6 1/2 ton truck
-neo-angle shower
-walk around queen
-sofa slide
-great for 2 of us and our 2 little dogs
-plenty of outside and inside storage
-it is paid for
Small TTs are great for couples with no kids in tow. An occasional over night guess is ok.


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Gosh, pld, an "over night guess?" Your sleeping arrangements are a lot more interesting than mine! [emoticon]

Just kidding, of course. I use voice recognition software instead of typing. It is pretty good, but it sometimes makes the most hilarious errors -- "my computer can wreck a nice beach." (Recognize speech.)


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Posted: 08/18/18 12:40pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

1: never had to go back to the dealer in the 3 years that I owned it
2: I own it
3: fulfills all our needs

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Paid for
2nd door for bathroom to outside
walk around queen bed
power tongue and stab jacks
15K btu a/c unit
gets my family out to nature


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Posted: 08/19/18 06:16am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We really liked our old camper, but like the new one better. Specifically;
Walk around queen sized bed
Couch as opposed to dinette
8 cu ft refrigerator
Stove vent goes to outside
TV placed so we dont have to turn our heads to watch it. We don’t watch a lot of tv, but still nice.
Lots of pantry space and clothes storage
All LED lighting
Power awning
Still under 20’

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pld33270 wrote:

I will start by saying... we have owned and camped in a pop-up, 17'TT, 21'TT, 26'TT, and a 32' 5er. We are back at 20'TT.

What we like about small TT, especially the 20ish foot size.
-Get in most any campground
-towable with V6 1/2 ton truck
-neo-angle shower
-walk around queen
-sofa slide
-great for 2 of us and our 2 little dogs
-plenty of outside and inside storage
-it is paid for
Small TTs are great for couples with no kids in tow. An occasional over night guess is ok.


X2 though I haven't owned all of those other trailers.

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I love that it's perfect for me (I use a twin bed on the back section of the folded down "U" dinette), but the larger than queen bed is great when hubby decides to occasionally come along. With the use of the fully-enclosed add-a-room and beast of an AC unit, it also works when one or more of our grown children are along.

I can move it by hand when on asphalt or concrete, so can turn to take advantage of the view.

It has more counter space than most larger TTs. I love that the stove and sink have fold down covers.

I love that I can decide upon using a small awning, large full awning, or add-a-room depending on site, weather, and length of stay.

I have a lot of storage for a tiny camper. In fact, it's not all utilized.

We have a very active [email protected] community and I've made a ton of friends and love to attend events, including a fall beach "hop" in SC. Most members here will say it's much too small; however, in our group we have a large number of couples, and even some with a small child and/or dogs.

I can, without planning, pull in practically anywhere to shop, sight see, meet a friend, etc.

It's fun, cheerful, and I'm totally enjoying my 9th season with it. I previously camped in a Class C and use this one so much more. I'm still head-over-heels in love with my 2007 [email protected]


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Posted: 09/29/18 08:24pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The things I love about our TT-
Paid for
small enough to get into any site
queen size bed is big enough that my wife can have all the covers she wants and I don't have to sweat
big enough to prepare meals in if it rains and we still have room to eat
nice bathroom
I can store it in a 20 foot carport in my backyard
did I mention-paid cash when new
love the big windows, almost like sitting outside


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Posted: 09/30/18 02:51am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

two bathrooms!
84 gallons of black, and 84 gallons of grey!



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