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Snomas

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Posted: 06/03/20 03:45pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We were in the same situation as yu are now. I sold a dutch star and bought a F150 Truck and bought a 22’ TT for local trips. The TT has a large slide out with all the goodies.
Murphy bed gives us a lot of interior space in the 20’ box. The quality is not Newmar built. I negotiated and payed a fair price for a new unit. If yu want higher quality look at Lance, Artic Fox, and Northern. I bought a Anderson WDH which is quiet and works well w/ my micro lite Flagstaff trailer. I changed the rear bumper and added a 3500 watt generator on rear rack and backup camera
HAPPY CAMPING


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AJR

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At 77 if I was going to do just short trips. Maybe I would consider a TT. If I did I would buy a TT from: Nash, Arctic fox, Outdoors RV. My second TT was an Arctic Fox 22H. I have judged every other RV I have owned to it when it comes to how it is built. What thoughts were put into making it four season, maybe. Basic things like a usable bathroom space, cooking space, tank size and such.

Looking at their websites I see even they have changed some of their layouts to the detriment to offer things other competitors are offering. Smaller showers was one thing I noticed on some models.

One of the subtle thing I have noticed is my 22H was quieter inside than any other RV I have had.


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JL7456

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Just a quick update, purchased a used truck last week and pick up the TT tomorrow. Got the KZ Connect 241RLK. Thank you for all of your advice and information. Happy Trails.

GrandpaKip

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Posted: 06/08/20 07:44am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Enjoy!


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