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GrandpaKip

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Skibane wrote:

GrandpaKip wrote:

Too bad some folks can’t just appreciate some things without trying to tear them apart.


Pointing out obvious flaws isn't "trying to tear them apart".

What's really too bad is the way some folks overlook major problems with solar systems, simply because they want solar to work as well as the alternatives.

The emperor has no clothes.

I would guess that the Australian engineers know just a bit more about their trailer than you do. Just a guess, but I could be worng.


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I would guess that the Australian engineers know just a bit more about their trailer than you do. Just a guess, but I could be worng.


The "engineer" (if there even is one) puts in whatever the marketing department wants.

The marketing department has absolutely no idea what actually works in the real world - only what they think they can sell.

The RV industry is rife with examples of bad ideas, and bad implementations of mediocre ideas.

If you think the mere act of introducing a product automatically makes it a good design, I've got some Chevy Vegas I'd like to sell you.

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Skibane wrote:

GrandpaKip wrote:


I would guess that the Australian engineers know just a bit more about their trailer than you do. Just a guess, but I could be worng.


The "engineer" (if there even is one) puts in whatever the marketing department wants.

The marketing department has absolutely no idea what actually works in the real world - only what they think they can sell.

The RV industry is rife with examples of bad ideas, and bad implementations of mediocre ideas.

If you think the mere act of introducing a product automatically makes it a good design, I've got some Chevy Vegas I'd like to sell you.

No, this is a custom design built for apecific customers, nothing to do with an imaginary marketing department

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GrandpaKip wrote:

Skibane wrote:

GrandpaKip wrote:

Too bad some folks can’t just appreciate some things without trying to tear them apart.


Pointing out obvious flaws isn't "trying to tear them apart".

What's really too bad is the way some folks overlook major problems with solar systems, simply because they want solar to work as well as the alternatives.

The emperor has no clothes.

I would guess that the Australian engineers know just a bit more about their trailer than you do. Just a guess, but I could be worng.

Pretty well spot on. Do not know what he is talking about

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Lwiddis wrote:

That TT sure looks good...tuff!

Pretty well

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Skibane wrote:

GrandpaKip wrote:


I would guess that the Australian engineers know just a bit more about their trailer than you do. Just a guess, but I could be worng.


The "engineer" (if there even is one) puts in whatever the marketing department wants.

The marketing department has absolutely no idea what actually works in the real world - only what they think they can sell.

The RV industry is rife with examples of bad ideas, and bad implementations of mediocre ideas.

If you think the mere act of introducing a product automatically makes it a good design, I've got some Chevy Vegas I'd like to sell you.

Ha, ha, ha. Whatever you say, sir.

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Nice. Thanks for posting.

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RobertRyan wrote:


No, this is a custom design built for apecific customers, nothing to do with an imaginary marketing department


That statement is priceless. The lengths that some won’t go to protect their position!
So not a production unit and there is no “marketing” involved whatsoever in a high $ custom build? Mmmmmkay.


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