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Old 03-12-2012, 07:09 AM   #15
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if you want to remove your tc alot put stable lift system on it they are supposed to be go for quick remove and leveling

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Old 03-13-2012, 11:38 AM   #16
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I am also very interested in this thread. We purchased a Sun-Lite 955SD last Summer, but have only been able to use it for 5 total nights. My father in law was sick so we were not able to travel after we got the Sun-Lite. He passed away at the end of January. Last month my wife wanted to get away for a couple days so we went 2 hours from home near Smithfield NC and and stayed at a KOA. We left the camper on the truck and it went with us every where we went. It was not that much trouble to hook and unhook for just 2 days, but if I was staying for several days I would unload it.
One thing my wife and I were wondering about is how stable is the camper when it is off of the truck and we both get into the bed. Does it get front heavy? Is there any danger of it tipping over? This might seem like a silly question, but we do not know. We have been traveling with 2 different pop ups and 2 different travel trailers. We decided we wanted to down size so we went to the truck camper and so far we like it and do not miss the extra room that much.


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