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Old 08-25-2005, 08:19 AM   #1
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We pick up our new Frontier 2505QSS on Saturday and I was wondering which category this trailer fits into...hybrid/expandable or standard TT??
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We pick up our new Frontier 2505QSS on Saturday and I was wondering which category this trailer fits into...hybrid/expandable or standard TT??
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I've always considered them a standard TT. I've always gone under the assumption that the "hybrid/expandable" has the tent ends.
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I've looked at them and wandered the same thing, but more on the topic of them being called "lightweight" trailers. But for me, it is really a standard TT with a rear slide.

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I'll echo the sentiment that a true hybrid TT is one with the tent tipouts.
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I agree with Jiffypop, no canvas, no Aqualon or other registered brand names for the tent ends, then not hybrid.

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