<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">DH says bigger is not always better - although I could argue that ... sigh ... </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
Actually, I've found a trailer this short can get a bit squirrly when backing. Once you see it is off line a little bit, you had better correct quick. Long wheelbase truck doesn't help. The few semi's I've driven seemed easier to back, but I'm getting used to it.
Since this is my first RV, I thought of it as an experiment to see what I really want (and hopefully not get hurt too bad if I sell after a couple years).
I think I got it right with a 5th wheel toy hauler (as opposed to the camper and trailer my more experienced RVing frined suggested), but next time I think I will go with a 32 PH or 33 K-Z.
Having a sleeper sofa in addition to the drop down dinette would be nice, and a second fresh water tank becomes an option... but then weight goes up, and some of the spots I can park in now would be too short.
I guess everything is a compromise.
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