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Old 01-19-2015, 10:45 PM   #1
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2015 LivinLite CampLite 21RBS

Just bought one with the LX comfort package, pick it up the 30th. Overall, the wife and I agreed on several key points with this TT, most important being the solid feel for a 3350# TT, 5000# max. The next being it has no fear of water - wipe it up, fix the leak, keep on trucking. We've kicked the tires on a lot of RVs in the past few years and this one is totally different from the frame up, very solid and so simple, which appealed to our minimalist natures. Certainly not perfect and there are trade offs, but it has a lot of potential and we're stoked to fix it up and make it ours! I'll try to update this thread as much as possible for information purposes. Pictures too.
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Old 01-20-2015, 06:13 AM   #2
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Nice. I sent someone a link the other day for Livinlite when they were trying to keep the weight down. Good amount of room and larger suv or small truck tow able. I'd buy one.
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Old 01-20-2015, 08:05 AM   #3
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Thanks. Forgot to mention that we'll be towing with an F150, 5.0 V8, max tow gear.. way more than we need..
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Old 05-23-2015, 05:44 PM   #4
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2015 Camplite 21RBS

We bought a 2015 Camplite 21RBS, but it's unique in that it has two twin beds instead of the queen. Huge amount of extra storage with this particular config. It really is a solid camper, and we felt very comfortable in it.
Unfortunately we need to sell due to medical issues. You can check it out on Dallas/Albuquerque/Phoenix Craigslist.
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Old 05-24-2015, 04:03 PM   #5
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We bought a 2015 Camplite 21RBS, but it's unique in that it has two twin beds instead of the queen. Huge amount of extra storage with this particular config. It really is a solid camper, and we felt very comfortable in it.
Unfortunately we need to sell due to medical issues. You can check it out on Dallas/Albuquerque/Phoenix Craigslist.
You should go post this over in the LivinLite proboards forum..
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Old 05-25-2015, 06:48 AM   #6
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Congrats on the new trailer! They look like a really good product. I was looking at their largest TT (online) and thought it could easily be something DW and I could consider. But, they don't seem to have a lot of storage space (for long trips) and don't offer an outdoor kitchen. But, their construction techniques look great....definiately a company to keep an eye on. I look forward to hearing any reports on how the trailer works for you.

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Old 05-26-2015, 07:00 AM   #7
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That's interesting. We just pulled off an 8000 mile coast to coast trip and one of the things we learned was, we packed way too much stuff in the trailer. For two people not full timing, it has more than ample storage.
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That's interesting. We just pulled off an 8000 mile coast to coast trip and one of the things we learned was, we packed way too much stuff in the trailer. For two people not full timing, it has more than ample storage.
Well, we're on the fourth day of our 6 week trip, and you're probably right that we've packed more than we need. But we'll see how we do over the coming weeks and then we'll learn a few things, hopefully.

The funny thing is that the folks in the big 30+ and +++ rigs probably look at us and wonder how we can possibly take a long trip in a smaller trailer.
It's all in what you get used to. I can remember taking our two sons out west to Mount Rushmore when we had a pop up tent camper with a 12' box, not bathroom, and a Crown Vic to tow it with. And, we didn't lack for anything. But it was one heck of a long trek from our campsite at the Rafter J to the nearest bathroom....especially at 1 in the morning.
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Agree!
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Understand exactly. We pulled a Koala 21CS (24 ft fm bumper to ball) 7900+ miles across this country last year. Some of the places we went, I would not have wanted a larger trailer.

I pulled that trailer all the way to the beach on the Pacific Ocean through Los Angeles.

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The funny thing is that the folks in the big 30+ and +++ rigs probably look at us and wonder how we can possibly take a long trip in a smaller trailer.
It's all in what you get used to.
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