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Old 10-10-2014, 03:28 PM   #1
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Anybody using teardrop camper.

Anybody using a teardrop camper.
curious to hear some thoughts about them
I was thinking it would be good for some day trips, weekend stuff, easy to pull with my 4cyl Nissan frontier.
Also we go to some dog events, and other get together where it would be neat to have all the stuff to cook out ext...and a sort of headquarter.

I may be wrong, but it seems like a teardrop type trailer might work for some things.
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Old 10-11-2014, 07:00 AM   #2
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Anybody using a teardrop camper.
curious to hear some thoughts about them
I was thinking it would be good for some day trips, weekend stuff, easy to pull with my 4cyl Nissan frontier.
Also we go to some dog events, and other get together where it would be neat to have all the stuff to cook out ext...and a sort of headquarter.

I may be wrong, but it seems like a teardrop type trailer might work for some things.
There is a teardrop forum called Tear Jerkers. We camp with the Louisiana group at times (even though we have a bigger rig).

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There is also a forum called Teardrops and Tiny Travel Trailers at Teardrops n Tiny Travel Trailers.

Many people build their own instead of buying a manufactured one and this site also has a section for building.

I've had a couple of Little Guy teardrops. I just got in a new T@G Max recently. They are alot of fun and are pretty well-built, yet economical and light (around 1000 lbs). They have a forum too at Little Guy Teardrop Trailers

Here's a pic of my little cutie:

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ThanksJoined TNTTT a couple days ago, seems to be a well traveled forum.
will check the little guy forum.
I can drag a teardrop like there is nothing behind my 4cylinder Nissan. so I do not have to worry about a vehicle for a while, and if we buy a B, or C class RV I can use it to haul stuff, or call it a second bedroom if friends come along with us.
I think it would be great for day outings at events because we would not have to load up the truck, and such, if the tear drop had the kitchen in the rear. just pull up and start the party.

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There is also a forum called Teardrops and Tiny Travel Trailers at Teardrops n Tiny Travel Trailers.

Many people build their own instead of buying a manufactured one and this site also has a section for building.

I've had a couple of Little Guy teardrops. I just got in a new T@G Max recently. They are alot of fun and are pretty well-built, yet economical and light (around 1000 lbs). They have a forum too at Little Guy Teardrop Trailers

Here's a pic of my little cutie:

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