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Old 03-15-2014, 02:09 PM   #1
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Moving from Truck camper to small TT need help

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Great website with a ton of information. Here's my question maybe questions.
We are coming from Truck Camper which we love and are moving to a small TT
We are looking at 3 right now 2008 Thor Sonoma 22ft ,Nash 22 ft and a Nash 19 ft. We are looking at used under 22 ft and around 10 grand with queen bed would like slide(we have one on our truck camper)but not a deal breaker. Do not need ultra light TT my truck will take care of anything we buy.
What are your thoughts on small TT's. What do you recommend,
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Old 03-15-2014, 02:15 PM   #2
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Heard good stuff about the Nash tt's...Personally I could get a tt with a slide...Even a small couch slide opens up the whole space. In a smaller tt, keep an eye on the amount of the fresh water tanks. Anything under 30 I feel is too small. The Aerolite's use 52...

What is your main reason for going to a tt?

Just looked at a of the 2014 24M Nash...on Youtube. Couldn't believe all the interior / exterior storage. Not in the market for a new tt, but if I was, a Nash would have to be looked at... Youtube

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You can't go wrong with a Nash.

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