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Old 03-01-2007, 04:14 PM   #1
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Okay, I am entering the market for something a little larger than what I got and I want to get a lot of feedback.

Right now I have a ˜Little Guy' Tear Drop Trailer and I love it. (if you don't know what I am talking about go here: Teardrop Trailer )

I think when a traditional trailer or rv proves to big or not ˜the best fit for the occasion,' these are a convenient, cheap alternative. What do you all think about them?

Anyway...I am working on getting an RV now. I want to hear suggestions why I should go with a different type of trailer - obviously larger than my current teardrop (and what models you suggest). Thanks!
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Okay, I am entering the market for something a little larger than what I got and I want to get a lot of feedback.

Right now I have a ˜Little Guy' Tear Drop Trailer and I love it. (if you don't know what I am talking about go here: Teardrop Trailer )

I think when a traditional trailer or rv proves to big or not ˜the best fit for the occasion,' these are a convenient, cheap alternative. What do you all think about them?

Anyway...I am working on getting an RV now. I want to hear suggestions why I should go with a different type of trailer - obviously larger than my current teardrop (and what models you suggest). Thanks!
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Old 03-02-2007, 01:57 AM   #3
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Kind of need more info how big,what you are towing with,do you want a TT or fifth wheel anyways some good manufacturers are KZ,Sunnybrook,Cedar Creek,Titaniums,Jayco there area few to start looking at their are hundreds more.
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Old 03-02-2007, 02:04 AM   #4
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The LG trailer is what I would call a camping trailer. Sort of an alternative to a pop-up trailer.

I have always like those cute little units, they seemed a little tight if it were to rain all day.

I have been researching "what unit to get" for the last 5 years.

The unit that is right for you is the type you want to get. Once you have that determination, start reading about the different manufacturers.

Find the ones that work for your budget, TV, etc.

Remember, every model out there will have good and bad reviews. You just have to wade through all the reading, go look at the units, ask the important questions (you learn what to ask as you read all the forums)and have fun doing it.
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Old 03-02-2007, 04:25 AM   #5
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Yes, we really need more information. Like, what do you have for a tow vehicle? Are you willing to trade it for bigger? What is your camping lifestyle? How many campers? What do you like to do while camping? You get the picture I hope?
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