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Old 09-04-2014, 01:03 PM   #1
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Off road TT's?

Does any other mainstream company make TT's designed for off road use like the Jayco Baja series? By 'off road', I mean driving up Forest Service/BLM unimproved roads to get to hunting camps, etc. Maybe even taking it up to Alaska? I'm looking at a small, lightweight type.
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You might want o look at the Livin Lite, Barcat, all aluminum construction, off-road models. Bearcat off road campers | Livin' Lite RV

I like their 16ft, 3,070 lb toy hauler that has an amazing 3,930 lb load capacity.

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