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Old 12-19-2011, 12:22 PM   #1
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tall interior height and beds at opposite ends

We're looking for a used travel trailer with an interior height that I can fit in...I'm 6'9. I have come across a few types that have a tall interior, but I can't seem to find a list of models and Years they started making the interior higher. This would facilitate the search. When I call the manufacturers and tell them what I want, somehow I get lost on hold.
We are also looking for a TT with beds at both ends. I use a cpap machine and my wife is a light sleeper so normally we have separate bedrooms for sleeping in a house. Probably can't find two actual bedrooms, but a bedroom at one end and a sleeping couch at the other.
And finally, want the TT not to be so long that we can't take it into parks.
So, that's the WISH list...any thoughts or suggestions?

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And finally, want the TT not to be so long that we can't take it into parks. So, that's the WISH list...any thoughts or suggestions?
By in large travel trailers are not going to have extraordinarily tall ceilings. Fifth wheels on the other hand may but now you need a pickup truck. There maybe some brands out there that might have a taller ceiling than others. Good luck with your selection
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