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Old 03-15-2014, 09:55 PM   #15
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Looked at the Camplite's at the Cleveland RV shop a few months ago. Very pricey for their size. Most RV trailers are 8' wide, the Camplite's were only 7' wide. Watch their fresh water tank sizes. Some were only 20 gallons, others 30 or 38. Like the concept of all aluminum construction, even the cabinets. Didn't like the plastic windows they call ( Lightweight European Composite Windows ).

As far as total weight. I have a 25' 6" Aerolite hybrid with a couch / kitchen slide. The delivered weight is 4300 lbs. The Camplite 21RBS (24') with a couch slide comes in at 3300 lbs. But my tt has a whole lot more cabinets and storage and is 8' wide. That extra foot in width is a big difference..

Having a towing limit of 4500 for your Buick Enclave. Camplite will offer many floorplans for that limit.
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