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Old 06-12-2005, 08:47 PM   #1
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As we search for a TT under 28', my one main objective is to find a TT with enough storage for all our stuff.

I'm amazed at how many manufacturers use updated lighting, better fabrics, but have no pantry for food stuff! Ditto on the models that have no place to put two or more extra rolls of toilet paper IN the bathroom area.

Which brands have you looked at that you found had more than the average in the way of storage both in/out?

Which brands lacked even the basics?
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As we search for a TT under 28', my one main objective is to find a TT with enough storage for all our stuff.

I'm amazed at how many manufacturers use updated lighting, better fabrics, but have no pantry for food stuff! Ditto on the models that have no place to put two or more extra rolls of toilet paper IN the bathroom area.

Which brands have you looked at that you found had more than the average in the way of storage both in/out?

Which brands lacked even the basics?
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Old 06-17-2005, 07:43 PM   #3
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Tiniree, take a look at Forest River Wildcats. They are really nice for the money, and have tons of storage. In fact, the storage is what impressed me the most when I looked at them. I would have bought one but I didn't have a big enough tow vehicle at the time. I would still like to get one someday.
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Old 10-20-2005, 08:05 PM   #4
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I ended up with a Cardinal for just that reason. Every other rig just did not equal the storage the Cardinal. I am sure there are others but for us the rig had the best above and bellow.
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Our Rockwood 8298SS which is also by Forest River has lots of storage, excellent pantry and dinette area storage. Downside-Have space, will fill it.
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Look at Nash and Arctic Fox - they make use of every nook and cranny. My unit has more than I will ever use.
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