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Old 06-28-2013, 04:12 PM   #1
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Would this be a disaster to buy this?

Does anyone thing this would be an OK trailer to buy and live in for a couple of years?

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I'm not sure it's made for fulltiming. Most TT's aren't and the winterproofing might be a problem.
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Old 06-28-2013, 04:31 PM   #3
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I agree....its likely not insulated well enough for the winter. And a lite model is likely giving up some weight in other areas. Maybe think about looking for a unit that's a couple of years old that has better insulation and other options that will make the stay in it a little more tolerable for two years.
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That is a lite weight entry level trailer and not meant for full time use. So living in it will be rough on the trailer. I would expect wear and tare well beyond the normal.

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Take a look here
https://www.google.com/search?source...w=1138&bih=510
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Heating that unit below 25 degrees will be interesting. I have seen units like that where you can feel the breeze inside on a windy day. They are not meant for 4 season use!
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Those hud trailers have no tanks and could be lived in. The RV DEALER near me refurbished a couple and sold them again. They are fine for living with full hookup, but some campgrounds have gotten wise to them because you are expected to pretreat your black waste, not dump it straight in!
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lost.............see that you are in Natchez. If you will be in that area I would say go for it.......
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