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Old 01-11-2020, 07:00 AM   #1
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Outside rack on Wayfarer 25LW

I really still think the Wayfarer doesn't have enough storage space for us. But thought that attaching a outside rack to hold storage boxes might be something to consider. Anyone already tried this or have thoughts about this? Dave
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I've seen lots of people add "trunks" to the back of their Sprinter based motorhomes but in your case, I doubt if you have enough reserve weight capacity to safely add it. The trick to downsizing into a Sprinter based motorhome is to only add the bare necessities.

Our first motorhome was a 32CA and it could haul more stuff than our Phaeton that replaced it. We had to downsize a bit at that time.
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Thanks, Luvlabs - dogs probably wouldn't like downsizing - so will probably stick with the 2012 32CA. Arthritic hands and old age will probably ware me out before the motor home wares out. Dave
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