We've been looking at doing more dry-camping / boondocking, and at the same time thinking about moving from our current ~31' TT to an equivalent (or slightly smaller) 5ver.
If money was no object, I'd get an AF 27-5L and be done with it. Reality being what it is... we're looking at a variety of older trailers within a given price range. Some of those are very nice, well cared for units... but the tank sizes seem a bit... small. 40 gallon fresh, 30-40 gallon black, 30+ grey (may or may not include a galley tank as well).
We haven't had any real issues with the current tank setup we have now(other than the usual with the level indicators being complete crap), with 60 gallons fresh, 76 gallons grey (including galley), 38 gallon black.
Am I being overly cautious on the tank size thing with the older trailers? Carrying or getting extra fresh water isn't *that* hard, although maybe annoying, compared to just having it onboard. Really really not enthused about the notion of a 'turd hearse' - just the two of us, and our dry camping has been a couple days, may look at extending it out to 4-5, maybe a week?
Am I un-necessarily 'narrowing the field' by being picky about tank sizes on a used RV that otherwise fits our needs for the time being - knowing that it probably won't be a 'forever' rig?
2012 F250 CCSB 4x4 XL/FX4 6.2l gas
2018 Cougar 28RLSWE TT