Hi I was going to write something today. I saw this posted late last night and I got an email request on how I like mine Perris Valley Pacer. I am the original owner. I purchased mine in 1985 and it is just like the one that you are looking at but in it original condition. My wife and I love ours. We have taken it everywhere.
Three major problems it might be the same on other Brands - that we came across. 1) The axle
spindle are 1100 pounds on this model (if you over load the trailer you will have bent spindles) I replaced my axle
3400 pounds to make it stronger - I am a rock hound. 2) The frame is weak under the door - I had to make it stronger. 3) The dinette bed is quite narrow for large people it measured only 44 inches wide and 77 inches long.
that you are concerned about it no problem when the trailer not moving. Parked, hitch up or with level jacks you should be just fine. Travling with over weight
bouncing puts stress on light
I removed the top bunk so my tailer sleep three adults.
I do all my own work. I live near Los Angeles. I built a new frame. extended the tongue, put in a new axle, large ref with freezer, large stove, new cushions, new curtains, additional cabinets, screen door and awning
The person who wrote me with the current price is a good price. My brother in law just bought an 1981 Scamp
for $3,100.00 last week and need some work. Which I am helping him with.
I know Perris isn't a well known name and it was in business for 10 years. If I wanted a trailer right now I would buy it. The ceiling is higher than the 13 foot scamp
that my brother in law bought. He can stand up in mine.
I like mine over Scamp
. I have taken it everywhere and have it set up for off road use. 4X4.
If you don't over load the trailer and it hasn't been over loaded, you shouldn't have any problems.
Any others questions or help send me a email. I don't always check this site daily.