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Old 01-27-2006, 10:29 AM   #15
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Combine the 13 foot exterior with a 16 foot interior...a guaranteed winner!
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Old 01-27-2006, 08:18 PM   #16
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Combine the 13 foot exterior with a 16 foot interior...a guaranteed winner!
Did you just see the latest Harry Potter movie; the tent camping scene?
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Old 01-27-2006, 08:51 PM   #17
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I feel very lucky that we decided to buy our 02 5th wheel. We payed not much less than new . It is worth it. Changes I would see is at least raise the trailer and use 14" wheels as a standard. There would be less blow outs at 70mph. for the 5th wheel I would add a 2nd battery. I really love the curved door but would change the lock set . I really love my Egg
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Old 01-28-2006, 11:44 PM   #18
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I feel very lucky that we decided to buy our 02 5th wheel. We payed not much less than new . It is worth it. Changes I would see is at least raise the trailer and use 14" wheels as a standard. There would be less blow outs at 70mph. for the 5th wheel I would add a 2nd battery. I really love the curved door but would change the lock set . I really love my Egg
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You do 70 towing Egg Salad Annie? Holy Cow Taylor, does Linda drive that fast too?

I think they just need to have some good old fashioned "quality control." IE: Check every rivet, seal, seam, and joint in the place. Nuts, bolts, and anything else used to attach anything, to the Scamp! Our Scamp had a gap inside, where the bench joined the wall. And the original owners had to reattach the molding around the "privacy room door," because it fell off one day. Maybe they could include a rain tunnel test... for finding leaks too! Other than these minor annoyances, that Scamp, was a nice trailer! But what do I know, Renee sold it.
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