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Old 04-17-2003, 08:04 PM   #15
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I'm more concerned about being able to sleep than stand. Also, the amount of floor space for the dogs to sleep.

We've tent camped when I did not have the time to go get our Airstream out of storage. With a small trailer we could keep it at home and JUST GO!:)

If we can go small enough I might be able to retire our Suburban.
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Old 04-18-2003, 12:55 AM   #16
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bed size

The bed in the 13' Casita is 6'6" x 48" same in the 16' Casita Spirit and Freedom.

The bed in the 16' Casita Liberty* is about** 7' x 6'6".

The bed in the 17' Casita Spirit and Freedom is 6'6" x 54".

The bed in the 17' Liberty* is about** 7'4" x 6'6".

Bear in mind that the rear of the trailer is rounded in the corners on all modles and this cuts the rear sleeping area a bit.

* The liberty is usually slept in length wise.

** I'm guessing on the length, I know its longer then wider and the 17'Lib. is 4" longer then the 16' Lib.
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Old 04-18-2003, 12:54 PM   #17
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Liberty bed

The bed in our Liberty is almost square. The length is 6'10 and the width is 6'6". I just added up the bed board sizes to get the length.
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Old 04-21-2003, 08:30 AM   #18
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2000 lb tow limit

Hi,

I was just reading this post as I am in the same situation. I have a 6cy Jeep Wrangler. My engine is the same used in the Cherokee/Grand Cherokee but due the short wheel base of the Wrangler I am limited to 2000 lb and a 300 lb toungue weight. I have been looking over the different fiberglass trailers and thought the scamp was the lightest for it's size. (16'/1750lb?) Any comments or suggestions on the right trailer for me would be greatly appreciated.

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Kathy G
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