Which EGG is smallest? - Fiberglass RV


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Old 05-18-2008, 08:37 AM   #1
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I need to know which 13' EGG haas the smallest profile - lowest in height and width.
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Old 05-18-2008, 10:24 AM   #2
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This is just a guess, but maybe the Compact J.
http://album.fiberglassrv.com/gallery2/mai...p?g2_itemId=709
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Old 05-18-2008, 12:41 PM   #3
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Another guess but this is also very small and it caught my eye it called "Lil Joe"
http://fivestarrv.com/weis-craft/littlejoe/index.htm

that compact jr is nice too as the previous post suggested
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Old 05-18-2008, 01:00 PM   #4
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Lightest would probably be one of the early 1970s Bolers. I know that's not what you asked.

Trillium Outback:
Tire: 13"
Height: 7' 10"
Frame: 14' 2"
Body: 10' 1"
Weight: 1395 lbs.
Interior Width: 6'2"
Interior Height: 6'2"
Rear Bed: 6'2" long by 47" wide
Front Lower Bunk: '2" long by 26" wide
Front Top Bunk: 6'2" long by 24" wide

Scamp 13'
Overall length: 13' 0"
Overall height: 7' 6"
Overall width: 6' 8"
Interior length: 10' 0"
Interior height: 6' 3"
Interior width: 6' 6"
Approx. weight: 1200 lbs.
2200 Lb. axel
Hitch weight: 100 lbs. approx
Hitch height: approx. 18"

Castia 13'
Overall length: 13' 0"
Overall height: 7' 8"
Overall width: 6' 8"
Interior length: 10' 0"
Interior height: 5' 10"
Approx. weight: 1465 lbs.
2200 Lb. axel

These are from the manufacturers websites.
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Old 05-18-2008, 01:29 PM   #5
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The Trails West Campster is small enough that I was able to roll it into my garage after letting some of the air out of it's tires (15" rims!). Generally speaking, any of the trailers with pop-tops have a lower profile overall, which make them easier to garage. The garage door to my condo is particularly low at only 77" and posed a real challenge when it came to finding the right FGRV. I'm happy with my choice and I'm saving a lot of money by storing it at home. Plus, it's a lot easier to work on.
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Old 05-18-2008, 03:41 PM   #6
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The lowest profile and probably narrowest is the Miti-Lite trailer. Look in the albums. I have seen one upclose and they are a lot shorter than either the Compacts or Campsters. They have a pop up roof like the Westfalia Volkswagon vans.
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Another guess but this is also very small and it caught my eye it called "Lil Joe"
http://fivestarrv.com/weis-craft/littlejoe/index.htm
Sadly, Little Joe is 7'4" tall, taller than my pre-fire Scamp 13' (7'0" before fantastical fan).

http://www.weiscrafttrailers.com/littlejoe.html

It would help to define 'smaller', which could be height, width, length or weight, depending on what one's needs are.
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Old 05-19-2008, 07:57 AM   #8
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Lisa, does your campster sleep three? (w/bunk)
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Old 05-20-2008, 12:46 AM   #9
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Lisa, does your campster sleep three? (w/bunk)
If you remove the table and put a sheet of 28" x 6' of plywood between the two single beds you could sleep 3 people. There are no bunk beds as far as I know on the Campsters, Compacts, nor Hunters. These trailers all enter from the rear of the trailer, which is where the other FGRV trailers typically have the bunk beds.

Also, in my PM I stated that the pop-top spans to where the beds begin. This is not accurate. It spans to where the table begins so you do have several feet to manuever around in the trailer to get situated before you sit down at the table.
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