The actual height is difficult to be absolutely precise. I have a Camco vent cover so I can use the Fantastic Fan when it's pouring outside. That gives our trailer a total height of 102 in. However, total height when level, to the top of the roof rails is 92 inches. I measured the internal height of the fan dome cover to the fan frame at 6 inches. adjusted for the frame thickness and such, the fan should stick up about 3 inches above the roof rails, for a total of 95 inches without the Camco vent cover, give or take.
The scaled weight
of our trailer, loaded for the last trip was 1760 with a tongue weight
of 180 or so. That was loaded with the water tank full. I have 4 solar
panels which weigh about 13 lbs each. The battery
is a Group 24 Deep Cycle battery
. Additionally, we carry 2 camp chairs and a 12x12 Coleman canopy on the floor of the trailer. We also have a small AC mounted in the front below the window. Of course we also have the Porta Potti, cloths and the various necessities needed for camping. Anything else goes in the TV.
Also, I should mention that we have switched the LPG tank to and 11 pounder to reduce tongue weight on the Outback. When camping we use the LPG to run the refrigerator
and to make coffee in the mornings. Unless the weather is really lousy, we do all our cooking on a camp stove.
Yes, we love the Little Joe
, but this was a real step up for us after 30+ years of tent camping. We still consider ourselves more on the camper side of the equation than the RV side.
We have a queen sized bed, Porta Potti, running water, a two burner stove and a refrigerator
. What else do you need. Oh, and we have AC when we have shore power. The trailer suits us admirably.
CAUTION: Note my handle.
PS Yes, if something happened to this one I would buy another, if I could find one.