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Old 05-09-2011, 05:48 PM   #1
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2004 t@b $5900

This looks like a really good price on a cool camper.Not quite ann egg but pretty close.This is not mine and I dont know anything about it.
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Old 05-09-2011, 07:53 PM   #2
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I have always thought that those Tabs look pretty slick. If only they had a toilet and shower...
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Old 05-09-2011, 08:15 PM   #3
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Mine has a Porta-Potty in it and I guess must be newer as I have giant plastic accent parts all around the sides?

They are very slick in some ways and typical lack of attention to quality and detail in others.

I couldn't resist!
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Old 05-09-2011, 11:25 PM   #4
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Ed, I bet you get better fuel economy towing the Fiber Stream or Casita than with the Tab, am I right?

Yes, a portapotti is easy enough to add, and lack of shower isn't the end of the world. I guess the truth is, I never saw one offered for the right price at a time when I was in the market. This one is probably priced right (assuming condition is as claimed), but I can't buy a second trailer or my wife will make me feel like an idiot. Ed, are you married? If so, how do you get away with it?
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Ed, I bet you get better fuel economy towing the Fiber Stream or Casita than with the Tab, am I right?

Yes, a portapotti is easy enough to add, and lack of shower isn't the end of the world. I guess the truth is, I never saw one offered for the right price at a time when I was in the market. This one is probably priced right (assuming condition is as claimed), but I can't buy a second trailer or my wife will make me feel like an idiot. Ed, are you married? If so, how do you get away with it?
Been there,Done that,Making Payments!
I get to do whatever I please and I can stop anytime,it just isn't too likely.
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Old 05-10-2011, 05:28 AM   #6
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Oh,and I have not taken a long T@B trip yet but it certainly does not pull as nice as a larger rig.
My 13 & 15' Trill's pulled as touch as the T@B and I am not sure why?

The T@B does have a strange hitch design too,it pivots at the coupler?
Not like anything I have seen before.
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up for sale is a very nice ultra-light t@b travel trailer . This camper is like new . It is 13 ft. Long and will sleep 2 in comfort on a queen size bed . This great little camper has a three way fridge , sink , two burner stove top , and a thermostatly controlled 13,500 btu ac/ heat pump . The weight of the camper is 1359 lbs. So you can pull it with most anything that you can put a hitch on .there is no need for brake controls in the tow car as this is built into the camper. It also has the crank down jacks at all four corners . This would be great to take cross country or just a quick trip to the lake . No smoke or pets in this one ever . Thanks and come take a look . 864-617-3826
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Old 05-15-2011, 10:43 AM   #8
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and they are making these again. The people that own Little Guy tear drop baught the rights to these and his Amish manufacture facility spent the winter makeing improvemnts. He really wwanted to do something in fiberglass but he is just to bussy with the tear drop and now this. havnt seen the new re design yet but his teardops are verry nice. he said if things do slow down or he expands he would like to take a close look at My compact jr and maybe take a shot at building something similar. The main showroom is in Massilon Ohio

And I think he has the new tabs priced between $12 and $15000
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Old 05-16-2011, 12:16 PM   #9
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...The T@B does have a strange hitch design too,it pivots at the coupler?
Not like anything I have seen before.
That's the surge brake coupler. I wonder if the new production Tabs will have them, or maybe they'll go electric?

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Old 05-16-2011, 02:51 PM   #10
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and they are making these again. The people that own Little Guy tear drop baught the rights to these and his Amish manufacture facility spent the winter makeing improvemnts. He really wwanted to do something in fiberglass but he is just to bussy with the tear drop and now this. havnt seen the new re design yet but his teardops are verry nice. he said if things do slow down or he expands he would like to take a close look at My compact jr and maybe take a shot at building something similar. The main showroom is in Massilon Ohio

And I think he has the new tabs priced between $12 and $15000

I was originally looking at the Little Guy teardrops when I found out about eggs, that's when I found my CT-13 for about 1/2 the price of a teardrop.
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I was originally looking at the Little Guy teardrops when I found out about eggs.
Same Here.
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Same here!
And tent trailers...
Then I found my '78 Trillium
Twice as roomy, and only $1400.00

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