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Old 02-28-2011, 07:40 AM   #183
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To clarify,

This winter we took our son's 16 foot Casita 6 months. While in Florida we found we liked the Casita so much we decided to buy one for ourselves. The only we dislike on the Casita is the 5'10" inside height; I'm 6'. We saw a 17' Castita for sale but the 17's tongue weight is too much for us. So we bought a 16 foot Scamp.

We now have two trailers in FL. As soon as the snow clears we'll be heading home with the Casita and coming bck for the Scamp. The upside is that we'll now have two rigs at the PEI fiberglass rally.

As well as the scamp we own a Bounder motorhome, and a much modified Sunline trailer.


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Old 03-02-2011, 10:49 PM   #184
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What is the weight of that Puck in the picture? I have seen one of them in AZ. The European rule of thumb is that the trailer should not exceed 80% of the weight of the tow vehicle.

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