Originally Posted by shoegal
Also is the Hunter Compact II roomier than the Compact Jr?
The Compact II's fiberglass body is wider than the Compact Jr's, to accommodate the absorption fridge
and toilet closet side-by-side, by turning the bed sideways.
The Jr's bed is meant to sleep for-to-aft and is larger, or can be used as very narrow
twin beds, but the closet next to the Icebox is skinnier and the kitchen on the other side is smaller than the II.
The Compact II's pop-top only increases the headroom in the rear half of the cabin, while the Compact Jr's pop-top is full length for-to-aft. These tops are over the center aisle only in both trailers. I think the two trailers have similar "roominess" feelings about them since they both cram a lot into a tiny space.