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Old 01-07-2018, 11:16 AM   #1
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Scamp 19' 5th Wheel

If you ever want to know what a Scamp 19' 5th wheel is like you could stay in one at Tumble Farm just north of Gainesville FL. It is listed on Air B&B. I stumbled upon it by accident. It was the Deluxe Plan B layout. I stayed a night for just $25. It was very clean on the inside. The large bed was quite comfortable and it was considerably roomier than my 13 footer. Though I liked the trailer, the one thing I found awkward was the steps going up to the bed. The heights of the steps are not consistent and could cause some problems going down in the middle of the night.
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Old 01-07-2018, 09:06 PM   #2
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What color, awesome!
Is this one permanently fixed in place or, do they travel with it? I am intrigued by the hitch modification. It looks different from the normal coupler. The later models (like mine) do not have the front window which requires the shield. The steps from the loft are certainly non-standard, but easy to get used to.
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Old 01-08-2018, 01:59 PM   #4
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What color, awesome!
Is this one permanently fixed in place or, do they travel with it? I am intrigued by the hitch modification. It looks different from the normal coupler. The later models (like mine) do not have the front window which requires the shield. The steps from the loft are certainly non-standard, but easy to get used to.
It appears to be a permanent fixture or least has been in the same place for a long time. I didn't pay much attention to the hitch.
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<sniped> ... the one thing I found awkward was the steps going up to the bed. The heights of the steps are not consistent and could cause some problems going down in the middle of the night.
We have found the best way to descend from the bed is to go down facing the same way you went up, i.e. climb the ladder down.
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