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Old 07-27-2020, 08:40 AM   #11
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I like my PPL a lot. I think it's the best you can find in a market. It worths it's money really, you won't regret about this choice.
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As far as the trailers, if you want real quality, get an Airstream.

None of the others are built to hold up like one of those tanks

No sense in going to a fifth wheel right away and having to buy a 3/4 ton diesel. Make sure you like it first with a bumper pull.

The biggest advantage to a fifth wheel is towing... they won't walk behind the truck like a bumper pull will. But if you have it setup right and within your limits you'll be fine.

But again, bumper pull, AIRSTREAM. They are tanks

If you were towing long distance cross country, I'd definitely say make the move to a 5th wheel/diesel. But just going down the road to the state park, no need...

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Old 07-27-2020, 12:37 PM   #13
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As far as the trailers, if you want real quality, get an Airstream.

None of the others are built to hold up like one of those tanks

No sense in going to a fifth wheel right away and having to buy a 3/4 ton diesel. Make sure you like it first with a bumper pull.

The biggest advantage to a fifth wheel is towing... they won't walk behind the truck like a bumper pull will. But if you have it setup right and within your limits you'll be fine.

But again, bumper pull, AIRSTREAM. They are tanks

If you were towing long distance cross country, I'd definitely say make the move to a 5th wheel/diesel. But just going down the road to the state park, no need...

It's been a while since I looked at Airstreams. Have you been around any of the new ones like the 2020-2021 models? Is the build quality that good? When I looked at new ones around 2010 the build quality was on par with the rest of the travel trailer industry.
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Old 07-31-2020, 10:34 PM   #14
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Nash by Northwoods is the way to go if you want one that will last more than 5 years without leaking and falling apart. Northwoods has a couple of other brands also that are equally well built.
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