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Old 08-13-2018, 10:58 AM
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ctimrun, do you know if Sundowner offers a 4 season package? I couldn't find much on their website about options.
I believe they do. The only difference is they will spray insulate the bottom side which we don’t have. We are in Idaho (cool nights) so I hope I don’t regret not having it. We usually aren’t camping when the temps get real low.
 
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Knowing what I know now, I'd take well built over bling every time.
Us too, we’ve had bling in a crap built 5th wheel and it was very disappointing. We love to camp but I refused to buy junk again so we went this way and so far are very happy with our decision. Only time and use will tell if we made the right choice in the long run.
 
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just a 22' enclosed trailer I use to tow the track car, moving furniture and farm stuff around.
I been looking into 2018 F-350 Lariats but maybe waiting for the 2020 10 speed trans may be worth it.
 
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Same setup different location



Coneross campground, townville SC. Really nice campground and lots of room for the big girls


Plus its right on lake hartwell...
 
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I finally made it to the cat scale. My ATV (Polaris Ranger 900XP with 4 tire chains, 1/3 tank of fuel, spare tire and 9500 lb winch on cradle) was in the garage. I had about 5 gallons of fuel in the generator tank and the 30 lb propane tanks were less than half full. The fresh water tank had about 40 gallons and the black/grey tanks each had probably 25 gallons. I had about 600 lbs of camping gear in the truck bed and cab. The Andersen WDH was in use. The trailer probably had 40 lbs of mud on the underside.

Overall, I'm quite pleased with this result. When I first bought the trailer it weighed in at a bit over 8,000 lbs but I didn't know it had about 40 gallons of water in it.

 
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