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Old 02-20-2016, 12:27 PM   #1
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Airstream Basecamp. Not a "B", but could be pulled by one. 1100# capacity not to bad.

I had heard of these, but never saw one, or many pix of them, especially inside. I wish these were better, but can see some of what is in there.

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There are a couple on rv trader with better pics. I remember seeing these at an RV show when they first came out. Clever design...

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I saw one up close in the Keys over Christmas. They appear well built to the same standards as their big trailers. They are not a retro look though, if you are looking for that. Have no idea how heavy they are either. This one looked pretty good considering it was probably 6 to 8 years old.


Edit: in the pictures of the units for sale, one has a picture of the plate with the GVWR rating - it says 3250 lbs. So this could be pulled by nearly any B van, including the Promasters.
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I think it said around 2500#dry and 3600# gross, so not real light or real heavy, I guess.
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Here is a link to the brochure...

http://www.uvsconsole.com/manager/ad...1651911780.pdf
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With they still made those. They are not cheap, but with an A/C and a 2000 watt Honda, they would be useful for taking more than two people boondocking, and they appear to be decent for storage. Even though those are not teardrop trailers, they still have a timeless look about them.
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I'm wondering if anyone knows of a small pull behind storage trailer brand? We have a diesel powered RoadTrek RS 190 and would like to increase storage capacity for bikes, folding chairs, firewood, etc. Any thoughts?
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I'm wondering if anyone knows of a small pull behind storage trailer brand? We have a diesel powered RoadTrek RS 190 and would like to increase storage capacity for bikes, folding chairs, firewood, etc. Any thoughts?
Hi. I'm new to class B, but I'm about to buy one of these for my Kayaks and bikes, grill, campchairs, and perhaps a couple 5 gallon jugs of water. You might find it fits the bill for you. https://www.sylvansport.com/go-easy/
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