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    #31
    Someone on that neighborhood app thing is selling a small tow behind for 11k. Looks decent. Im not up on the sizes but it wasn't the monster sized and wasn't tiny....

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      #32
      I couldn't find it, but have expanded direction. We're now strongly considering the Geo Pro line by Rockwood; they have a dry weight of ~3K lbs and include kitchen, bath and have most upgrades standard. They also offer an of road package with more ground clearance; that, combined with the light weight, should work very well for me to pull it onto the back with my I6 Trailblazer.

      Anyone have experience with the Rockwood campers?

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        #33
        Originally posted by Mrprovy View Post
        Anyone have experience with the Rockwood campers?
        the best thing you could do is join a rockwood forum or a general camping forum with a rockwood section. preferably NOT owned by rockwood. After people use something and discover what an item is really like they want to tell everyone...the most honest reviews you can find.

        having said that, virtually all the glue and stick TT will leak within 1 year and you might find it within 5 years. Pop ups are worse
        https://thecampingadvisor.com/travel...ands-to-avoid/

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          #34
          Thanks for the tip, I'll get involved in the forum before purchasing. I'm looking at their Geo Pro campers (16 or 19 series) because they come in around 3k lb dry weight. There are other companies with similar campers, but most do not have as good of a reputation.

          https://forestriverinc.com/rvs/trave...ckwood-geo-pro

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            #35
            Go to the show in Hershey next month ,every single camper made will be there and can get good deals.

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