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- Jan 1, 2021
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- SW Washington
- 2013 Leaf, 2017 Bolt, 2010 Ram 2500 Megacab
I have a Camplite Livin' Lite 21BHS. The brand stopped production in 2018, I think. Thor had purchased the brand and built them for a few years, but I think they were too expensive for them to build. Most of them were all aluminum even the chassis frame (unlike Airstream), all six sides of the body framing, the floor is extruded aluminum plank, the exterior body panels are aluminum with automotive paint. Interior is azdel, there is no wood or any product in its construction that will rot when your trailer gets a leak. With most trailers, you will get a leak eventually, with traditional, you can have major structural repairs if you don't catch it right away. With my camper, I can just fix the leak and let it dry! The latest models had some fiberglass or non aluminum parts for cost savings.We're sort-of in the market for a light travel trailer suitable for a family of 5.
We hope to pull it with with our GMC Sierra for now, and then swap in a tri-motor CT when it becomes available to us.
Which one works for you?
It is relatively light weight compared to the average trailer of it's size. They're not perfect, and are hard to find, but depending how you want to use it, it can be a great trailer.
Here's a forum with some info: https://aluminumcamperforum.com/index.php