leasure lite storage


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3285jeff
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leasure lite storage

Postby 3285jeff » Thu Nov 21, 2013 5:07 pm



unless im mistaken all of your storage that you have in a leasure lite camper that you have on the bed when you open it up it has to be removed,,other than the floor in the changing room,,where do you store it,,,i love the fact that it opens and sets up so quickly,,,,but I guess that is my main quirk about them,,,my friend has the aspen with storage under the bed and you never have to remove it unless you need it,,,,can anyone give me some suggestion on this,,,thank you ever so much



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Re: leasure lite storage

Postby WingAdmin » Thu Nov 21, 2013 7:55 pm

3285jeff wrote:unless im mistaken all of your storage that you have in a leasure lite camper that you have on the bed when you open it up it has to be removed,,other than the floor in the changing room,,where do you store it,,,i love the fact that it opens and sets up so quickly,,,,but I guess that is my main quirk about them,,,my friend has the aspen with storage under the bed and you never have to remove it unless you need it,,,,can anyone give me some suggestion on this,,,thank you ever so much


Looking at the Leisure Lite, that appears to be 100% correct. There's nowhere to put the storage. I have an Aspen Sentry and the storage is easily accessible from inside, or from outside when the trailer is folded up.

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Re: leasure lite storage

Postby LloydB » Fri Nov 22, 2013 11:53 pm

I agree, we really thought we wanted a LL, for the quick setup, but decided we needed the under bed storage in our Roll-A-Home, and still have the same quick setup. In a LL the storage is on top of the bed, which means that you need to use a air mattress and you can't get to anything stored there without setting up the trailer. Our under bed storage is available open or closed, and we can use a foam mattress, with a memory foam topper. Our 5000 BTU A/C unit and my wife's portapotty both fit well under the bed, but I do need to get the A/C out before we set up as it is too heavy to lift up through the under bed hatch. The only draw back to the RAH is that it weighs more then LL, but I have trailer brakes on it, and the wing has no trouble pulling it and the sidecar, we towed it in the Black Hills, and on the Blueridge Parkway this summer, and a couple of times up to 80 MPH on the freeway when passing. Good luck with your decision, and find what works best for your camping needs.
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