Started by EricP7040, January 01, 2018, 08:18:59 PM
Quote from: tco2612 on January 01, 2018, 10:26:48 PMI have been trying to sell mine for months.
Quote from: PYG RYDR on January 02, 2018, 06:42:37 PMDo not know.BTW, I am selling my 2016 Camplite 16TB. It is all aluminum! Great shape with extras! Located in VA.Contact me if interested. Galen
Quote from: utahredrock on January 31, 2018, 01:29:08 AMDid he say they are just like everything else? I am sold that CampLite is still a unique and strong product. At least I hope so, since I just bought mine. The composite floors they are using now seem like a fine solution without compromising quality--albeit they aren't all aluminum, they also aren't look most poorly built RVs. JimRecovering AirstreamerSalt Lake City
Quote from: Capt J-rod on January 31, 2018, 04:07:01 PMI agree the floor gets cold, but some rubber workout mats help a lot. The exposed water lines make winter and cold camping a bit of a pain. I am very strong minded when it comes to the new "improvements" in the line. I had a jayco prior to my camplite. The 5 year old roof had a leak which resulted in replacing the entire roof as well as the sheeting and some structural wood. I also had to replace part go the floor where the water rotted out. The quality of that trailer was pitiful at best and they really made no provisions for repair. Once I found camplite I immediately discovered that most if not all of the flaws in the Jayco were addressed and eliminated in the superior design. The aluminum roof is loud in the rain, but is awesome for durability and longevity. The aluminum floor is bulletproof. Access to wiring and plumbing is excellent. The welded structure is amazing. The lack of wood was a great asset. Ironically one of the only common problems was from a door that they purchased from challenger that has a habit of corroding and blistering. Overall with the materials and design, and proper maintenance, an older camplite can be preserved and used for decades. As an engineer I can almost see where they identified weakness in the other's design and corrected it. As for the new trailers? there are still some great features carried over from the original design, but the mission is getting lost to the profit margin. Just my thoughts and observations...