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CampLite Travel Trailers / WARNING - THESE TRAILERS can be DEFECTIVE
« on: September 09, 2020, 08:45:04 PM »
I loved my 2013 QBB travel trailer (16 ft) until the axle came off - thankfully not on the highway.

Many of these trailers are DEFECTIVE - why Livin Lite went out of business and Good F'ing Riddance.

HAVE YOUR AXLES and FRAME checked by a qualified mechanic.

You could save you life as well as others.


And F'you Livin Lite for putting my life and others in danger.

CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: WARNING - Camplite Single-Axle
« on: September 04, 2020, 01:31:09 PM »
Here is the old forum thread with a lot of information on this issue (welding, axle, poor quality) -

I'm guessing this is why they went out of business.

Here is the thread from the old forum - lots of folks have had issue with the axle and welding on frame -

Weird issue - I was checking a comment today and clicked on my two recent posts with photos.

The post I could view, but there were no photos to be viewed. I logged in, went back and then could see the photos.

Anyone should be able to view photos, not just logged in folks - not even sure why that would be happening. Is it intentional? Or an error?

thank you

The dinette space I opened up a bit by putting a folded up small blanket under the nice, large, comfy dinette cushion (so no moisture to the cushion from the metal frame and always nice to have extra), then decorator pillows for the back. Is a lot more comfy to sit imho than having the back dinette cushions which don't let you lean back.

These cushions I found in the size for the small Camplite dinette - and are excellent, firm, no odor, look amazing -

My trailer is now toast (see other posts) but the one thing I did while I owned it for a lovely 6 months or so to make it livable for a single gal to chill and work while traveling is to remove the queen bed, use a single bed, and add a table and two wicker baskets for storage in the extra space.

Can use this idea for any size bed (i.e. convert a king size space to a queen size bed and add shelving, etc.) and made it so much more comfortable to use.

Plus I think is really cute :)

CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: WARNING - Camplite Single-Axle
« on: September 02, 2020, 11:32:32 AM »
Another issue is improper welding that can have the axle actually SEPARATE from the trailer.

Pretty scary - just happened to me with a 2013 Camplite QBB 16ft trailer. If not at a stop, could have been killed or killed someone, plus destroyed the tow vehicle.

BEWARE - that's in my post too, you can read, see a link about another Camplite axle coming off on the road and see photos (do a search).

best, Molly

One loaded now, yay - here are two more.

Have your trailer inspected, read the link on first post as to why these all aluminum frames may have been welded poorly to the axle - protect yourself.  I or someone else could have been killed.

Stay safe.

I scaled images down - really important for folks to see what can happen I think.

I loved this trailer, but now afraid of any Camplite model at this time.

Third time trying to post - anyone thinking of purchasing this or any Camplite needs to have someone check the axle, this could have caused a fatal injury.

Thankfully was coming to a slow stop, not on the highway, or would have totaled my tow vehicle as well.

Beware, CHECK your axle.

Here is some helpful info about the why and how this can happen, is another story of Camplite axle coming off -

This forum won't let me upload any photos...

For Sale / Looking to Buy 13QBB or 14DBS Years 2014/2015/2016 No Bunk Model
« on: November 22, 2019, 01:53:06 PM »
Hi, if you have a 13QBB or 14DBS for sale please send a note -

No bunk model. Looking to buy asap.

thanks much

For Sale / Wanted: Jeep Extreme Pop Up Camper Used Older Model
« on: June 27, 2018, 01:56:35 PM »
Hi, looking for the small jeep extreme tent pop up camper - used, older model.

I attached a photo of one... one of these little cuties.

Please email:

Thank you!

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