Teardrop vs Standy Teardrop

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Re: Teardrop vs Standy Teardrop

Postby daveesl77 » Tue Jul 12, 2016 6:43 am

We are kind of "half-way between". When we designed Conch Fritter we wanted something we could sit inside if the weather got really bad outside, so it is a "sittie". We spend the vast majority of our time outside and before we started this project we knew that most of the stuff we carried related to sleeping and eating. So the trailer was to be a rolling bedroom and kitchen. It then kind of expanded from there, with storage added. In addition, our old beagle likes his comfort, so the floor area was a must for both his comfort and a way for us to put our feet down without worrying about stepping on him. We were sick of the garbage that comes off of commercial RV lines, so build it ourselves and not worry about particle board or bad fitting plastic junk, at a fraction of the cost.

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Re: Teardrop vs Standy Teardrop

Postby mikeschn » Tue Jul 12, 2016 7:35 am

Thought you might like to see a poll we did a while back, on traditional teardrop, vs slouchie vs standie!

viewtopic.php?p=1053225#p1053225

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