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Old 06-27-2007, 12:39 PM   #15
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I bought a new '06 T-1950 a few months ago. The 12 year roof warranty and the 25 year on the floor are backed by the manufacturers. The forms were in my manual to send in or register on the internet. All other appliance warranty forms were also there. I just sat down one evening and took care of them. The other important warranty was the 3 year on the trailer which would have been backed by Sunline but I got it in the contract backed by the dealer. He added it without me even asking, said he wasn't worried about a major problem with a Sunline.

We looked for about two years before we settled on the Sunline. There was no comparison and we've seen them all. Every one we looked at we found we were comparing the quality to a Sunline and decided that quality was a high priority. Everything else was preference and practicality.
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Old 06-27-2007, 02:28 PM   #16
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Thank you Paul!

I got the answers I was seeking tailored to the 1950.

So does your Frontier V6 handle it OK? What kind of hitch? Did you get an equalizer?

Your TV has even less guts than the Tundra.

I see you have a T@b! Tiny things! My OH Cousins is featured on the T@B site at the end of the photos. Her's is the Tahitan T@b. The lighted palm tree must have made a hit. Thing was almost as tall as the T@b. My husband had to hunch over when inside.

So do you have the Clamshell or their regular Teardrops?

I have to say my cousin's Jeep Cherokee Ragtop was squatted down. They really could have used a leveling hitch.

Enjoy your 1950... still a wanna be here and may just remain so...

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The V6 pulls it just fine with a Reese hitch with equalizer and sway bar. There's no way you could tow without them. My limit is 5000# and the T-1950 is 3800# empty so I'm at my limit. We absolutely love the Sunline. We miss the T@B a little but don't miss having to involve shoes and flashlights at night. We had the teardrop which sold the day we traded before we left with the new unit. The T@B had it's purpose and we used it for 3 seasons. We're hooked on Sunline now.
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I'm not used to some of the acronyms used here, but what is a T@b?
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Joe,

T@B is the manufacturer of small trailers.
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Pwb01,
I'm not used to some of the acronyms used here, but what is a T@b?
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A T@B is a teeny tiney Thor Product.

http://www.tab-rv.com/

It is surprisingly heavy for it's size. My OH cousin's husband estimated all toll it was about 18K fully loaded. Really needs a load leveler on the smaller tow vehicles.

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The T@B was a cute little trailer. They are Tabbert a German make and assembled by Thor (Dutchman) here. www.tab-out-of-line.de Quite popular in Europe. Tabbert caravan in Germany also makes trailers that rival Airstreams. T@B's have a stove, sink, (5gal tank) furnace, fridge, queen bed, all but a bathroom and only weighes 1350#. You can push it around the campsite or pull it to the hitch. even had a hand brake and surge brakes for traveling, no equalizer or sway bars needed but as I stated before, I like being self contained. I moved on up to Sunline.
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