i am in the process of buying a new rv . what is the difference between a wood frame and alluminum. and which is better?. also what is a good camper. coachmen or sunset creek. i am upgarding from a kz frontier i have a large family and need the room
Best to let Carl and the gang know about your tow vehicle Thats more important than the camper Also you looking for TT Travel Trailer or 5ver 5th Wheel. I'm not a camper person, but a Motorhomer, but these guys know what they are talking about.
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Shayne has made an excellent suggestion. I highly recommend you post in the Towing and Towable section providing information on your proposed tow vehicle and I am sure you will get information that could very well insure your safety and positive RVing experience. One should NEVER overload their vehicle.
I have rarely found anything impressive about the Coachman or Dutchman products. I'd be looking at Sunnybrook, various Keystone models, Holiday Rambler ALumilite, etc.
Just about all the better trailers have metal frames these days. They started using aluminum because it reduced weight (vs wood) and made a nice rigid box. But it is also rot-proof (in the event you ever get a water leak).