Rockwood Ultralite 2707 WS. The new trailer is about 7 feet longer (just over 32' in length) and now has three (3) slides - two of the slides oppose each other to make a very large main living area and the third slide is a wardrobe off of the bedroom and bathroom areas.
- solid entry steps
- independent suspension axles (boring I know)
- electric stabilizing jacks
- Larger propane tanks
- larger refrigerator
- larger stove/oven
- two a/c units
- electric fireplace with heater
- free standing dining table/chairs
- built-in water filtration system
- more storage (almost everywhere) including the wardrobe slide
- outdoor kitchen with cook-top and refrigerator
After having a small teardrop trailer for one year, then a 26' travel trailer this past year - we are hoping that this new trailer will meet our needs for several years to come :)
Pulling an almost 33' trailer requires a little more planning. Our truck is a gas V8 (not diesel), so we often have to make sure there is enough room at the pumps to maneuver over 52' of truck and trailer. The bigger trailer does catch more wind on the road so gas mileage is not great either - right now our average is around 7 mpg overall. I wouldn't ever pull a trailer like this without a ProPride P3 hitch. This hitch is by far the best I have used for eliminating trailer sway control problems and providing proper weight distribution.
A portion of the wardrobe slide - another 1/3 of the storage reaches into the adjoining bathroom.
Bathroom view from the bedroom - we really like the radius shower.
Bathroom view from the hallway entrance - 1/3 of the wardrobe slide accessible from the bathroom.
We are currently in the Tucson, Arizona area and will be here for the next two months. We plan to do some hiking, biking, and general sight-seeing.