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Old 03-24-2004, 07:44 PM   #11
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Default Re:2720SL or 3023

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If the payload of the 2720 is a problem do as I have done--order it with the 5200lb axle and 15 in. wheels. Cost $460.00 extra. Mine should be here in a couple of weeks.

You have really done your homework! I am sure your TM will be perfect after all the complaining I have done directly to TM. I think they have some growing pains. See the link below.

You may see my TM being serviced there while you pick up.

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Old 03-24-2004, 07:53 PM   #12
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Default Re:2720SL or 3023

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We are thinking of purchasing a trailmanor and torn between two. Other than the 50 lbs. extra weight of the 3023 and the extra two sleeping from 4 to 6, what are the advantages/disadvantages between the 2720SL and the 3023? I know about the towing aspect with the extra 50 lbs.


A boat salesman friend of mine always told me to go with the larger one when you face this with boats. He was right. The 3023 comes with the dinnette now rather than the couch/2 chairs. The website has not been updated. I'm not sure if you can specify the couch/2 chairs.
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Old 03-25-2004, 09:30 AM   #13
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Default Re:2720SL or 3023

Something to consider is what is your purpose and how much time will you spend inside. I find it a challenge to see how little we can bring and still have all we need. We travel to be outdoors. We spend as much time as possible including cooking, eating and relaxing outside. Some people don't have the luxury of good weather that we have experienced in California, however.

We like our 2720SD. I wouldn't want it longer because of the sharp turns of mountain roads, dips in the campground driveways, and small campsites we use. A longer trailer means fewer useable sites will be available. Though the 3023 may be only 50 pounds more, how much more weight in personal belongings do you need to take? That's more to haul, harder on the tow vehicle and less gas mileage up the grades.

But if you travel in the plains on flat roads and use RV parks with large sites then maybe the longer unit is for you.

Hope this helps.

Bob W.

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