So you think you want a tear????

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Re: So you think you want a tear????

Postby working on it » Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:13 pm

Train Wreck wrote:... I plan on doing a 20ft long 6ft high teardrop. I just really like the shape.... Is there any other teardrops this size?
How about Vairman's (Greg) SuperTear? viewtopic.php?f=13&t=33828 I can personally attest that it's huge, and awesome. On my first trip with the S.Central Group, I had just finished? (they are never really finished) my 4x8 TTT, and was very proud of myself... until I toured the SuperTear. It made my TTT look like what it is...a tiny box on wheels, compared to his rolling home. It's laid out perfectly for camping, and the drop floor is a great feature. I like the SuperTear better than my wife's 20ft Puma, and it is probably better constructed than the factory trailers out there, too.
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  • *27 x 8.5-14LT AT tires (x 3) *Weight Distribution system for single-beam tongue
  • *100% LED's & GFCI outlets, 3x fans, AM/FM/CD/Aux. *A/C & heat, Optima AGM, inverter & charger(s)
  • *extended-run, on-board, 2500w generator *Coleman dual-fuel stove & lantern, Ikea grill, vintage skillet
  • *zinc/stainless front & side racks *98"L x 6" diameter rod & reel carrier tube on roof
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Re: So you think you want a tear????

Postby Train Wreck » Wed Apr 25, 2018 6:25 pm

working on it wrote:
Train Wreck wrote:... I plan on doing a 20ft long 6ft high teardrop. I just really like the shape.... Is there any other teardrops this size?
How about Vairman's (Greg) SuperTear? viewtopic.php?f=13&t=33828 I can personally attest that it's huge, and awesome. On my first trip with the S.Central Group, I had just finished? (they are never really finished) my 4x8 TTT, and was very proud of myself... until I toured the SuperTear. It made my TTT look like what it is...a tiny box on wheels, compared to his rolling home. It's laid out perfectly for camping, and the drop floor is a great feature. I like the SuperTear better than my wife's 20ft Puma, and it is probably better constructed than the factory trailers out there, too.
I like it. I'm going for more of a large cabin car ( I think). I like the pointed rear end vs the rounder back. If anyone has any links to super teardrops or standup teardrops I would appreciate. It. I plan on finishing the floor this weekend and go from there.

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Re: So you think you want a tear????

Postby mariof61 » Mon Nov 25, 2019 9:21 am

I bought a 2016 lil guy Silver shadow and been enjoying camping in Florida ever since. My wife didn't like camping in tents due to a bad experience up north when we tent camp and it rain at night...what a nightmare. She enjoys our tiny tear drop and convenience of it.Image

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