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Old 08-12-2018, 03:31 PM   #1
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Default I Sold my FF and Bought a Coleman

Due to my wife's stroke, we needed more room and better access than in our FF XT-190Xtra. We purchased a very little used 23' Coleman TT.

I have been a member for a few years and enjoy the people here, but due to no longer owning a Fun Finder trailer, do I have to leave this site??
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No way!! Please stick around, and congrats on your new TT. Let's hope for many more years of happy traveling for you and your wife!
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I think you should stay. Your knowledge and experience is needed and appreciated.
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No way!! Please stick around, and congrats on your new TT. Let's hope for many more years of happy traveling for you and your wife!
Thank you Dan,
I appreciate your welcome and warm thoughts. The wife and I were just settling into retirement and she was hit with 4 strokes (that we know of) in about one month. She went from walking a mile or more each day, to life in a wheelchair. We're fighters and basically take what life deals out, but don't go down without a fight!!
This has been a good site and I enjoy the camaraderie of all here! Thank you; I will keep you up to date with pics and mods to the new TT, as many will work elsewhere!
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Thank you APD,
I appreciate your kind thoughts and welcome!
This is a good site with great folks! I enjoy the camaraderie of all here and enjoy reading all the comments and mods everyone does to their own units! I will post any pics and mods to the new TT, as many will work elsewhere!
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John, here is your next project -- post some photos of your ramp system for getting the wheelchair into the trailer! I am sure there are many of us who will be needing that device, sooner or later. And I really admire your wife's spirit -- rather than staying at home, she and you will find a way to keep traveling!
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John, here is your next project -- post some photos of your ramp system for getting the wheelchair into the trailer! I am sure there are many of us who will be needing that device, sooner or later. And I really admire your wife's spirit -- rather than staying at home, she and you will find a way to keep traveling!
So far Dan, my wife can (with help) manage to climb the 3 stairs and 1 step (Total 4 steps) into the trailer. We checked into a standing lift system, but "The Boss" said. "I will climb those stairs!" and she is able to (so far). I did like the height of the FF at 2 stairs (3 steps) vs, the Coleman at 3 stairs (4 steps). However the door seems a bit wider, the grab bar is better and the full-width rear bath w/tub is a luxury that will give The Boss much better access.
I also like this trailer is winterized, if you will, with roof, walls, floors, piping, and tanks all insulated for colder weather use. I'll do a walk-around with the camera and take pics as received to be compared with any mods.
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