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Old 06-30-2021, 06:43 PM   #1
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I just found this forum and just discovered FunFinders while looking on the 'Net for a replacement to my old Casita that was totaled by a large Oak tree branch falling on to it.
I am hoping to find out if FunFinders are a good fit as I search for an affordable quality made-to-last TT.
I will have seek lots of info from this forum so thanks to all who contribute advice and information here.
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Questions always welcome.....and Welcome to the forum.
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Old 07-01-2021, 04:23 PM   #3
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Welcome! I am biased in favor of Fun Finders -- I have had two, a used one that lasted me seven years of hard usage and now a second one that has lasted nine years of even harder usage. Very solid, well built. Lots of off-pavement towing -- no leaks, no cracks, no damage. Amazing.

But honestly, I think Casitas are (on average) even more rugged -- they have that clamshell design. I think that Fun Finders may be a better value, dollar for dollar. They have more headroom than Casitas. The floorplans and bathrooms are better, I think.

But they are not made of two pieces of molded fiberglass.
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Old 07-01-2021, 07:01 PM   #4
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Welcome! I am biased in favor of Fun Finders -- I have had two, a used one that lasted me seven years of hard usage and now a second one that has lasted nine years of even harder usage. Very solid, well built. Lots of off-pavement towing -- no leaks, no cracks, no damage. Amazing.

But honestly, I think Casitas are (on average) even more rugged -- they have that clamshell design. I think that Fun Finders may be a better value, dollar for dollar. They have more headroom than Casitas. The floorplans and bathrooms are better, I think.

But they are not made of two pieces of molded fiberglass.
Thanks for the welcome.
Casitas are nice but a bit small for my needs.
Look forward to learning more about Fun Finders.
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