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Old 10-20-2007, 10:27 AM   #15
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Good luck with the T@b. They are similarly cool....

I have a prediction: Your wife will want to stop at Airstream dealers just too look.....

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Old 10-20-2007, 11:31 AM   #16
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Yankers... You may want to have a look at the Liberty/diesel towing discussion here. Trailer Life Magazine Open Roads Forum: Towing with our 2006 Jeep Liberty CRD (turbodiesel)

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Old 10-20-2007, 08:08 PM   #17
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T @ B ainst so bad! We had one at a teardrop gathering that we organize. The T @ B's have a rear outdoor galley which is great too.

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Old 10-21-2007, 08:35 PM   #18
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Sold our T@B for an Airstream

We sold our T@B in July after towing it for two years first with a volvo xc70 wagon, then a F150 V6. Our dream was always an Airstream but we couldn't justify the price back then. We loved that little T@B. Ours was the L shaped galley layout with the full closet and tent attachment. With the 2 Goldens we found we had a lot of gear to set up each time we camped. We thought about the TADA when it hit the market this summer, but it's main limitation was the fact that the ceiling height is only 5'9", same as the T@B, my husband could not stand up in either. We also thought it was a little pricey, not that the original T@B could be considered inexpensive! It was just our luck that a 4 year old Airstream showed up on Craigslist and was located at the other end of the state. The price we paid for the AS was the same or less than the TADA.

I know you will love the TADA, they are cool, but if your dream is an Airstream, you will not have the TADA forever. If it is like the T@B, you will get a decent price for it when you sell it in a couple years.

Oh ya, I forgot to mention, I hope you like company. We always had to give tours of the T@B whenever we camped. You will have lots of new friends who just have to take a peek! Enjoy it.

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Old 10-21-2007, 08:56 PM   #19
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We saw the new T@da at the RV show in Pomona and it looks like a fun trailer...I had seen the post that someone here on the forums that provided a link to it so I made a point of stopping to see sure you are going to love looks like an Airstream cousin for sure......anyway, it is all about the camping......hope to see you on the road......pj
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Old 10-22-2007, 04:43 AM   #20
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Not a bad idea. We started with a used hybrid to see if we liked using a camper and then upgraded. At least you went with something intereresting and not just a boring old box! I've swapped tours with T@b owners- I'd like to see the T@da. Good luck and enjoy it!
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Old 10-22-2007, 06:21 AM   #21
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Yeah, it's fine to go with the SOB...but we all suspect you'll be back in the future!

One more comment on the TV; all the same precautions apply. That is a very short wheel base vehicle, that is the issue, not the motor, etc. No amount of hp and torque can accomodate for that. Please be VERY careful towing with that Jeep ( Not knocking Jeeps-I love Jeeps-I have owned 3! But they are not good TV's).

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