Hey What is the size of your magonila? I'm thinking about putting one on my 08 outback. Wondering what will fit. THANKS!I have always preferred RTT's over trailers and I have had a few of both. I've had my current Autohome for almost 3 years and it has never let me down in some of the nastiest weather too.
Yep roof tents are a bit of a pita if your using the car during your stay at the same campground. The work around which seems to be the right approach is mounting the tent on a trailer which is set up with a cooking platform and gear storage unit etc. Which case you can lock up your gear and leave your bed made while you jump in the car and go check the local town, find that trail head for a hike etc.I just don't see the attractiveness of roof tents. When I camp, I still need a car! I don't want to have to take down, set up, take down, set up. I wanna set up camp, leave camp, and come back to a camp already set up.
Campers, I get. Tent trailers, eh. I suppose there's some advantages to getting off of the ground. But that's really the only advantage over a traditional, stake in the ground tent.
Sorry, I have been out of the camping game for a while. What is this and where can I get one!!! That is awesome for the stuff I have in mind, had been looking at a Cricket Trailer but this is a serious option.LOVE these things! and you don't have to completely unload the trailer before you can set your tent up.
Do a search for expedition trailer.Sorry, I have been out of the camping game for a while. What is this and where can I get one!!! That is awesome for the stuff I have in mind, had been looking at a Cricket Trailer but this is a serious option.
They're from hereWas thinking of something for the Outback, yeah. Looks like I will be looking a little smaller. Has to be something functional that will fit the bill.