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Andrew_Lubow
03-02-2001, 03:10 PM
I can put a class A hitch on my car and was curious if there's a micro ultra lite weight pop up camper made that would work with it. Basicly all I'm after is a bed platform on wheels and a screen room off the bed platform. I'm not after any built in accessories like a stove, refridgerator, etc.

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We4mickey
03-04-2001, 06:06 PM
Don't know the weight of it, but we were at our local dealer today and saw a Starcraft pop up which only had one slide out end. You might want to check some of your local dealers and see what they have. They do have some smaller units out there. Good luck.

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plutolover
03-05-2001, 07:18 AM
This is the lightest Pop-up that Coleman makes. We have a Mini-van and none of the Starcrafts with the slideouts would work with the vehicle. We had a better selection to chose from (that would work with our van) with the Coleman line. There were some Starcrafts we could pull, but we liked the Coleman better.

HuckFinn
03-05-2001, 04:41 PM
You might also want to try Palomino. I know that when we bought ours several years ago Palomino had the best selection of ultra-light pop-ups. We bought one of the larger ones, but I seem to remember that they had a two-person trailer that weighed about 600 pounds.

The Wuzzels
03-28-2001, 04:47 PM
An ultra-lightweight pop-up trailer is also made by Aliner. It's called an Alite and is almost exactly as you've described. The weight is only 400 pounds and it has hard walls!! The company's website is www.aliner.com. (http://www.aliner.com.)

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disneycampingdad
04-10-2001, 11:04 AM
You may want to look into a camping trailer designed for motorcycle touring:

http://www.trailmasterinc.com/

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Andrew_Lubow
04-13-2001, 05:13 PM
Thanks for all the replies. I'll check out the leads you all gave:).

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