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 Vickie L McClellan Benson
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Good morning, Tony.  I just read your review on the Stealth Nomad, thank you.  It is true that the interiors are not very "homey" but there are ways around that, IMO.  I care a great deal more about build, suspension, and durability than I do "decor".  This is one of the trailers that is on my "bucket list" as I haul an electric tricycle, a large dog crate and numerous other large items, depending on my camping adventure.  A couple years ago I owned a Thor Toy Hauler.  My biggest objection to it was the near two story height which was simply a wind sail.  That one did not have a back patio either, but I made one using telescoping ramp supports.  This worked well for uneven ground as you could adjust each side as needed.  I am quite amazed that more people aren't looking into these trailers.  

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 Vickie L McClellan Benson
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P.S.  Although Stealth photos of interior are few.  If you go to websites of dealers that sell them, you can find all sorts of photos.


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Greetings, Vickie. Thanks for the reply and the kind words. 

Yes, I agree. I think build quality and materials are more important than decor as well. However I also mentioned the Spoonflower removable wallpaper which could make a big difference in the interior of the trailer for owners who care about such things but which is inexpensive and also removable. 

As you may have seen I included Stealth's video on the interior but I also recognize that some of the readers of RVTravel are fairly constrained on bandwidth as they read on the road so I never want to assume. 

I like these trailers and I can see a few audiences who would appreciate them. Those who have toys, those who just want a flexible space, those who want something built like a tank and more. Perhaps these aren't as popular just because folks don't know much about them but I hope that changes with the article. 

Okay, one more thing. Electric trike!? Tell me more!!

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 Vickie L McClellan Benson
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Dang, my reply has disappeared.  My Electric Trike is awesome.  Huge wire basket between the rear wheels that will hold 3-4 grocery bags or more, plus a wire basket on the front that's about the size of a loaf of bread.  Rear basket has a wire lid you can padlock. Can't remember the brand.  Getting ready for a trip, so I'll get more info and picture when I get back.  It has a 20 mile battery.


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