We bought a Desert Fox toy hauler and need to let one camper go.
2015 Livin' Lite Camplite 28bhs travel trailer: aluminum frame, Azdel composite panels, 4250 lbs, 1 owner, new tires, repacked bearings, bunkhouse
Original owner. Bought new labor day 2015.
Title in hand.
Cash or cashier's check only.
New radial tires from Costco summer 2019.
Repacked bearings in all four wheels and new rear axle brakes from Les Schwab in January of 2020.
Always stored with a dehumidifier inside and plugged in to keep batteries topped off.
After much research, the wood-free and steel-free Camp Lite came quickly to the top of our list: no rot, no rust! We've opted for the largest travel trailer model (to date) and don't regret the decision to have a comfortable camper for our family to comfortably experience the great outdoors. (As of fall 2015, this model has been discontinued by Livin' Lite - we may have a collector's item on our hands!)
2015 Camp Lite 28BHS
Box Length 25'-6"
Overall Length: 29'-0" (I measured 29'-8" bumper to ball)
Overall Width: 7'-0"
Height w/AC: 9'-8"
GVWR: 7,000 lbs.
Dry Weight: *4,250 lbs.
Load Capacity: *2,750 lbs.
Hitch Weight: **530 lbs.
Grey Water: 32 gal.
Black Water: 27 gal.
Fresh Water: 38 gal.
Tire Size: 205 / 75 r14"
XL Living Package (see 28BHS spec sheet).
This is one of the last campers that was made by Camplite before they were bought out by Thor. Now Thor uses wood cabinets (ours has rot free Azdel) and rubber roofing (ours has a single piece of aluminum) to cheapen their costs and lower the quality.
Could use a new queen bed mattress.
The TV antenna jack broke off of the back; still plays DVDs.
At highway speeds in the pouring rain there is a slight leak coming in from somewhere around the slideout - never harms the camper since there is no wood; all aluminum and Azdel composite panels.
Asking $24,000 obo.