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Freespirit Journey Basecamp XT Trailer

Item# 252-9012-AF | Model# 9012 | Added on March 15, 2018 |
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Freespirit Journey Basecamp XT Trailer
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Description
Bring the comforts of base camp on the road. Freespirits Journey Basecamp XT trailer features a lightweight, compact design that makes it easy to pull behind virtually any vehicle. And when you reach a nice spot to camp, simply fold out the tent. Spacious 9-ft. tent sleep four to six people plenty of room for you and your family. Rugged 800-denier polyester/cotton ripstop canvas resists mildew, fire and UV rays to ensure long-lasting performance. No-see-um mesh maximizes breathability. Included 4 high-density foam mattress offers a restful nights sleep. Waterproof PVC travel cover with welded seams protects your gear while on the road. UPF rating of 50 resists UV rays to extend the life of the cover. Also features heavy-duty straps with Duraflex Stealth buckles, heavy-duty SBS zipper and 2 thick Velcro strips. There is 45 cu. ft. of storage space inside the trailer, accessible through three lockable doors, to ensure plenty of room for your gear. Expandable PVC cover provides an additional 30 cu. ft. of storage. Included heavy-duty 31 BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires handle rough terrain with ease. Strong 14-gauge steel construction. Timbrens 2,000-lb. axel-less suspension system for superior towability. Fulton Fas-lok coupler, 2 ball and 2 channel rated for 3,500 lbs. Includes 144L x 96W awning as well as annex walls and flooring accessory to fully enclose awning space. Imported. Sleep capacity: 4 to 6 people. Tent stand-up room: 108W L x 72W x 90H. Tent bunk room: 84L x 60W x ... read more
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