We’ve had a number of requests for more pictures —- particularly inside shots — of our new T@B trailer, so I took some this morning. (Ignore the dirt MOM… we’re currently doing some modifications.) 🙂
T@B Side View
Truly a teardrop shaped trailer. Ours is the original version of the Queen floor plan. I’ve included specs and dimensions at the bottom of the post.
T@B Front and Side View
With an exterior height of 7′ 9″, the T@B doesn’t fit into our low-profile garage, however we do have a trailer parking spot at the house, which is perfectly T@B sized and still allows for easy walking alongside the trailer. The cover at the front contains the propane tank and the battery.
T@B Table and Back Storage
The U-Shaped sofa bed converts to a uge 70″ x 73″ bed. There’s storage along the back wall behind the sofa back as well as 3 cabinets above the bed and a long narrow cabinet at the head of the bed. We use the storage below to stow 2 king-size duvets, pillows, and extra blankets and there’s still plenty of room to spare.
Ed has hit his head on the overhead cabinets every morning and night that we’ve used the T@B. I’ll rub it in by saying that I only did it once. Granted, I’m considerably shorter than he is, so I can scooch down to position myself so as not to bump my head.
We each have one of the overhead cabinets for stuff like toiletries and reading glasses, while the middle one is the ‘entertainment’ cabinet to store books, DVD’s, the digital TV converter, cable, speakers, etc.
The long narrow cabinet is a great place to put walking sticks and the like.
T@B Trailer Door and Window
The interior height of the T@B is 5’9″ (Ed’s height) so he has to duck considerably so as not to bang his head (again) on this door. I, for once, am not vertically challenged, and can stand upright in the doorway.
The windows have both reflective, light-blocking shades and bug screens. The windows can be opened upwards to 90 degrees for complete flow-through ventilation.
There is a storage cabinet beneath the seat shown which has enough room for several 6-packs if required.
T@B Kitchen and Closet
The kitchen area includes a 2-burner stove, sink and fridge. I use the cabinet directly under the sink for food and the one below it for plates, pots, pans, kettle and the like. I love the metallic backsplash, which is easy to clean – especially when I’m trying to cook. There’s sufficient counter space bside the stove on which to put an ‘extra’ 2-gallon water container and a toaster, or to perch the laptop and speakers for rainy day movie watching.
The closet to the left of the kitchen is a coat closet with room for rainsuits, a ‘city’ coat (for me) and daytime windbreakers and fleeces for both of us. We store dry bath and beach towels at the bottom of the closet. Below that closet is another cabinet that holds the 5-gallow water container. And lastly below the fridge is another small storage area that is large enough to hold the water hose, dust bin, ax and a few other tools.
T@B Roof Fan
Wouldn’t want to be without it. Extracts hot air lickety-split. As good as it is however, we will be installing an air conditioner. Okanagan summers are blistering hot.
T@B Porta Potti Corner
Sometimes, venturing out to the campground facilities in the middle of the night is not an option — especially when you hear those animals rummaging around in the woods right beside the trailer.
Queen T@B Specs and Dimensions
- Unloaded Vehicle Weight – 1615
- GVWR – 1939
- Net Cargo Capacity – 324
- Hitch Weight – 145
- Exterior Length – 15′ 6″
- Exterior Width – 6′ 7″
- Exterior Height – 7′ 9″
- Interior Length – 10′ 3″
- Interior Height – 5′ 9″
- Fresh Water Capacity (gal) – 5
- Lp Capacity (lbs) – 20