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September '14

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16 • RV PRO • SEPTEMBER 2014 rv-pro.com big motorhomes and they still want to go camping, but they don't want the big motorhome anymore," he adds. "ey want something that's easy to pull and not hard to keep up. If it sits there for three months and they don't use it, that's OK." To accommodate those customers, ree Way Campers has changed up its inventory, adding more lightweight or ultra-lightweight travel trailers. Ironically, that move has brought the dealership around full-circle to the kinds of things the retailer sold during its early years, Jeff Porter notes. "You really started seeing the light- weights come on the last 15 years and especially in the last five years," he says. "We're seeing trailers now in the size range that our dad and granddad were selling back in the '60s" – in the weight range of 2,500 to 3,500 pounds. continued on page 17 Fifteen-year veteran service technician Mike Cox caulks a roof after installing a skylight on the camper. Sparks fly as service technician Nick Reeder grinds away at a trailer's undercarriage. He was working to remove a steel plate in order to access the generator. Three Way Campers has 13 service bays in which to work on RVs.

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