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32 • RV PRO • January 2018 rv-pro.com Liberty Outdoors Little Guy Max Liberty Outdoors is working to add luxurious elements to the light trailer market. These efforts have resulted in the Little Guy Max. With 6 feet, 7 inches of interior height, the Little Guy Max is already unique in its class. Liberty Outdoors Director of Oper- ations Dylan DeHoff says the trailer's strength is in its details. "We try to throw in detailed features wherever we can," he says. Among those details are 100 percent hardwood maple cab- inets with dovetail joints throughout the cabin. There are no MDF or wrapped cabinets. "We used hardwood maple on the cabinets," DeHoff says. "You'll notice the differences in the shades of wood. That's because it's not a stain or a finish; it is the color of the real wood. We thought the darker maple would be a richer look compared to the light-colored oak we usually offer." The galley features an 8-inch deep stainless-steel kitchen sink, a two-burner glass-top stove with electric ignition and a 4-cubic-foot stainless steel Dometic refrigerator. Other interior amenities include a queen-size bed with a 5-inch-thick pillow top, a 24-inch Furrion TV on an electric lift and a full-size dinette that converts into a 32-inch by 76-inch sleeping space – large enough for three people. The Little Guy Max has a traditional teardrop look, but at the same time DeHoff says it is a completely modern trailer. "The teardrop shape itself is considered retro," he says. "So, it does have that element. But really, the styling is more modern and European in the Little Guy Max." The trailer also has a floor-to-ceiling pantry with adjust- able shelves. "We try to concentrate on storage – and storage is a huge focus on this camper," DeHoff says. The unloaded vehicle weight for the Little Guy Max is 3,140 pounds, and the GVWR is 3,800 pounds. The length is 21 feet, and the overall width is 7 feet. The trailer's exterior height is 9 feet, 1 inch. Exterior elements include 15-inch Kenda tires with a two-year warranty and a roadside assistance program, a 6-foot, 3-inch Thule awning with LED strip lighting, block foam insulation S H O W C O V E R A G E S H O W C O V E R A G E in the sidewalls and roof, and Euro-style, insulated, dual-paned acrylic windows with integrated shades and screens. DeHoff says the Little Guy Max is designed to deliver max- imum style on the road with maximum ease-of-use during setup, which he says gives the trailer an appeal to a wide range of RVers. "Everything we've done appeals to a wide range of people," DeHoff says. "For us, we have customers in all age groups, and it's always been that way. We expect this to be popular with younger campers and older couples." MSRP on the Little Guy Max is $31,742. What impressed RV PRO: The Little Guy Max by Liberty Outdoors marries the best features of old-school teardrop trailers with the modern design and creature comforts that RVers want in a coach today. And the amount of storage space is impressive for the trailer's size. The Little Guy Max has a "big" feel thanks to its 6 feet, 7 inches of ceiling height. Nice interior touches include hardwood maple cabinets.

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