While our Little Guy Five Wide camper has served us well, we decided it was time for an upgrade to something a little bigger that we could actually move around in. After shopping several different camper trailers, and not being happy with the build quality of most, we decided to take a closer look at the T@B 320S. The T@B is built by the same company so I was feeling pretty good that the build quality would be up to my expectation. Good enough that I ended up striking a deal for a T@B at Gerzeny’s RV Wold in Lakeland sight unseen for this guy.
It’s a 2017 T@B 320S in the Outback addition, which gives it better ground clearance for off-road camping adventures. It has a table that converts into an almost queen size bed, a stove and sink, refrigerator, and a wet bath. Although it was quite a bit more expensive, I was right about the build quality. It was obvious the moment we stepped inside that the T@B is way ahead of the campers Forest River, Starcraft, Jayco, and everyone else is turning out. And the 1800 lbs dry weight was important as well since I was really worried about towing a 3,000 to 3,500 lbs camper with my little Tacoma.
We took the T@B out this past week for its maiden voyage. We headed up to O’Leno State Park and spent a couple days camping and exploring the Ichetucknee and Santa Fe rivers. Although we found a few glitches in the camper, I called the dealer and they told me to bring it right in. So far, I’m really happy we decided to spend the extra money and get a camper that I actually wanted rather than going the cheapest route.