101 Questions About T@b, T@da and T@g Camping Trailers

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Our adventure with our T@B started with an 800 mile round trip to Tucson, AZ to buy a used 2007 DM (Dutchmen) T@B. I had never seen a T@B in person, only in pictures. For the next several years we would see incredible places and meet many incredible fellow T@Bbers. During that time I started modifying our T@B trailer and then began to help others to modify theirs for more fun, better safety, improved reliability and usability. This ebook is a collection of over 101 T@B modifications and troubleshooting questions that I have answered on the various T@B discussion groups. There are over 75 photos and 130 internet links to T@B, T@DA and T@G trailer resources.
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RICHARD LEWIS has written and edited several books for children, including All of You Was Singing, an ALA Notable Children's Book, illustrated by Ed Young, and In a Spring Garden, illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats. He is the founder and director of The Touchstone Center, an organization that supports the creative, imaginative, and artistic lives of children. He lives in New York City.

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