Super Compact and Cool E-Pro Travel Trailer! Posted on April 26, 2019 chicago hotels compact cool dallas hotels EPro hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet rental property super Trailer travel travel vlog vacation 20 thoughts on “Super Compact and Cool E-Pro Travel Trailer!” My 2017 chevy traverse w/tow package is rated to tow this little thing.Reply Too expensiveReply Probably a little heavy but looks just about perfect for a Ranger or Tacoma to take on some real outdoor adventures!Reply There is not much appeal factor to this. Sounded like there was more negative to this review than positive.Reply How about checking out the Eagle Cap 1165 truck camper.Reply Nice design.Reply Very little storage and no carpet and the blinds are nothing niceReply I enjoy your reviews and the detail you include. Have you ever done a review of a hybrid style trailer? Something like a Rockwood Roo? I did not find one. Or what are your opinions on that type of trailer?Reply What is the trailer next to it ? Kind of retro colored.Reply To me these trailers always look like a tin can!! They're really only made for good weather no wind!! if the wind comes up you better get out of Dodge because that they'd either going to flip over or it's going to get ripped apart!! Just don't go anywhere where there's going to be bad weather!!Reply Too bad they didn't put double axles on the thing.Reply Wow. There is actually more room than I was expecting inside. Great review. I like the compact idea. Thanks again btbrvReply Watch your video's all the time would like to comment on this.BTBRV, I wish on trailer reviews you would also mention actual cargo capacity. You usually do. This isn't 760 lbs+ a few penny's but only 516lbs factory. But, correct me if I'm wrong, my calculation its even less than 450lbs when you subtract the 26gals. Water and 2 – 20lbs..full propane tanks at 71lbs. Not including any bikes.……this is what I've noticed on majority of new campers last few years, smaller tanks and no cargo capacity like camper trailers use to have. The lighter they build them the less axle capacity they install.…its all about deceiving on the surface to make numbers look good for the not so serious camping purchasers. Thanks,JeffReply Thanks for showing this I don't need a big unit it's just me and my wife so we don't need a big one this would work great.Reply Please excuse my ignorance on this subject, as I'm just getting into the trailer market, but am I missing something? A 3,890 GTWR over a 3,500 # axle? And do they let you see these trailers before they are ready for the customer? If I were a dealer, that trailer wouldn't have made it out to be seen by the public with the propane tank in that condition, and at least the table in the brackets.Reply Yes, we love these new e pro and their geo pro brothersReply Its a Geo-Pro with a different name made by the same company….nice camper but why same company (Forest River) different name, makes no sense to me.Reply Have trouble with the wind outside caused a vo? West lake aren’t great tiresReply No slide not my ride 🤮Reply Nice but I ain't gett'n noth'n unless it's dual axle…Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.