Yes I am familiar with that thread. The jist of it was the thousand pound weight difference between the two. It didnít have the info I was looking for. I want to know what was used in the build to push that price tag up twenty grand?
Probably the outfitting . The 184 may be more lightly built but we had its bigger bro the 195 for five years.
We hauled that thing from Maine to Florida five times and back The map on the signature is real.
Maine to Alaska once
Maine to California twice
We traded it in for a little more room. We were falling over the dog and I wanted a sofa and a bigger table. The 195 was not falling apart.
No matter what you choose your TT ought to serve you well. I would look at the extras on the Micro.
Also go hound your dealer. If they are honest they can address any differences in build and frame. If they are defensive...run.
2021 GMC Canyon
2021 Jayco 212QB
WDH ; Anderson
2012 Honda Ridgeline not towing anymore
2016 195 RB traded in
Flight vs Micro?! Um…The answer is a lot of things. Aluminum frame, laminated Azdel walls, the ladder, the spare, the under, the cabinets, bed, the width, the sink, the shower, the bunks, the storage, the tanks, the awning, the TV to name a few out of a hundred.
Ď22 Jay Feather Micro 171BH
Ď22 GMC Sierra 1500 2.7L Turbo
Flight vs Micro?! UmÖThe answer is a lot of things. Aluminum frame, laminated Azdel walls, the ladder, the spare, the under, the cabinets, bed, the width, the sink, the shower, the bunks, the storage, the tanks, the awning, the TV to name a few out of a hundred.
I watched a very comprehensive video about your trailer JayLo, and see what you are saying. It seems the build from the ground up is geared more towards an off the grid, off roading bent. Now I understand how they market it as a more upscale model. Bigger wheels(on mags)brush guard bars all around, grill holder, outside shower. Very different than my 184BS. Thanks again.