Built to Order in Salem! 503-385-1227
*Custom Selection of sizes, colors & options *Secure hard shells

*Economical *Smart, frugal, green, unusual, adorable!

Teardrop Models

Sashay 2014 Trek 2014
Sojourn Sojourn 2
Sojourn Plus Epic 2014

             The Sojourn is our most popular Model, Click here for examples

              The Epic is our largest Model, Click here for examples

           Introducing: The Sojourn Plus the newest Model of our growing family of Teardrops

 

Estimated weight:  Sashay ll  600-750 lbs       Trek  800 =950 lbs    Sojourn and Sojourn Plus 1,000-1,100lbs     Epic 1,300-1400 lbs

Our weights will be higher than the average teardrops because we use  11 ply Baltic birch plywood with a cosmetic birch finish and exterior grade glue, it is a dense, strong & heavy material

 Weighs can fluctuate outside of these estimates depending on options and cargo decisions.       

   

Our Teardrops are built using the latest manufacturing techniques and materials to withstand the Northwest climate.

    • You sleep in a real bed up off the ground in a warm dry interior and feel safe within our hardshell with locking doors

  • Allowed for most tent camping sights and don’t require time consuming set up or tear down

  • Easy to tow,  inexpensive to maintain,  minimal effect on gas mileage

Things to consider to help you choose the right Teardrop

Check your  Vehicle Owners Manuel  to find out how much weight your vehicle can tow and the recommended Tongue Weight

The tongue weighs require some special attention depending on the vehicle you are pulling it with.  The math says the optimal tongue weight should be between 10% and 15% of the body weight of the teardrops.

Some smaller vehicles really need to stay in that 10% range even after they get a tongue box installed with a deep cycle battery and a load of other cargo in the box.

If the trailer is to light it will hobby horse and you would feel the jerking sensation in the car.  If it is to heavy it will put to much weight on your vehicle suspension, and the front of the car will feels likes it is lifting up.

For this reason, when we design the chassis, we like to know the recommended tongue weight, and towing weight capacity of the primary car that will be pulling it. We make all of our chassis with 3 locations to position the axel.

We will discuss the cargo you will be carrying and where to place the axle to get the desired Tongue Weight’

To see more of our Custom Built Teardrops and the Upgrade Options

CLICK ON THESE LINKS TO SEE MORE

  • CABIN OPTIONS    

    Teardrop Cabin Interior

  •           GALLEY OPTIONS    
  • Teardrop Trailer
  •                EXTERIOR OPTIONS