Specifications for the 2003 Aerolite 24' Travel Trailers

by James Nalley

The 2003 Aerolite Travel Trailers were available in two model lines — 7-foot and 8-foot wide — with 14 different length sizes that ranged from 19 to 30 feet. The aluminum-framed, 7-foot-wide models were the industry's original ultralight trailer; there were two, 24-foot trailers available. Each offered space-saving designs that could sleep from two to four people with a wide array of interior and exterior options.

Dimensions and Capacities

The 2003 Aerolite Travel Trailers are available in two 24-foot models: the A23FB and the A23RDB. The A23RDB weighs 3,330 lbs. and includes a length of 23 feet 7 inches with a cargo capacity of 1,524 lbs. for a gross vehicle weight of 4,854 lbs. The A23FB weights 3,446 lbs. and includes a length of 23 feet 8 inches with a cargo capacity of up to 1,216 lbs. for a gross vehicle weight of 4,662 lbs. Both models include an exterior width of 7 feet 5 inches, a height of 9 feet 5 inches and a fresh water capacity of 30 gallons.

Standard Exterior Features

Both 2003 Aerolite 24-foot models are constructed of lightweight welded-aluminum with laminated fiberglass walls and corrosion-free underbellies as well as one-piece, seamless rubber roofs. Other exterior features include 14-inch tires, tandem axles with four-wheel electric brakes, rain gutters with corner downspouts, four-corner stabilizer jacks, and two, 20-pound propane bottles with corrosion-resistant covers. Each model also includes fresh water and waste water tanks mounted below the floor for extra interior space and the Stor-More feature, which is an exterior storage area for gear and equipment.

Standard Interior Features

Each of the 2003 Aerolite 24-foot models are available with a wide array of interior amenities such as a fully-equipped kitchen — with a single-door refrigerator, three-burner high-output cooking range, dinette table, acrylic sink, and Oak cabinet doors; a six-gallon water heater; and pre-wiring for cable television, stereo equipment and air-conditioning. The bathrooms include skylight roof vents, linoleum floors, fiberglass bathtubs with shower, a medicine cabinet and a television shelf. The A23FB model includes a queen bed that comfortably sleeps up to two people. The A23RDB model sleeps up to four people and includes a sofa bed with a choice of three different sleeping options: a double bed, a double bunk-bed or a single bunk placed over a double bed.


A wide variety of optional interior features are available for both 2003 Aerolite 24-foot models that include a 13.5 SEER-rated air conditioner, a one-piece fiberlink bathtub, an entertainment system with CD player, a 6-cubic-foot double-door refrigerator, bedroom carpet, safety-glass windows, a water filter system and a 1,000-watt microwave oven. Optional exterior features include a television antenna, spare tire with cover, a retractable awning, and a Vitco grill and wash station with 15-foot hose for outdoor entertainment and cleanup.

About the Author

James Nalley is a full-time travel journalist whose work has been published in more than 100 magazines, journals and websites. He is also the Topic Editor and Feature Writer for the Latin America and Caribbean Travel section of a prominent website in Canada. Nalley holds a Doctor of Philosophy in music and literature from the University of Rochester.

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