Originally Posted by Donna D.
Most trailer manufacturers have models names rather than size. Naming based on size seems to be an all molded towable thing.
I don't think so - they have model series
names, then typically distinguish between individual models with a combination of size and floorplan.
For instance, my stickie 5th wheel is a General Coach Corsair 34RLTS:
- model line (the other one was "Citation")
- length in feet
- rear livingroom
- triple slideouts
This is typical of conventional trailer manufacturers. It doesn't even indicate that the trailer is a fifth-wheel.
Since Escape Trailer Industries has a single (but extensive for its niche) model line - all of the same construction and features - there is no need for a model line name, but if there were one it would apply to every other Escape as well.
Casita uses names for the floorplans, rather than model lines.
I've never seen a indication of tandem axles in another brands naming (although there's nothing wrong with breaking new ground).