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Airstream Travel Trailer Bambi 2023 Floor Plans User Manual

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Airstream Travel Trailer Bambi 2023 Floor Plans User Manual

Floor Plans

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Specifications

Specification Chart

NOTE
All product information and specifications listed are as accurate as possible at the time of printing. Since we continually strive to improve our products, all specifications are subject to change without notice. All capacities are approximate and dimensions are nominal and are checked and updated throughout the model year.

Item Floor Plans
16RB 19CB 20FB 22FB
Exterior length 16′ 1″ 19′ 1″ 20′ 7″ 21′ 11″
Exterior width 8′ 8′ 8′ 8′
Exterior height with A/C 9′ 3″ 9′ 3″ 9′ 3″ 9′ 3″
Interior width 7′ 7″ 7′ 7″ 7′ 7″ 7′ 7″
Interior height with A/C 6′ 4″ 6′ 4″ 6′ 4″ 6′ 4″
Hitch ball height 19″ 19″ 19″ 19″
Hitch ball size 2 5/16” 2 5/16” 2 5/16” 2 5/16”
UBW (lbs. with LP & batteries) 3000 3650 4000 3900
Hitch weight (lbs. with LP & batteries) 430 525 540 500
GVWR (lbs.) 3500 5000 5000 5000
NCC (lbs.) 500 1350 1000 1100
Fresh water tank (gal.) 23 23 23 23
Gray water tank (gal.) N/A 29 30 30
Black water tank (gal.) N/A 18 18 17
Combo gray/black tank (gal.) 30 N/A N/A N/A
Lug nut torque (Max), aluminum wheels (ft lbs.)  

110

 

110

 

110

 

110

Lug nut torque (Max), steel wheel (spare) (ft lbs.) 100 100 100 100
Tire size ST225/75R15
Tire Max cold* inflation pressure (psi) 80
Tire Max load rating (lbs.) 2830

The term cold refers to how long a tire has sat idle. Max cold inflation pressure should be checked in the morning (after sitting idle for at least three hours) before driving more than a few miles, or before rising ambient temperatures and the sun’s radiant heat can affect tire pressure. The UBW and NCC weights listed in the Specification Chart are for the base unit with LP and batteries included.
Gross Vehicular Weight Rating (GVWR) is the maximum permissible weight of this trailer when fully loaded. It includes all weight at the trailer axle(s) and coupler.
Unit Base Weight (UBW) is the dry weight of the base unit without options. net Carrying Capacity (NCC) is equal to GVWR minus UBW. Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR), is the value specified as the load-carrying capacity of a single axle system, as measured at the tire-ground interfaces.

Specification Tags
For precise cargo capacity, refer to the Cargo-Carrying Capacity tag on the inside of the screen door. The WEIGHT OF CARGO SHOULD NEVER EXCEED numbers shown on the tag, which is the maximum weight of cargo you can load and carry in your specific trailer as built with its options. Located on the front roadside of your trailer are the Tire and Loading, and Vehicle Manufacturing tags. The Tire and Loading information tag lists the Size and Cold Inflation Pressure of the tires on your vehicle, the weight of your trailer as manufactured, and the GVWR. The Vehicle Manufacturing tag lists the size of tires and wheel rims, Maximum Cold Inflation pressures, the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), and Gross Axle ratings (GAWR).

Measuring Hitch Ball Height
The proper height will vary according to the weight you carry and the tires you use. However, checking the height on your trailer is relatively easy:

  1. With the trailer parked on fairly level ground, measure from ground to bottom of the frame, front and rear.
  2. Adjust the front jack until the measurements are equal.
  3. Now, measure from the ground to the inside top of the ball coupler. This figure is the hitch height. The hitch ball is then usually set 1/2 to 1 in. higher, according to the spring rate of your tow vehicle, to allow for it to settle when the trailer is hitched up.

WARNING

General Information and Cleaning
The interior of all Airstream trailers has been designed for comfort, convenience, durability, and appearance. How you use it and how you take care of it, naturally, depends on you. However, if you learn to operate
the interior components, and take care of them and the trailer properly, this knowledge will add to your pleasure, as well as the long life of your trailer.

Upholstery
To clean the Perforate® fabric upholstered seating, first remove as much loose dirt as possible. Start with a mild detergent mixed with lukewarm water to clean the fabric. For more stubborn stains, bleach can be used as follows: Prepare a solution of one cup of bleach and one-fourth cup of mild soap per gallon of cold to lukewarm water. Spray the solution on the entire area to be cleaned and allow 15 minutes to soak into the fabric. Clean the entire surface area with a sponge, clean towel or very soft bristle brush to avoid abrading the fabric. Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue, then air dry. For severe cases of mold/mildew growth, bleach quantities may be increased. It is best to clean the entire surface area of the fabric to avoid water rings and stains.

NOTE
Never remove cushion covers for separate dry cleaning or washing. Any tumble cleaning method can destroy the backing, and/or shrink or otherwise damage upholstery fabric.

WARNING
Keep your furniture and family safe from fires caused by careless smoking. Do not smoke when drowsy. Remove immediately any glowing ash
or a lighted cigarette that falls onto furniture. Smoldering smoking material can cause upholstered furniture fires.

Curtains
The curtains are on a track. Undo the Velcro at the seams to slide them open. Airstream recommends dry cleaning only for the curtains. To remove them, remove the top screw from the endcap of the curtain track, pull the endcap off, and slide the curtains off.

NOTE
All drapery materials and mattress covers must be professionally dry-cleaned.

Reference Links

View Full User Guide: Airstream Travel Trailer Bambi 2023 User Manual

Download Manuals: https://www.airstream.com/owners/manuals/

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