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Old 03-12-2019, 10:52 AM   #1
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Apex Nano 203RBK

Hi All

Has anybody bought or looked at the new Apex Nano 203fbk ?
If so your opinion please. I'm looking at one.

What do people think about the Azdel composite board ? Also Coachmen products as well.

I'm coming from a Keystone Bullet Colt so Coachmen is all new to me.

Thanks to all for any information you may have.

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Old 03-14-2019, 11:57 PM   #2
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Guess there are any Apex Nano 203RBK owners on the forum, I'll respond. I like the looks of it and like the floor plan. Having a walk around queen bed is nice even though it is a murphy bed. I like that you can quickly fold up the bed giving you a lot of extra room. I also like that it has an over 2,000 max cargo capacity. It's about the same length as mine but the slideout along with the murphy bed makes it a roomy TT.

My 20 plus year older Coachmen TT seems to be built well. However, as time as gone on Coachmen has tended to become more of an entry level brand. But, what's most important is do you like the floor plan? If you do and you like the price, buy it. If you maintain it, you'll get a lot of years of use out of it.

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Old 03-16-2019, 06:14 AM   #3
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Thanks for the reply IBTripping.

I am looking at the one without the Murphy bed as I wanted a comfortable mattress.
Also what I like is that all doors and drawers are mortis and tenon joints. No staples anywhere. No k3 board anywhere.

I hope it lasts 20 + like yours
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