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Old 10-23-2013, 11:12 AM   #1
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Question A question about 2013 Heartland PROWLER SPORT 21PBRS

Is this a good brand for a 5th wheel camper? Thinking about trading in my 2011 travel trailer for a 5th wheel camper because my TT is not all season. I live in my TT year round.


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The Prowler is a good trailer but not as suited to full time living as other Heartland trailers, the Big Country, Big Horn and Landmark. All three of these are rated and warranted for full time use. Come over to the Heartland Owners forum to talk to other owners.

Good luck with your choice.

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Thanks for the information. Bob
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It is a typical entry level trailer. Suitable for weekend and short trips. I do not think it would do well as a full time rig.

You would do better looking at a nice used higher end trailer that is rated for full time living.

A full time trailer is heavier and will require more truck to pull it.

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