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Old 08-21-2007, 06:20 PM   #1
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My neighbor has a 31.5 RLS Keystone Mountaineer trailer, 2003 in excellent shape for a good buy, anyone on here own one or have an opinion. This is my first rv and could use some advice. Thanks for any and all help.
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My neighbor has a 31.5 RLS Keystone Mountaineer trailer, 2003 in excellent shape for a good buy, anyone on here own one or have an opinion. This is my first rv and could use some advice. Thanks for any and all help.
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Old 08-22-2007, 12:30 AM   #3
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Skypilot, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us. I have not owned a Keystone product but have been around the service industry for awhile and Keystone makes a very fair product. Be sure to inspect it closely for any signs of water infiltration as this can really cause big problems in roof, walls & floor. I will also put in a short cut to the TT General Discussion section of the forum for better exposure. GOod luck and have fun!
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I have a Sprinter 300FKMS by Keystone. We have enjoyed it so far. We have had a couple of problems. The bedroom slide had problem and was fixed by the dealer. The plastic track on the sliding door that closes the the living room off from the bath/bed room broke. The dealer provided a metal replacement and I changed it myself. Other than that I havn't had any problems with how it was made. It is a mid priced TT and that is what you get. There are some better and more expensive and there are some less expensive. All in all I like ours just fine. It could use more storage space. I have to carry several things in the back of my truck that it would be nice to put be able to put in the TT.

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Hi and welcome to iRV2, skypilot. I'm sure you'll get lots of great information here.. there are a lot of forums to check out, and lots of friendly folks ready and willing to share information.
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