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Old 06-25-2009, 12:07 AM   #1
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Keystone Outback 31fqbhs

Hello...brand new to the forum. We're looking at getting a 2007 Keystone Outback 31fqbhs. Problem is we have to drive an extra thousand miles to get it. Can anyone set my mind at ease that this is a good 5th wheel? We need the quad bunks and like the sydney edition. We're trading in a Tahoe travel trailer that treated us well, so we don't know anything abou the Keystone Outback. Any advice would be great.
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Having been the owner of a thor product as well as a Coachman, now a keystone, I think you should have little to worry about. The keystone trailers that I have seen have been engineer fairly well. I dont hear of too many complaints about quality issues.
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Having been the owner of a thor product as well as a Coachman, now a keystone, I think you should have little to worry about. The keystone trailers that I have seen have been engineer fairly well. I dont hear of too many complaints about quality issues.
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