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Old 06-16-2009, 10:06 PM   #1
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Sunnybrook vs Keystone Outback

I am looking at purchasing either a 2003 sunnybrook, or a 2004 Keystone Outback. Does anyone have any information on either one for me to compare? Thanks in advance for any help. They are both bunkhouses with superslides and within $200.00 of each other. My plan is for my family (4) to live in this unit for 6 months to a year, while we build our house.

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We have a Keystone Cougar, never went inside a Sunnybrook. But we have had our fiver for 1 1/2 years now and love it. We do three week vacations in it at a time. Ours is not a bunk house but does have 2 slides. We have had zero problems with ours so far! Good luck in your search.


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Old 06-18-2009, 08:32 AM   #3
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The Sunnybrooks/Mobile Scouts of that era had a good reputation. With the age of the rigs you're considering, the key variable may well be the maintenance and upkeep that each RV has received. A better unit with an unresolved long term water leak, for instance, would probably not be a better choice than a well-maintained "lesser" unit.

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