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Old 03-30-2015, 02:49 PM   #1
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Travel Supreme Express 2000

I'm looking at a TS Express 2000, 34' with two axles and three slides. It's a solid trailer but it needs a thourough cleaning. Asking price is 5000 and I'm figuring on about 1500 dollars worth of cleaning, floor covering and fixtures. Does anyone have any experience with these trailers? The price seems good but I can't find much info online or in the TS owners portion of this site. My initial inspection was good, I just don't know these trailers. Don't want to buy a money pit.

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I do know that a TS motorhome is an upscale well built rig. I would expect their trailers to be upscale also. I guess 'back in the day' TS and Newmar built both motorhomes and 5th wheels. I know Newmar 5th wheels were well built so that is why I would expect TS to be well built also.

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Thanks for the reply. Most of what I've found so far is positive so I think we may go ahead and purchase the unit in couple of weeks. The owners are out of state until mid April so that'll give me more time to research.
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