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Old 02-13-2005, 08:35 AM   #1
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Went looking at the vfrv camping show Fri. nite. Dw looked at the Trail Cruiser 26 w\ Quad bunks. Any serious opinions from owners about the Trail Cruiser line. Good, bad or any recommendations of similar models
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Went looking at the vfrv camping show Fri. nite. Dw looked at the Trail Cruiser 26 w\ Quad bunks. Any serious opinions from owners about the Trail Cruiser line. Good, bad or any recommendations of similar models
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Old 02-14-2005, 12:17 PM   #3
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I have a C21RBH which is a model with a tent end on one end and a bed with a bunkbed above at the other end. We have had this TT now for about 11 months and have camped probably 20 times already. We have had no problems at all. We love our Trail Cruiser!
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I'm with Jody and Jeff (Hi Jody! ) on the Trail Cruiser line. I have a 2004 TC306S 32' travel trailer and we are having a ball with it! Trail Cruiser is a great line - easy to tow, lots of features, we love our trailer and can hardly wait to use it again!
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