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Old 09-27-2014, 04:45 PM   #1
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Keystone Outback Terrain?

Anybody have any opinions or experience with these toy haulers? I'm considering something like this so that I can haul (1) 4 wheeler in the front (which will double as the kids' bedroom with fold down bunk beds), and the other 4 wheeler in the back of my truck. I'm also wanting something under 12' tall that still has good ground clearance.

Looking for something well-suited for off-road, backwoods camping that is also good in cold weather. Well constructed, well-insulated, durable, etc. Getting into our campsites usually involves 4 wheel-drive, low range crawling with a lifted truck!
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Old 09-30-2014, 11:41 AM   #2
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I owned a Keystone. Well constructed, Well insulated and durable are not words that I would associate with there product.
Sorry, just sayin.
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i had them on my short list but talked to MANY owners that had problems w/the ramp/door bending/warping..... and then of course keystone not wanting to repair/replace saying it was the fault of owner?? i took them off my list....
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