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Old 03-05-2014, 02:14 PM   #1
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2 inch block insulation with insulated windows wanted!

Greetings out there all you rv'rs, I have a question which only experience can answer.

I am wanting to buy a preowned rv travel trailer with high r-values, preferably with 2inch or more block foam insulation as well as dual pane insulated windows, I suppose these are all the sliding type.

I am having a very hard time finding even one of these even after searching on rv trader, ebay, rv dealers, etc.

now, granted this is my want to have list, but do you really think it is necessary to have this if temps are in the 30's and occasionally in the 20's in the winter time?

If you know anyone who is selling one could you pass that on to me please, and also, if you happen to know any dealer make rvs for cold weather 4 season use, could you tip me off on that as well. I am planning to be in the pacific northwest, and possibly some in Canada. thank you for any help you can give me! sincerely, Tom 336-847-4306 (or you can answer me right here on the forum (:
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Greetings out there all you rv'rs, I have a question which only experience can answer.

I am wanting to buy a preowned rv travel trailer with high r-values, preferably with 2inch or more block foam insulation as well as dual pane insulated windows, I suppose these are all the sliding type.

I am having a very hard time finding even one of these even after searching on rv trader, ebay, rv dealers, etc.

now, granted this is my want to have list, but do you really think it is necessary to have this if temps are in the 30's and occasionally in the 20's in the winter time?

If you know anyone who is selling one could you pass that on to me please, and also, if you happen to know any dealer make rvs for cold weather 4 season use, could you tip me off on that as well. I am planning to be in the pacific northwest, and possibly some in Canada. thank you for any help you can give me! sincerely, Tom 336-847-4306 (or you can answer me right here on the forum (:
Here is one example of a trailer that features a cold weather package:
4 Seasons Equipped Travel Trailer | Lance Camper I am sure there are a lot of other brands that have packages also.
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