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Old 05-04-2014, 03:17 AM   #15
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Nice Set up Shawn
We took delivery of our 2014 Keystone Cougar 28 RLS in October
Works well for me ,wife & Dog .
We have spent a total of 28 days in this trailer ( October Flounder run) .
We have had 0 issues except 1 loose water line in pump area that got carpet wet.
I tighten a couple of turns & gone was the leak .
I haven't had any issues with counter tops ( appears to be sealed very well )
Wife & I are both diligent about wiping up excess water though .
Regardless of what other people say Keystone builds a quality product @ an affordable price .
We really like our 28 RLS & Wife had to have the x-large shower /bathroom .
She does not like using campground facilities .
Enjoy your new Keystone .
If you Ever come to Texas Coast check out Brazoria County RV park on San Luis Pass .
Great year round fishing with nice facilities .

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Old 07-10-2014, 08:54 PM   #16
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We are on our 3rd camping season with a 2012 keystone passport 2910 BH and have no complaints!
All is holding up well!
If there is a small door in the bunkhouse covering the small drawers I would recommend taking it off. Easier for kids to get to drawers without the door.

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Old 07-11-2014, 01:01 AM   #17
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Thanks but the door keeps everything in place when in tow.

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