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Old 01-13-2014, 03:41 PM   #1
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Hello guys,

I am looking to buy a new travel trailer and i don't know a lot about trailers as there is many brands so i need your help to help me pick which one is perfect for me.

Looking for a Trailer that has ducted A/C because in my country it gets really very hot as much as 120F, need a good outside sound system also and a multimedia with tv and all options i need in regards to technology.

length doesn't matter a lot but i prefer it doesn't exceed 35 foot, i need all the technology that mostly all trailers have in one trailer, i prefer bunk beds for 7-10 people sleeping comfortably, Power Awning, outside kitchen, nice and fancy furniture, outside shower, closed bedroom.

Price can be affordable up to 35,000 USD.

Something that crossed my mind is 2014 Keystone premier 32BHPR and the way they designed the bunk beds are very nice.


Please feel free to give your opinion.
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Most any trailer out there will do that.
I would get a 50A trailer and two A/Cs because just one ducted will not cool at 120*F with basic insulation.
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Maybe get one with a four-season or arctic package with thicker walls because it will have much better insulation and be easier to cool in the summer. Double pane windows would help if available. Outdoors RV and Northwood are two that come to mind. Decent quality too.

Do you mind saying which country?
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Most any trailer out there will do that.
I would get a 50A trailer and two A/Cs because just one ducted will not cool at 120*F with basic insulation.
Might need three airs in that temp with the normal TT insulation. In fact most RV air cons aren't rated to cool much more than 20 below ambient. So the temp inside might still get to 100 under the best conditions.
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Maybe get one with a four-season or arctic package with thicker walls because it will have much better insulation and be easier to cool in the summer. Double pane windows would help if available. Outdoors RV and Northwood are two that come to mind. Decent quality too.

Do you mind saying which country?
I live in Dubai, United arab emirates.

Thanks i will have a look at northwood trailers, if it doesn't cool a lot then i might need a portable a/c if the 2 ducted a/cs doesn't cool a lot.

I am very much interested in Jayco White hawk 31DSLB summit edition package, What do you guys think of that ?
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I would definitely go Northwood, nash or artic fox. If you'll be traveling out in the desert alot, the extra ground clearance and suspension system will help immensely. Plus the extra insulation will help keep your trailer cool in the hot sun.
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I live in Dubai, United arab emirates.
Interesting! Sounds like the possible makings of a great ad for an RV manufacturer.

If that far away, I would make quality one of the top considerations too. Again on Northwood and Outdoors RV, they are above average and they also make their own heavy duty frames and have the off-road packages.

If they have a "paint package" that substitutes painted on decals, I'd get that so the stick-on ones won't come off. And of course, get a white exterior. Some manufacturers, like ours, are only offering the newer light tan or silver colors and come with black accents (including black propane tank cover).

Here's info. on the Outdoors RV Wind River model. The walls are 2" thick (typically are 1") and ceiling insulation is a total of R-29 which is pretty good for a travel trailer.

http://outdoorsrvmfg.com//images/rsy...gned_Flyer.pdf
http://outdoorsrvmfg.com//images/rsy...gned_Flyer.pdf

Couldn't access anything on Northwood for some reason.
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Regardless of which one you decide on get 'dual pane' windows if it's an option.
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Interesting! Sounds like the possible makings of a great ad for an RV manufacturer.

If that far away, I would make quality one of the top considerations too. Again on Northwood and Outdoors RV, they are above average and they also make their own heavy duty frames and have the off-road packages.

http://outdoorsrvmfg.com//images/rsy...gned_Flyer.pdf
http://outdoorsrvmfg.com//images/rsy...gned_Flyer.pdf

Couldn't access anything on Northwood for some reason.

Thanks, I wish they could make ones for desert and offloading quality ones for dubai as it will be a very good ad as you said, beside here they are very expensive compared to the US, no matter what you buy it will be still cheaper than dubai by 20,000usd.

I am contacting northwood and outdoor rvs if they can build one for me as i need an outside kitchen for winter and outside speakers for partying !
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Good luck on your search.

You must promise to post some photos of it when you eventually get it there.
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Yes Ofc i will post some pics when it gets here, i think i like north wood arctic fox 31D, i have contacted the manufacturing company and they said they can equip it with two 15BTU A/C units and it is also very well insulated so it will remain cool in hot temperatures.
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According to these people this is the best travel trailer.

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Peterson Excel builds a trailer the Winslow and so does Continental Coach that are at the top of the trailer hierarchy but both are too expensive. Maybe you could find a used one and have it shipped to you for less than a small fortune.
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