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Old 12-25-2013, 12:16 PM   #29
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Hi to all on this thread ! My name is Rusty and I am a fellow RV owner and also a salesman in Southern California. I am sorry if you feel I'm spamming this thread, but I would like to give you some true numbers on what some of you were thinking. The major brand we sell here are Keystone products. For a lighter weight bumper pull trailer with a rear entertainment Lounge that has dual opposing slides I would recommend looking into the Passport 31RE. As I am right now looking at the trailer weight and cargo capacity sticker the waiters follows: unloaded vehicle weight is 6120 pounds and the cargo carrying capacity is 1840 pounds. That is from the sticker in the door from DOT. Now the Cougar High Country 331RES is a little heavier the unloaded wait is 7880 pounds and the cargo carrying capacity is 2060 pounds. This is also per DOT. This is also a double opposing slide rear entertainment. I will take a couple of pictures now. I hope they come through. They are both amazing trailers. Me being an RV'er also I do I think but these are very well built units. First will be the pictures of the Passport Elite, then the Cougar High Country. I hope this gives you some more useful information on the weights of these units and a few pictures to show how good these units look. I am also a salesman and would like to earn your business. If you would like to contact me please PM me. I truly hope I have not offended anybody with this post.
Rusty - thanks for the post. That is exactly the kind of info I have been looking for. The Passport looks very interesting to me. Right weight range and good floor plan.

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Do either of those use the 3-piece welded/fabricated I-beam from Lippert? I thought the Passport does, but maybe it's one of the other models.

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