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Old 04-12-2013, 12:05 AM   #1
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I fell in love....

My wife and I went to a camper show and saw an amazing TT. 2013 41' Hornet hideout. Front glass windows. Residential refrigerator. The works... gorgeous!!!! And onnnnly $25k. My wife had to bribe me with the promise of a newer truck and a used TT.. but ohhhhh I want it.



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Wow that's impressive
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Old 04-12-2013, 12:24 AM   #3
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Wow that's impressive
Yea and all the loan sharks were there. Hey only $125 a month! For 12 years..... it was tempting but the thought of a newer truck and still newer than our current 81 MH. I can get my dream truck. 05 Powerstroke SuperDuty Crew Cab. Ahhhhh. And an 04ish TT or 5er. My current truck 2000 f250 superduty crewcab. Its just a 5.4 with 175,000. I really wamt a newer camper and truck
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Yeah a nice diesel and TT is a good combo. But do you really want an 05? Doesn't that have to troublesome 6.0l?
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Very nice Park Model. These trailers are designed to sit in a campground and not be towed as a typical trailer. Dollar for dollar these are the best bang for the buck as a summertime retreat. I see these types of trailers permanently set in RV parks with decking and flower gardens. A lot of the time there is skirting around them.
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Made by Keystone - but 41 feet? What is the weight of that? Seems like a Park model, I agree.
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Made by Keystone - but 41 feet? What is the weight of that? Seems like a Park model, I agree.
It is a park model. But I still love it. Lol its 40' 11". New to 2013 the weight is i believe 12k
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Yeah a nice diesel and TT is a good combo. But do you really want an 05? Doesn't that have to troublesome 6.0l?
They have been known to be testy. I belong to Ford truck enthusiasts and theve shown ways to make the motor bullet proof. Egr deletes and head studs. Honestly for the money id get an 03 and slap an 05 front end on it. I like that grill/bumper/ head light combo
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They have been known to be testy. I belong to Ford truck enthusiasts and theve shown ways to make the motor bullet proof. Egr deletes and head studs. Honestly for the money id get an 03 and slap an 05 front end on it. I like that grill/bumper/ head light combo
Yeah that's the way I would go. Stick with the proven 7.3 but get the better looks of the 05
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41' for only $25K and new. That is a low end entry level trailer. I'd be very concerned about the build quality and how it holds up.

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41' for only $25K and new. That is a low end entry level trailer. I'd be very concerned about the build quality and how it holds up.

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Keystone has been turning out good products. I havent heard anything bad. Its aluminum sided and its not a 5er. We looked at those but 60k+ is waaaaay outa our range
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