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Old 07-09-2014, 10:06 AM   #1
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Is this an Outdoor RV site?

I've never seen so many Outdoor RV threads on any RV forum. Do we have salesman in the house?
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Old 07-09-2014, 10:20 AM   #2
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I've never seen so many Outdoor RV threads on any RV forum. Do we have salesman in the house?
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I don't know about that, but my Safari has been an "outdoor RV" for all 18 years of it's life.
I suspect there are very few, (if any), indoor RVs.
What exactly is an "Outdoor RV" anyway?
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I've never seen so many Outdoor RV threads on any RV forum. Do we have salesman in the house?

The short answer is no. We have a growing group of owners who are posting here . No different than any other mfg's. that are discussed here.
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do bridges count?, I have this lovely bridge that overlooks the hudson for sale......
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I've never seen so many Outdoor RV threads on any RV forum. Do we have salesman in the house?

Ideally the Outdoors RV owners(me and other owners) would like to have a separate and distinct forum for owners of Outdoors RV Manufacturing products. Such as Creek Side, Blackstone, etc. Your support or concerns would be appreciated.... and to this end ...you could send a note to the irv2 administer to express either your support, of a separate forum .....or concerns of the numerous Outdoors RV post.

Thanks for your valued comments and look forward to your continued contribution to the forum.


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We are just a bunch that own TT's built by OutdoorsRV Mfg. The Travel trailer section is where we all are. OutdoorsRV is at full production so our numbers will be growing.
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After looking at numerous brands of trailers for over a year, we chose an Outdoors RV Creekside 23RKS. Build quality, advanced standard features and good price are making these trailers (Outdoors RV) more popular out here on the west coast. Over the past year I have seen many more of these units on the open road. Owners groups, Rv forums like this and tow vehicle forums are a great place to learn from others and make your RV experience as safe and fun as you can!
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Welcome Citation, and a wise choice of TT. Read back on these threads for more ORV info. These trailers are not perfect but the people at ORV are a great bunch and are committed to building a quality unit.
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I also think it's weird that there are lots of ORV owner's here. Doesn't bother me, however, so don't get me wrong.

But Keystone and FR makes WAYYYY more trailers than ORV, and there aren't thousands of those users here asking about a Keystone specifically all of a sudden.
It does seem half way suspicious, almost, that it happened with such quickness.

But, if iRV2 is that popular, that's awesome.
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I also think it's weird that there are lots of ORV owner's here. Doesn't bother me, however, so don't get me wrong.

But Keystone and FR makes WAYYYY more trailers than ORV, and there aren't thousands of those users here asking about a Keystone specifically all of a sudden.
It does seem half way suspicious, almost, that it happened with such quickness.

But, if iRV2 is that popular, that's awesome.
I believe Keystone and Forest River have its own forums. Google it.

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Someone needs to start one.
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