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Old 03-06-2016, 07:37 AM   #29
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Sunline made a very good travel trailer. We had a 29' 2002 trailer that served us very well for 10 years. Unfortunately, they are another small company that made a quality trailer that went out of business. If you look on rvtrader.com, there are quite a few of them listed.
I had a Sunline and believe they were among the best. However, be aware that some models, built in the last few before going out of business, used a cheap Lippert frame that would fail. The T 2499 was one such model.

Bent front frame cross-member on '07 Solaris T-2499 - Page 10 - Sunline Coach Owner's Club

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Old 03-06-2016, 03:02 PM   #30
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I didn't know that! I was tempted to trade in our Sunline before they went out of business, but college expenses for our son took priority.

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Old 03-13-2016, 11:29 AM   #31
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Outdoors RV are the top of the line. We have a Timber Ridge 240 RKS with 320 watts of solar power on the roof, nothing better.
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Old 03-14-2016, 10:47 AM   #32
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no matter.....

which one you choose, or how much$$ you pay, you will have issues with it. the perfect tt has not been designed OR built.in the Nash line, none need a late model 3/4 ton truck. likewise with the classic series wide body AF tt.
the orv products are ALL built the same. price is dependent on size and features. they have larger holding tanks and water heaters than almost any other tt. they are well insulated, tow nice, but are heavier than some others in their size range.
we've been looking alot lately and keep coming back to orv as fitting our needs the best. i particularly don't want to go back to a little 6 gal. water heater 95% of the other manufacturers use.

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