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Old 07-15-2016, 11:49 AM   #1
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Looking into Keystone Bullet Ultra Lite....who has one?

We are looking into the Keystone Bullet Ultra Lite TT and just curious who either has one or has had one.

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Old 07-15-2016, 12:59 PM   #2
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We have the Passport Grand Touring which is the sister model line (think GMC and Chevy).
We have the 2670 bh and love it.
We have had no issues at all.
To us it seems the perfect size, big enough to stretch out and sleep multiple people comfortably, but small enough to fit in any campsite (so far).
We have no regrets buying it. Don't let the name Keystone scare you, from all my research it seems they have turned themselves around in the last few years and is at least on par with Jayco in terms of quality.
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Old 07-15-2016, 01:24 PM   #3
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Looking into Keystone Bullet Ultra Lite....who has one?

We have a 2016 Keystone Bullet 269RLS Ultra-lite and love it. We bought it new this past April and have been on several short trips, as well as a just completed 4,600+mile, three week trip out West with it. We negotiated a second battery into the deal since we boondock some and an electric tongue jack and I added an 1,100 watt inverter as well as some other items to make it how we wanted it. We have had zero problems with it so far. It also came with a 15K BTU A/C unit, which is nice and a spare tire. We tow it with a 2013 Ford F-150 Platinum Screw 3.5 Ecoboost, 3.73 rear and Max towing package and it's a great combo with the Blue Ox Sway Pro WDH.
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Old 07-18-2016, 11:49 AM   #4
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I have the Keystone Bullet Premier 26RBPR, but haven't really used it yet (bought it last month). Beautiful interior, nicely laid out, but lots of minor issues in QA from the factory (all resolved now).

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Old 07-19-2016, 08:51 AM   #5
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Bullet premier 19

Bought a Bullet Premier 19 new in 2011. Logged thousands of miles north, south, east and west. Love it. As with anything, maintenance is key. Also understand its limitations (avoid going over potholes at a high rate of speed etc.) One Con: the rear exterior panel. Not sure if it was my fault or poor design. Where the rear panel attaches to the frame began to separate. I used duct tape to seal it and continued on our trip with no further complications. When I returned home I replaced the factory seal strip with a one inch rigid aluminum strip, available at one of the big box store hardware supply stores, chalked and screwed every 6 inches to the bottom frame. Looks good and no further problem. Now the part about maybe it was my fault. There is a sticker on the rear panel next to the black tank flush hose bib stating that you should OPEN all sewer valves before turning on the hose to flush out the black tank. Did I ever forget to do this more than once? Can't say. In any event, whether stupidity on my part or poor design, problem solved and back on the road. Good luck!
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Old 07-23-2016, 10:51 AM   #6
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We downsized from 6 motorhomes three years ago into our first travel trailer, a Keystone Bullet 248. We have spent three winters in Arizona and have pulled it through the Colorado mountains. We have not had any problems and it has not been back to a dealer. Fit and finish has been good. It tows very well with our Ram 1500 Hemi with very little sway. We purchases it new at a very good discount. So far we are "happy campers"
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We just bought a 2013 bullet 284rls and love it. More storage than any other trailer we looked at and everything feels solid and quality built.
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We downsized (way down) from a 40' Phaeton to a 2014 Keystone 22RBPR. We are impressed!
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Very light at 5000 pounds dry with good cargo capacity.
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