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Old 02-17-2016, 03:46 PM   #1
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I am looking to purchase an RV for the first time. I plan on retiring in the very near future, and want to do some traveling and camping. I am getting a bit over whelmed with all the prices and options. I have a selected 5 travel trailers that meet the options i wish in my purchase and would appreciate any feed back in regards to the quality or lack there of. i have a list of 5 1) 2012 pacific coachworks 31bbs, 2) 2013 Denali 268rb, 3) 2015 Black rock 25rls, 4) 2015 sunset Trail reserve 30rk, 5) 2013 wind river 280fks, any assistance will be gratefully accepted

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Is it just you, or are there other family members and/or friends that will be going with you? More info would help.

Do you already have a tow vehicle? If so, what is it?

Where do you live? This can help to know what is available in your area.

How much travelling and camping? Where? RV parks? National Parks? State parks? Forest service campgrounds? BLM land? What part of the country?

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Old 02-17-2016, 08:57 PM   #3
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A bit more info would be helpful.

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I see i may not have been clear. all i'm looking for is feed back or opinions on anyone's experience with the listed trailers. are they of good quality, are they susceptible to leaking , frame cracking, de-lamination, wiring problems, etc etc or are the of good quality no problems or small problems?
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Welcome to the community. In regards to the Outdoors RV products you might check the owners forum here at Irv2. I own a creekside from the same manufacturer so I am unable to comment on the Blackrock or Windriver. I'm pleased with the build quality and Value. I would buy again without hesitation. If there is anything I can do to help you please let me know.
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Build quality on these travel trailers is similar. The key issue will be the condition of the individual trailers, and how well they have been maintained.

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