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Old 04-03-2016, 06:55 PM   #15
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Watch out for Jayco, I've has bad luck with those.



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Old 04-03-2016, 08:03 PM   #16
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The advice I could give is buy a trailer that fits your lifestyle. I love cold weather camping so I bought a four seasons. If you don't travel in winter in the snow and cold look for something that fits where you travel and how you travel. Will you be comfortable, have room for all traveling (including pets), go off road, boon dock, full hook ups, what do you want to do, then start your search from there for what you can afford and tow. Some full time, others just travel a lot but will it be a trailer that only gets used a few times the year?

Ask these questions first then buy your trailer. Even after you buy your dream trailer you will always be looking for your next one.
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Old 04-03-2016, 08:05 PM   #17
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I never get much "traction" with this suggestion, but the Travel Trailer & 5th Wheel Comparison Guide was invaluable for me. Its a book I got on Amazon and it was great to help me narrow down all the manufacturers and models going back several years. Made short work on which were the quality units and which to not bother with. This forum is great, but you'll get a million different opinions...and for every positive vote on a maker you'll get a negative one too.

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BestRV was sited by DMV last year for illegally charging people a California set up fee at the tune of $750 a unit. Found that ob Googling them.
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Old 04-06-2016, 11:25 PM   #19
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We owned a Nash 23' trailer for a short time, took it to Victoria, BC and back to NorCal. No problems at all, quality product just too small for our needs. We upgraded to an Outdoors RV Wind River 270CISW and are very happy with it. Both builders are rated at the top in all our research!
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