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Old 02-24-2014, 04:18 PM   #1
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Opinion please!!

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Old 02-24-2014, 04:22 PM   #2
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It's a travel trailer.
What more can I say. It looks pretty utilitarian to me. But for a family it might be OK.
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I notice no air conditioning. If every bunk if filled, you'd need to go outside to change your mind. Search the forum for info and opinions about Keystone trailers.
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There is a a/c unit on the roof.

Looks like a nice unit. But don't just rush to buy something because the last deal fell through.
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Its comes down to how much you want to spend and invest for comfort.
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Old 02-24-2014, 08:23 PM   #6
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There is a a/c unit on the roof. Looks like a nice unit. But don't just rush to buy something because the last deal fell through.

It's the one I originally wanted. Bigger than the one DH wanted.. But perfect for our needs. very happy..
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It is a simple, entry level trailer.
But as with any trailer, you have to do plenty of maintenance, entry level or not.
So for what you want to do, just get into RVing, it will serve it's purpose well.
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My only comment is not much storage space. Those cabinets fill up fast!
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looks nice to me
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A question I always ask myself. Given the number of people you could have on board. If you had a rainy day and were confined to the trailer will you be happy? If so, enjoy it.
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looks nice to me
Thank You! We love it!
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It is a simple, entry level trailer. But as with any trailer, you have to do plenty of maintenance, entry level or not. So for what you want to do, just get into RVing, it will serve it's purpose well.

Exactly.. Perfect for starting our and for our needs. can't wait!
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A question I always ask myself. Given the number of people you could have on board. If you had a rainy day and were confined to the trailer will you be happy? If so, enjoy it.

The one we got screwed out of - I would of lost my mind. This one feels right. The kids have their area and we have ours but we can all be together!
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The one we got screwed out of - I would of lost my mind. This one feels right. The kids have their area and we have ours but we can all be together!
Finding an RV that feels right is usually a good thing, hopefully your family will have a great time in it. When using the shower, be careful not to let water spray or drip out onto the walls or floor, easy to happen with a curtain.
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