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Old 12-22-2015, 12:35 PM   #1
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Please share with us any comments you might have about a Keystone Outback 324CG. It's more of a bicycle hauler that a toy hauler. Though, you could get a motorcycle in the mini-garage.

We'd like to hear about any Keystone Outback, or any other Keystone, reliability issues, quality, etc...

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Old 12-22-2015, 01:25 PM   #2
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bought one last year, only problem broken shower head. everything worked

from day 1, except showerhead. replaced immediately.

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Old 12-22-2015, 05:35 PM   #3
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Never seen one not all delaminated and stickers pealing stay away from keystone if I was you
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Old 12-22-2015, 05:52 PM   #4
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Never seen one not all delaminated and stickers pealing stay away from keystone if I was you
Agree. We see lots of Cougar 5th wheels with fading front caps and TT's and 5ers with bubbling rears. A quick walk thru any CG and you can see at least 1-2 Keystones with some kind of delam.
On the plus side though I don't see hardly any issues with Montana's. Maybe it's because Keystone sells a ton of trailers that their failure rate is higher.
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We bought ours from the Original owners. Our stickers are peeling off, not desirable but doesn't bother me. It was kept outside and uncovered so not too unexpected says me. Fortunately everything else is good to go. We know the original owners well and they didn't have any issues that I'm aware of. Just general maintenance type stuff.

IMO, the more I read and learn about TT's, campers, etc. it seems a lot can depend on the Production year/run. I guess with ours we must have lucked out.
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True. I think the next big issue is going to be all those trailers with the dark colored front and rear caps. Probably going to see more and more of them with the fade look.
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True. I think the next big issue is going to be all those trailers with the dark colored front and rear caps. Probably going to see more and more of them with the fade look.
I agree. That makes me glad that ours is of the generation where they were still mostly all white. So hopefully it won't look as bad in a couple of more years! Lol.
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I am Not a Keystone owner,,, but we are shopping for a TT or 5th... The Keystones I see just a very few years old are faded, decals peeling, etc... They look very old on the outside... Looks are important to me,,, Along with other things of course... Monkey
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