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Old 07-02-2016, 03:25 PM   #1
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We are down sizing from a class A to a TT our current unit is a Newmar very high quality. What make of TT is well build inside and out?? Any help or opinions would be helpful
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When people ask these kinds of questions, it is very helpful to include where you are in the world, as that can narrow down what is available to you in your area.
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We are down sizing from a class A to a TT our current unit is a Newmar very high quality. What make of TT is well build inside and out?? Any help or opinions would be helpful
We are thinking the same. I have looked at a few TT's and none compare to our HR Navigator. We are having a hard time lowering our sites (interior quality) but after some head banging I think we will get there.
The Airstream is quality but interior shape and limited room leave some sthing to be desired.
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Airstream of course!

But you have to realllly like each other.....

I hear a lot of great things about Northwood and a lot of great things about Lance too.
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Old 07-02-2016, 06:56 PM   #5
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How much do you want to pay?

Airstream, makes a good unit as do the tiny house companies. However for most of us who want a conventional RV , there is no stellar company cornering the market.

They all offer the same models, with the same appliances and trim based on price point. There are nuances that between them and the dealer can play a big part of the decision.

I usually suggest renting a unit similar to what you want, you learn a lot before you commit to size and features.
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Outdoors RV seems to be built better than most. They have several lines and brands covering a wide range of price points. Well insulated true four season trailers. Go to the website and see for yourself. Outdoorsrv.com
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Just my 2 cents worth, but Outdoors RV and Northwood will give you the most bang for your dollar. Outdoors have a bit more glamour and Northwood has a bit higher reputation. Don't think you would be disappointed with either line.
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I just bought a Keystone Bullet Premier 26RBPR. It has a very beautiful interior.

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We are down sizing from a class A to a TT our current unit is a Newmar very high quality. What make of TT is well build inside and out?? Any help or opinions would be helpful
I would have to say again, Lance or Airstream.
I liked the Lance because of the slideouts. Lance has come along leaps and bounds in the last few years. Airstream has always been top notch quality. Beautiful interiors on both these two.
There are a few other out there but looks and quality I found these two for my personal liking.
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We absolutely love our open range 308 BHS like huge slides plenty room awesome kitchen also has outdoor kitchen no regrets have owned it for year wish I would've bought it 15 years ago.
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