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Old 05-24-2013, 12:49 AM   #1
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please help with a used quad bunk make and model recommendation

i'm getting somewhat overwhelmed trying to figure out a decent trailer around 30' to full-time in. i want durability but don't need luxury. some above average insulation (R-8+), hopefully fiberglass exterior with around 6,500 uvw and 3,000 additional carrying capacity. the only trailer i come up with so far is the keystone cougar. i want a used model and hope to pay $10,000 but it'll likely be $15,000ish. i live in Minnesota right now but will be in texas in a couple weeks to start the residency process there. thanks in advance for experience you've had with trailers that "tow the line" or don't!
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Old 05-25-2013, 07:22 PM   #2
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You won't find a decent one for that price, that length, with what you want. Or that lightweight either.
I actually know of one for sale but it's 34', 8400lbs empty, and 17,5k. You can PM me if you want.
I rarely see any with quad bunks but they're out there.
One was a Forest River, the other two were Keystones.
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what ever RV you got make sure it is for full timers and not the weekend type of RV
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i'm getting somewhat overwhelmed trying to figure out a decent trailer around 30' to full-time in. i want durability but don't need luxury. some above average insulation (R-8+), hopefully fiberglass exterior with around 6,500 uvw and 3,000 additional carrying capacity. the only trailer i come up with so far is the keystone cougar. i want a used model and hope to pay $10,000 but it'll likely be $15,000ish. i live in Minnesota right now but will be in texas in a couple weeks to start the residency process there. thanks in advance for experience you've had with trailers that "tow the line" or don't!
I recently bought a 2007 Sunnybrook Sunset Creek 298BH for 10500 from a private party. We love it so far. Queen BR up front and a separate BR with 2 bunkbeds in the back. One big slideout. Lots of storage. It very well made with aluminum structure. I bet you can find some around this price.
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