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Old 07-17-2013, 12:54 PM   #15
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We purchased a Keystone Outback 310BHS last summer. It has served us well. With the bunkhouse bump out we get a lot more room for our kids who are 13 and 21. They like to bring friends along and we still have space. In fact, last weekend we had 3 boys and 2 puppies in kennels with us.

Don't know if it meets your other specifications or not.
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We have 2012 flagstaff FR 831RKSS , 3 bunks in back along with nice storage in back . Outside kitchen . 31'
Great TT , very good quality , highly recommend
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Neil - I like those Puma specs? Who makes Palomino's frames?
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Old 07-18-2013, 12:34 AM   #18
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If you want a quality unit, look at the Northwoods Arctic Fox line. Another might be Excel, but the ones mentioned above are not really a high quality unit.

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Old 07-19-2013, 05:23 AM   #19
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I would like to offer up a possible candidate that does fill all your requirements/wishes. I just brought one home tonight so I don't have the longevity in it to see how good it's going to be yet though. I've owned a few rvs and live in them for months a time (I work out on the road) and think I had some knowledge when I pulled the trigger after looking at about 50 this time. (being anal & OCD sucks BTW!)

Anyhow it's a 2013 Keystone Laredo 291TG. Weight is 6570. length though quoted 33 is a little shorter (around 31), 3 bunks in rear, full queen in front, dinette and pullout memory foam sofas, I pulled it home with a F150 ecoboost 1/2 ton easily.
Out door kitchen with another apartment sized fridge gives more refridgerator space and cuts down on running in and out of the trailer.
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Old 07-19-2013, 02:40 PM   #20
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We have a Keystone Cougar 29BHS (33 feet long bumper to hitch) and it’s a 2010 with the new construction so its light (shipping weight 6417). It has a bunkhouse with 4 bunks in a separate room and one of the bunks is larger that turns into a table for 4 kids (not all models had this option). Outside of the 4 bunks the table and couch can become queen beds and there is still a bedroom with a queen. We love it but are actually looking at getting something else because I have dirt bikes so we may get a toy hauler. We may be looking to sell it.
It looks like this one except the fabric.

http://www.bjrv.com/travel-trailer/2...-cougar/113400
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