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Old 03-23-2005, 07:54 AM   #1
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I am new to this forum and would like to say Hi to all you RVers out there. I have been RVing for almost 40 years now. About to upgrade from TT to a fifth wheel, my first. I'm looking at 98 Sunnybrook 30'RLSFS and am wondering if anybody has anything to offer, pos. or neg. about Sunnybrook in general and if possible about their 5th wheels?
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Old 03-23-2005, 07:54 AM   #2
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I am new to this forum and would like to say Hi to all you RVers out there. I have been RVing for almost 40 years now. About to upgrade from TT to a fifth wheel, my first. I'm looking at 98 Sunnybrook 30'RLSFS and am wondering if anybody has anything to offer, pos. or neg. about Sunnybrook in general and if possible about their 5th wheels?
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Old 03-23-2005, 09:14 AM   #3
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Glad you found us. There is a wealth of info in our members and I'm sure with 40 years RVing, you will add a lot. Several members have Sunnybrook products and should find you soon.

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Welcome to IRV2!! You will find lots of friendly people here and I am sure you'll get answers to your questions.
I had a '95 Sunnybrook TT and over all was happy with the construction of it. I'm sure others will join in here and give you more info.
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Old 03-23-2005, 01:12 PM   #5
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I have a 2001 30 RKFS fiver (purchased new) and think I got good value for the dollar. There is a site of just SB folks at http://www.sunnybrooktalk.com/. They are friendly folks, like this site and will give you a lot of info. But, don't forget to come back here. These are the 2 forums I use regularly and I have found both to be well mannered and informative. Bill
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We have a 2003 Mobile Scout Lite 3008 and love it. Best trailer we have ever owned. I second Moby Bill to check out sunnybrooktalk.com
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Old 03-24-2005, 11:23 AM   #7
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We had a '97 Mobile Scout 30FBS which we bought in 2000. It was well designed, excellent quality and perfectly balanced so as to tow very well with my vintage Burb. The only flaw was the wallpaper covering peeling which I would chalk up to the Florida humidity. The slide worked effortlessly. I would rate it as an excellant trailer coach. If it were not for our move to Oregon we would still have it.
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Welcome! I have a '00 Sunnybrook 26DB which we love and we have had no problems. The 26DB isn't made anymore but it's very similar to a shortened 29DBS without the slide.

We looked at lots of brands and, for the money, Sunnybrook was the clear choice. FWIW, we had narrowed it down to Jayco, Sunnybrook and Sunline - all excellent brands but we thought the fit and finish of the SB was just a tad better. Good luck!
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We're in our 4th season with our Sunnybrook TT and we really like it. We had two small problems in the first year that were promptly fixed by the dealer (one was a cracked tub which was replaced and the other was minor enough that I don't even remember what it was). Just yesterday DH was remarking on how well the trailer has held up to the use and abuse of our three kids. Ours is the "Lite" model (now called Solanta), and it's very well built and I think very well designed. We can highly recommend Sunnybrook and would buy another.
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We just ordered our second Sunnybrook. This one is a new 5th wheel floor plan; a 32BWKS. We had a 26CKS TT for 5 years until we sold it in December. We like the SB trailers very much. I think that what you get for your moeny is a vary good deal.

We looked at a lot of rigs and a lot of manufacturers. Some just didn't stack up, some were more than we needed, the SB is a well balanced unit comparing features with pricing.

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