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Old 08-16-2011, 01:05 PM   #1
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TT choices- interested in three

These are the three TT we are trying to decide on:

2012 Forest River Rockwood 2109S
2012 Lance Lance 1985
2011 Keystone Bullet 215 RBS

The Lance is coming in around $5k more than the other two but I've heard they are well made.
Each has the floor plan we would like. The interiors are also all nice.
I do wonder about things such as suspension, (shocks or torsion/spring) frame material etc., all the things you can't see...

Thank you


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Old 08-19-2011, 06:50 AM   #2
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Cool Another option for you :)

I did a lot of research before we bought our TT We've had it a few years and LOVE it, although I might want a little bigger one. We have an 18' Fun Finder by Cruiser RV. Fun Finder X Lightweight Travel Trailer | Cruiser RV | Lightweight Travel Trailers | Lightweight RVs | Lightweight Toy Haulers | Lightweight Campers It has all aluminum framing, fiberglass exterior, great suspension, very nice looking inside and a FULL SIZE queen bed. Most campers have 'camper queens' which are too short for us! It has neat extras, like exterior speakers & shower (hot/cold) and a nice grill that hooks on the side of it. They also seem to hold their value, I couldn't find a used one any cheaper than new. So I guess I'm no help at all, but thought you might want to look at this one before you made up your mind.
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