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Old 09-29-2013, 09:00 AM   #1
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TT floor plans

This is such a great forum I can usually find what I am looking for by searching and don't need to post. Thanks for great info here.
We have been camping for many years in our 98 Prowler and it is time to upgrade. We want to stick with a TT and we really like this floor plan however a new one is not in our budget. Does anyone know of older models with similar floor plans? Really love the galley and super slide combo.
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That's the theme of new floor plans. I think it'll be hard to find one like that.
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Well, yes, but what's the budget?
You can get 15 different models with similar features in the low $20Ks.
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Thanks for the replies.. MY budget is in the low $20's. I had not seen very many models with similar floor plans. IIRC the Outback 323BH came out in 2013 and new has a MSRP nearly $36K even used in that model it would exceed my budget. That's why I was asking about similar older models.
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Is the superslide a "must have"? I just ask because there are quite a few new TT with opposing slides that are in that same size range but cheaper. Look at the Winnebagos too.
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... And the Coleman Explorers. I almost bought one of these but they were a little too big for what we wanted.
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Is the superslide a "must have"? I just ask because there are quite a few new TT with opposing slides that are in that same size range but cheaper. Look at the Winnebagos too.
No not necessarily a must have. We really like the opposing slides layout. The outside kitchen is also not something we would often use. I would rather the extra bunk and the big bike door. I really appreciate the suggestions. That is what I was hoping for.

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... And the Coleman Explorers. I almost bought one of these but they were a little too big for what we wanted.
Good idea I will look into the Coleman Explorer line I had not seen any before.

THANKS to all that posted. There must me a few thousand different floor plans available in used units. No way I could go through all of them. If you remember the model number please throw them at me.
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Coleman CTU305RE


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New 2014 Winnie 2351
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Forest River Surveyors have camp kitchen in the front slide and a second dorr to the bathroom!
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With bunks SP-296
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Or with bunks:
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WOW I will look into those. Thanks for your efforts..
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The "New 2014 Winnie 2351" floorplan posted is exactly the same as our Coachmen Freedom Express 233RBS. We love the design and the trailer.
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The "New 2014 Winnie 2351" floorplan posted is exactly the same as our Coachmen Freedom Express 233RBS. We love the design and the trailer.
Nice!! I need that with a few bunks.
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Nice!! I need that with a few bunks.
No opposing slides, but similar size with bunks...


Or no slides-> no probems like mine. Bunks with outside kitchen:


It's actually very roomy even w/o slides and two kids and two large dogs. The 2301 has more usable counter-space then ANY trailer we looked at!!
Makes it so user friendly.

Most important thing is that you go the distance to see them in person. No matter how far. The floorplans will "sell" you online until you see some of these units in person, only to be let down by poor workmanship.
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