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Old 08-05-2016, 03:57 AM   #15
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Check out Lance trailer. We are getting ready to get a 2285. 24 ft. Walk around residential queen bed.
About 4500 lbs dry, MAX weight 6000.
Not cheap, new msrp $35,000 to $40,000 depending on options.
After years of rv shows, we fell in love with floorplan & quality of build.
Just my opinion.
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me and the wife bought a keystone passport 195rb has a queen bed and its the perfect size for us.
I tow it with a 2012 Jeep grande cherokee overland v6.
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Be sure to check out the window placement and bed placement, and just be sure you enjoy the views and the amount of light coming in. This is something we sometimes don't think about until the 5th trip out...
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Old 08-08-2016, 01:33 PM   #18
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Well I pulled the trigger and bought my first trailer. I switched from my original choices and ended up with something that the wife and I both liked. I ended up buying the Grand Design Imagine 2600rb. I get to pick it up tomorrow and have been buzzing around trying to purchase items that I will need in order to do some camping.
Thanks everyone for the replies and suggestions. It's great to tap into the knowledge base on a great forum like this!
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It feels so good to finally make the decision and go with it, doesn't it? Enjoy!
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Well I pulled the trigger and bought my first trailer. I switched from my original choices and ended up with something that the wife and I both liked. I ended up buying the Grand Design Imagine 2600rb. I get to pick it up tomorrow and have been buzzing around trying to purchase items that I will need in order to do some camping.
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Congratulations!
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Congrats on your new imagine. Have fun.
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Well I pulled the trigger and bought my first trailer. I switched from my original choices and ended up with something that the wife and I both liked. I ended up buying the Grand Design Imagine 2600rb. I get to pick it up tomorrow and have been buzzing around trying to purchase items that I will need in order to do some camping.
Thanks everyone for the replies and suggestions. It's great to tap into the knowledge base on a great forum like this!
Sweet!

How did the pickup go????? Update please!
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