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Old 11-04-2012, 07:59 PM   #1
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Looking for Help..Comparison

Currently looking to upgrade from Jayco Feather 17' hybrid to 23' travel trailer with slide out. We are seeking feedback on which brand of camper to purchase. Quality is important, price range to be under $25,000.00.
We have selected two campers and appreciate any feedback.

2013 Keystone PASSPORT Ultra Lite Trailer - Model 2300BH 26ft bunk trailer with slide.

2013 WINNEBAGO MINNIE 2451BHS TRAVEL TRAILER
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I would look at Jayco or Winnebago over a keystone if you are wanting quality.

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Old 11-06-2012, 09:54 PM   #3
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I appreciate you feedback. Is there a resource book/guide that one might suggest to read that compares the brand of campers?
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You already own a Jayco product. I would think they would also be on your short list. Watch buying an ultra lite trailer. Some manufacturers had troubles with the aluminum wall ribs pulling apart and also frame cracks. Myself personally, I would steer clear of an ultra lite, regardless of the manufacturer. Just my humble opinion.

That Winnie is a unique lime green color. It will certainly be easy to find in the CG...
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