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  1. We traded in our 2016 Grand Design Reflection 308BHTS travel trailer so we can upgrade to a motorcoach. Aside the standard features, the trailer includes a reclining sofa (originally a trifold sofa), X-braces and wheel covers, and a TV for the bunkhouse.
  2. Model: 36CKDB Cargo Capacity: 2,717 Gross Vehicle Weight Rating 16,600 Splendide 2100 Combo Washer/Dryer 15,000 BTU Center Air Conditioner Thermal Pane Windows Insulated and Heated holding Tanks 2000 EU Honda Generator Dual Thirty Pound Propane Roto-chocks New 12v Deep Cycle Battery Twin Motor Front Landing Gear Power Rear Stabilizers MOR/ryde Rubber Pin Box 7,000 lbs Axles Upgraded 17.5" Aluminum Wheels MOR/ryde Suspension H Rated 16 Ply Tires (Under 2 years old) Residential Queen Mattress in Master Bedroom Twin Residential Sized Bunk Beds 22" Samsung Flat Screen TV in Master Bed Room 32" Vizio Flat Screen TV in Living Room Black and Decker Spacemaker Coffee Maker 2 Slides Side Awning 38 Feet Long Magic Chef 3 Burner Range/Oven Microwave Oven Stainless Steel Double Sink Ceiling Fan Wheel Covers Gas/Electric Norcold Refrigerator Portable Ice Maker Large Basement and Storage Asking $18,900 Currently located in Mesa, AZ This trailer is perfect for family travel and full timing. Its in excellent condition all set up and ready to go. Please call 732-331-9994 or email marcusperry@msn.com for more information or additional photos.
  3. Super Clean, LIKE NEW 2015 Keystone Passport ULTRA LITE 3290BH Please contact us for additional photos and details. Recently purchased in 2016. One owner, no pets, no smoking. We have taken this on two overnight trips for a total of three nights. This RV is perfect for very large families. It has three slides offering maximum interior space. Like new, in excellent condition. Sleeping: Queen bed up front with large storage cabinets on the sides and above. HUGE rear bunkhouse with 2 upper bunks and below the bunks are four fold out couches. Rear living area can be separated with curtain. Whole back wall of the camper is storage cabinets and even has separate TV hookup. Living area has a large U shaped dinette folds down for a bed and a jackknife sofa that lays flat for another bed. Easily sleeps up to 10 people Details: Dry Weight: 6368 Carrying Capacity: 1632 Hitch: 825 Length: 36' 8" Height: 10' 11" Fresh Water: 30 Waste Water: 30 Gray Water: 30 6 Gal Gas/Electric Water Heater Interior/Exterior Features: CD/DVD player with radio and bluetooth HD flat panel TV Skylight in bathroom 3 burner stovetop and oven Microwave Double bowl sink with gooseneck faucet 6 cubic foot fridge and separate freezer Electric awning 2 propane tanks Air conditioner and vented heat So many features, can't list them all Extras Include: Brand new gas grill (still in box) that attaches on the outside back of camper with quick connect propane line. Black flush tank Exterior shower X-chock Equalizer weight distribution hitch ($600 value) Wheel chox Contact us for more photos and details. Start enjoying camping now with your family. $24,995
  4. Hi all - My family and I traveled for 4 months in a 2004 Forest River Wildcat and want to do a year or more in a newer bunkhouse model across the US and through western Canada and Alaska in the summer. During our trip, we had some sort of problem or another that cost us a total of about two weeks of lost time and around $5000. We paid $8600 for it, so to add more than 50% to our initial cost was quite a learning experience (you get what you pay for). We are hoping that a 2012 or newer model may need less repairs than our old 2004 Wildcat, but realize that with our budget of $25,000 to $30,000, we will have to have some repairs. Here are our criteria: MUST HAVES 1. Bunkhouse with: A. two slides B. lots of inerior storage C. Either a built in desk to accommodate 4 or room to put a table and 4 chairs D. half bath E. two bunks 2. At least 5 slides (Bunkhouse: 2 Kitchen/Living: 2 Bedroom: 1 but would prefer 2) 3. Dining table that seats 4 4. Price $25,000 - $30,000 NICE TO HAVE: 1. Maximum of 2 days lost time per month due to repairs 2. Double refrigerator 3. Automatic Levelling system MUST NOT HAVE 1. Definitely NO exterior kitchen We fully realize that with our budget we're not going to get exactly what we want, nor is it going to be the best quality, so are looking mostly at 2012-2014 models.We have looked at dozens of floorplans and prices, and although there are a few with most of the features, nearly all of them seem to have the external kitchen. We definitely want to use that space for a table and chairs for roadschooling, and are not willing to compromise on that feature. So far I the only model I have found that meets our criteria and budget is: Keystone Avalanche 360RB Apparently this model is no longer manufactured, but the Avalanche 390RB is the closest current model: http://www.keystonerv.com/avalanche/ We did find a 2013 Avalanche 360RB for $30,000, but weren't really ready to pull the trigger because: - we would like to have at least 2-3 models to choose from. - the reviews we've read about Keystone products and their service have been mixed. The other model that we would love to have, but is simply out of our budget is: Grand Design 365DEN http://www.granddesignrv.com/solitude365-floor.php With that model, we would have to take out the couches in the rear and add our own bunks and table/chairs, but that's not a big deal for us. The main thing we like about the Grand Designs is the amount of positive user stories regarding how they stand behind their product. If anyone has any other models they would recommend, or any personal experience with the Avalanche 360RB, we'd appreciate any suggestions or feedback. Thanks in advance, Family Guy
  5. Hi ladies and Gentleman, My daughter has a rare genetic condition that gets worse as the weather gets cold. She was just diagnosed this past February and the doctors told us we need to look to warmer climates for her and her specialists are in a state in the south. So we have been in a scramble to try to find the best fifth wheel to facilitate this. Naturally this caught us off guard and we do not have a ton of money saved up $12,000, We can make payments but our credit is not the best so not sure how to get financed. We had one dealer tells us they might be able to but only on one unit,The Heartland Gateway, but the unit has alot of customer complaints on them). Some said they wont even last 3 years. We are trying to determine which fifth wheel is the best value. We dont want to have to deal with a bunch of leaks and poor insulation or construction as we will be spending our time taking our daughter back and forth to her doctors. However, we also can not afford to buy "the best". There are 4 of us, two teenagers and my wife and I so we need a bunkhouse. We have heard that the DRV and New Horizones are good but even the used ones are out of our prices range. Any suggestions or information would be great
  6. We are looking for our 1st 5th wheel to be kept at our ranch for weekend stays, but also to be taken to CO for a couple of weeks during the summer. We have an F250 for towing purposes. We would like a bunkhouse in order to put 4 kids back there. We are overwhelmed with the number of options. Are there RV's we should stay away from? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!
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