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tbritt580

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Who makes the best for the money 4 seasons travel trailer??

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Crossroads has the polartec insulation package - the highest R values I've seen for a TT

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You'll get many answers to that one! We have an Arctic Fox and love it.


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Northwood Mfg. Co. of LeGrande, Oregon makes Arctic Fox & Nash. Both lines are true 4 season, top quality construction, and excellent values. They are NOT lite-weight units with tiny holding tanks and flimsy cabinets. Many times the value is in what you cannot see, not the glitz you see inside the unit.

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Only three choices - Bigfoot, Bigfoot, and Bigfoot


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How cold is cold? My fair weather trailer with a few tank heaters is good to at least 10F


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Add Pacific Coachworks, Komfort to the list. The best is pretty subjective. Prices are all roughly the same. If they restarted making them , Bigfoot is only for sale in Ca. they have a smaller (74") bed size.

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Padlin wrote:

Add Pacific Coachworks, Komfort to the list. The best is pretty subjective. Prices are all roughly the same. If they restarted making them , Bigfoot is only for sale in Ca. they have a smaller (74") bed size.


Pacific Coachworks Tango is a 3 season trailer unless the enclosed heated underbelly option is/was ordered.


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I don't know who makes the "best for the money" 4-season travel trailer but the one we have is a Bigfoot 21RB. The quality seems very good based on others we looked at. The only complaints are the simulated wood vinyl veneer on the cabinet framing and the overall bland interior. I'm not a fan of Airstreams but their interior design and construction is more appealing to me.

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I camp down to -20C+ with an R9 KZ with no issues as do some friends of mine. Do you wanna live in it or just go camping in the winter?


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