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Getting Ready for 2012 Camping season, New Truck Chevy 2500HD 6.0 Gas.
Now need a new TT, Looking at the Keystone Outback 260FL. Anyone own one, or have general info on the Outback line. We now have a Passport and are happy with it, just want something a little bigger.

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Outback Community

I found this site when I was looking at an Outback. I read posts...asked questions...PM'd some owner's of the same model...

It's full of helpful Outback Owner's.

We have a 2011 Outback 282FE SuperLight 5th wheel.

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Have had ours almost 6 years now. We travel in it full time. The Outback is a medium priced camper and has a lot to offer for the buck. I would buy another.


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We don't own one, but looked at one while shopping for our current TT. Really like the floor plan and interior features. Bedroom slideout is really nice. But it was too heavly for our F150.

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When i was shopping for my TT 2 years ago, the Outback seemed a little nicer than the KZ Spree I was looking at. A couple weeks ago, I walked through an Outback 312BH and a Prime Time Lacrosse 319BH. The Prime Time is noticeably nicer. Unless you specifically want something that short, check out the Lacrosse 301. I bet the Tracer 2600 has nicer materials than the Outback. Check out the Heartland North Trail 26BRSS too. I love my NT!

* This post was edited 04/30/12 11:24am by APT *


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We have an Outback Bunk House and love it! My in-laws have an 298 RE, it has the double slide outs in the living/kitchen area. We haven't had any issues with our camper, and we've used it at least 20 times over the last year and 1/2. The only problem was the sticker on the front end curling up, but we removed it and it looks good a new.

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we have an outback 295RE. IMHO outbacks are a very nice mid level trailer. whomever does the design, must be campers since there are lots of nice camping features.. We have had our 295RE for almost 2 years. Traveled over 10K miles, pushing 150 days camping. everything is holding up very well, haven't found anything that anoys us in the design. In fact, the more we use it, the more we like the layout and design details. Only warranty issue was that the alloy wheels started to develop white spots which I didn't notice till a few days before the warranty expired. Expecting a "thats cosmetic" response, took it to the dealer, they mailed of pictures and a week later we had a brand new set of alloy wheels on the trailer.


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Might try this site as well. They are new, just starting up.

http://outbackforumz.com/


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Stop by http://www.dogandtrailer.com/index.php

These folks are the featured Outback owners on Keystone's Outback website.
Great bunch of people who camp together a lot...Many from PA & NJ.

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I have a 2012 Outback 260FL and LOVE it. For the most part this was the only camper I found that fit my needs to a tee. I like the bedroom separation and I love the bathroom which were two key features for me. If you have any questions I will help if I can.

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