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Area13

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Posted: 06/07/19 02:47pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We think we finally got it right for our needs. I really love TC’s and we tried, tried again, got a dually, a Host with multiple slides, just didn’t work for us (Her)! So we finally settled on this and feel like we have a rig we can keep for while for short trips and such. Empty nesters that like 2-4 night trips locally to the ocean razor clamming and such. I bought a used 2015 F150 That’s very nice to drive around town compared to a SD drw diesel. It also pairs well with this TT, towed home like a dream. I’m about 5200 lbs dry, 21’ floor, 25’ total. NO slides this time. Feels roomy, full walk around 60x80 queen. Love the separation between the bedroom and the dinette which is huge. Giant window out the rear is spectacular, can’t wait for our first trip.
Anyway, i’’m a TT guy again, so i’ll poke around here a little, good group here it seems.

ORV 21RD


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2020 Outdoors RV 21RD
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Posted: 06/07/19 03:37pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Nice! Enjoy!


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Lwiddis

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Posted: 06/07/19 04:18pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I like that big back window.


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Congrats. We have an ORV 20FQ(discontinued)that is the slightly shorter brother of yours. Good trailer. If you plan on keeping yours awhile, and since you mention clamming, consider painting your frame, springs etc. with a good rust inhibitor paint. ORV frames rust up fairly quickly. Just a small gripe in an overall very good trailer. Enjoy!

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Posted: 06/07/19 08:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

That is the floor plan I admire the most out of all they have. The large rear windows with the nice view of whatever scenery is available, while sitting in comfort. Congratulations!


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Along with the previously mentioned 20FQ, this is what I would look for. Very nice! And can go nearly anywhere a TC can go, maybe even more places.


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There is an owners forum at iRV2 Outdoors Owners. Lots of info with regard to your unit and the brand.
Hope you enjoy yours as much as we are. Welcome to the club....

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I really like the Outdoors RVs and was thinking about going up to WA or OR from Nevada to find a used one. The 21 with the aft dinette is one of their best layouts. A really nice trailer.

I found a used Rockwood locally and bought that instead a month ago. I may still end up with an Outdoors RV.

* This post was edited 06/10/19 07:52am by ppine *

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Blazing Zippers wrote:

There is an owners forum at iRV2 Outdoors Owners. Lots of info with regard to your unit and the brand.
Hope you enjoy yours as much as we are. Welcome to the club....


There's an even better discussion group on FB, if you are on Facebook


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