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Posted: 01/25/21 09:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We've found a floor plan we like in the Keystone RV Premier 24RKPR. I was wondering if anyone has had experience with this Keystone product line?

If you've owned one or know someone who has (not just rumors) I'd appreciate your thoughts.

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We have a 2013 Premier 31bhpr. At the time of purchase, we walked through similar floor plans from different manufacturers and found this to be of better build quality than most and it was nearly 1k lighter as well.

We’ve been very happy with it. The only issue we’ve encountered in 8 years is the 2 front storage doors have absorbed moisture through the bottom weep holes. The bottom halves have delaminated and gone soft. I can replace them, frame and all, for $150 each. Just having trouble finding replacement decals.


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As above I have a 2014 31BHPR. Other than self inflicted wounds we've been very happy.

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Every Keystone product I've seen on the road has delamination problems.

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jdc1 wrote:

Every Keystone product I've seen on the road has delamination problems.


guess you haven't seen mine (11 years old) or our daughters inlaws (12 years old) or a dozen sitting in the community RV lot. None have had any delam problems.

On the keystone line, our outback 295RE is 11 years old, we still love it, zero issues, has about 50K miles on it, about 90 days of use/year 30 or so with young grandkids in the trailer and it has held up very well. Daughters in-laws Montana again zip problems other than decals looking bad on the sunny side exposure in the RV lot.


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Wife really likes the bright interior on the premier.
We ended up buying it's cousin, Keystone Outback 252urs for the rear slide and 60 gal FWT.
The Outback is however heavier.

Regarding delamination:
Wife and I have owned 4 fiberglass sided trailers in a 30 year span and have yet to experience any delamination......simply maintain the roof.

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You could probably get some very useful info on that unit over at the Keystone forums.


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