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Posted: 08/03/22 07:45pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Anyone familiar with this model and floodplain?

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Zero travel access to anything but the kitchen, only having the rear door is going to be problematic at many state campgrounds that drop away from the road, we've had several trips where we locked the back door because the steps weren't making good contact. Otherwise it's pretty close to my trailer which I overall quite like. Oh, and perhaps it's just the market today but that MSRP is nearly double what I paid 18 months ago.

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Never owned one but did own another Keystone brand TT. Springdale is a basic stick and tin trailer, the brand is at the bottom of the Keystone barrel. That's if one believes they have a top of the barrel line. Keystone support after the sale is almost non existent if one is worried about such things. Anyone who pays even close to the number published by Keystone for that POS has rocks in their head.

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Posted: 08/04/22 04:55am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

PButler96 wrote:

Never owned one but did own another Keystone brand TT. Springdale is a basic stick and tin trailer, the brand is at the bottom of the Keystone barrel. That's if one believes they have a top of the barrel line. Keystone support after the sale is almost non existent if one is worried about such things. Anyone who pays even close to the number published by Keystone for that POS has rocks in their head.


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Posted: 08/04/22 06:40am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Might be an issue if traveling as you need to open the slide to access the bathroom or if you are doing a quick overnight at walmart and can't open the slide, you can't get to the bedroom.

Once set up on a site, looks fine.

There is very little difference in quality between brands. Personally I prefer the aluminum exterior. If you go around an RV park, it's rare to find a 5yr or older fiberglass sided unit without bubbles where it's delaminated.


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IMHO, fireplaces are just a waste of space !

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I want access to almost everything during brief stops without extending the slides. This doesn't seem to have that access.


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depends on what is important to you. For us access to seating, fridge, beds, bath and panty with the slide(s) in is very very very high priority for rest/lunch stops etc. It may not be for you, that is for you to decide.

It's not clear what is accessible with the slide in.

Next, usually trailers with similar designs have a exit door in the bedroom for emergency exit in case of fire etc. Looks like this is lacking that which means the bedroom emergency exit is out through a windows if there is anything (fire/smoke) blocking the access to the door.

There is a reason many trailers with similar designs are on the lot with slides OPEN, easy to overlook what it's like with slides closed.


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Howdy!

You might want to consider that Keystone is closing some of there plants before by one. Check the link below.

Keystone plants closing

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PButler96 wrote:

Never owned one but did own another Keystone brand TT. Springdale is a basic stick and tin trailer, the brand is at the bottom of the Keystone barrel. That's if one believes they have a top of the barrel line. Keystone support after the sale is almost non existent if one is worried about such things. Anyone who pays even close to the number published by Keystone for that POS has rocks in their head.


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