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Old 08-26-2009, 09:27 AM   #1
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I was contacted by a salesman who has Heartland Edge and Sundance travel trailers.
The pictures look pretty good, but I don't know anything about the reputation of these animals.
Is anyone familiar with them, or do you have any reviews from owners/users?
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Phil Ruffin
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Old 08-26-2009, 04:21 PM   #2
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I had never heard of either, so Googled and it came up as a slab-sided sticky not molded: Heartland Edge and Sundance. Phil a member or two may know something about these, but generally this membership has a focus... and the forums... on molded lightweight travel towables. You may find the answers you seek, by going to a forum that has members with these trailers: Open Road Forums at RV.net
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Old 08-26-2009, 08:18 PM   #3
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Donna (and all of you other wonderful egg owners) - Please don't be too hard on those of us who are stuck with stickies. I realize that I own a lesser species but a tiny travel trailer is still a tiny travel trailer - and honestly, you guys are the best source of information out there for those of us with any space-limited trailer. You have motivated me to decorate, paint and install a laminate floor! Is it as 'cool' as your classic eggs? Nope, probably not - but it sure did improve things.

And just to let you know - ours is a 1992 Homesteader Sporty. Short, sweet - but still a sticky.
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Oh we don't whack people for having something other than molded, but Phil did ask about the reputation of the trailer... so it only seemed fair to send him to a forum that might be able to help him.

We're a pretty cool bunch here... especially in General Chat. Like that subforum says:
"Similar to "Cheers" format, don't take anything too seriously. Come hang out, meet your friends"

Hang in there Nancy. One of these days we'll convert you too
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