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Old 07-25-2017, 12:56 PM   #1
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Attracted to this 2004 Keystone Outback

Looks good. There is one for sale locally just like this one.

Aluminum frame, fiberglass shell, lightweight considering overall size and space. Something a little different for sure.

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Those cupboards look like DIY from Lowe's basement.
Sister-in-law had similar. Brand new trailer and the doors were already falling off.
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Let's be honest, it's a composite fiberglass body with a Filon or similar FRP skin. The one in this video looks like it already has some delamination issues on the front panel. No comparison quality-wise to a molded fiberglass body but I'm sure it's relatively inexpensive. If you can get it cheap and get some use out of it before it falls apart, it might be worthwhile.
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A friend bought a 35 foot Keystone trailer new about a year ago in Florida. Within 6 months it developed problems with the slide out, fiberglass is delaminating, there is a problem with the floor and roof. After attempted repairs at two different CW's, one year warranty expired. Numerous phone calls and emails to the company finally got them to recall it. They just sent someone to pick it up in upstate NY and transport it back to the factory for repairs. The bad part of all this is that they are full timing in this trailer, so had to take all their possessions out and rent a place to live. The fun of owning a stickie built trailer.
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A friend bought a 35 foot Keystone trailer new about a year ago in Florida. Within 6 months it developed problems with the slide out, fiberglass is delaminating, there is a problem with the floor and roof.
Good info to hear about. Many thnxs.
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