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New Post 2/3/2017 11:36 AM
  irisge
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looking for advice 
Hi
After 2 fun years with our StarCraft 2407 we wish to upgrade our RV.
I found it hard to find the perfect fit to our needs, so I would really appreciate your advice. We are looking for:
- Towing vehicle is a Acura Mdx 2002 – Towing capacity 4,500 LBS
- Beds required - 2 queen beds with curtains/door for privacy. We don’t want any bunk beds (small kids).
- Shower/toilet
- Dinette
- AC
- Willing to consider a Hybrid
- Cost – up to 18,000$


Any suggestions?

 
New Post 7/21/2018 7:36 AM
  JoelTurner
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Re: looking for advice 
Modified By JoelTurner  on 7/21/2018 7:45:24 AM)
Definitely, you should go with the upgrade your RV by replacing it with the new one. Last month, a close friend of mine has got his new folding and tent trailer RV shipped from Melbourne to Florida with the help of Florida Transporter. If you wish to get your new Rv transporter safely to the target location, you can prefer this site and can contact the team without any worry.
 
New Post 4/5/2019 2:00 PM
  jackweathers223
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Re: looking for advice 
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New Post 4/27/2019 7:40 AM
  Einar1
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Re: looking for advice 
Modified By Einar1  on 4/27/2019 7:41:45 AM)
My wife and I bought a Hybrid and we think it is great. See if you can find one with a slide-out. Boy does that give you some room to move around in. It will come in handy with two kids! We bought ours used in fact it is a Starcraft and it is 21' and we have two big dogs that we bring with us. It has every thing that we were looking for. We have it on a seasonal site but we do take it out of state to Maine twice a year and it tows pretty easy. To my wife and I know it is a big step up from tenting and pop-ups that we started out with. The set up is quick and easy about 10 minutes. And that is mostly just getting it level opening the slide-out and getting the beds on each end set up. And then it's time to take it easy and enjoy a cold one!
Good luck, I know what you are looking for is out there waiting for you! Have fun when you get one!
In fact it is our photo for our sign in here on camping road trip!
 
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