We went through the same ordeal twice. On our first camper, a 2010 Keystone, we ended up buying from Holmans in Ohio. With the $7K saved over the "lowest they could possibly go" local price, it made our camper a lot more attractive on the used market two years later. We sold it in two days on Craigslist and were still under the lowest advertised for the same unit .
We then attempted to buy local again and were even up front with the dealer on the price we were willing to pay (a couple of thou over the internet price) and things seemed to be going ok until a seasoned salesman stepped in and was just a pushy *****, buy today at our price or don't waste any more of our time. We walked and haven't been back. Our original salesman did try to call a couple of times, but we said as long the other guy was still there, we didn't want to go back.
So, off to RVW. Ordered exactly the options we wanted, financed through our local credit union and drove two days from Denver to RVW to make the purchase/pickup. Camped at Indian lakes state park just down the road from RVW overnight and did a very detailed checkout of everything on that camper above and beyond the items on our checklist we did in RVWs yard. RVW even brought out the air tools to help me install the Equal-i-zer brackets and electric jack I had taken off the old camper. We made a loop down south from there and spent the next two weeks in our new camper.
And we just got back from a local three nite/four day trip here along the front range in Colorado. The only issue I found was the kitchen faucet didn't want to flow very well on the cold side. I'll fix it myself and upgrade the hardware also. I probably jacked one of those cheap valves when I cleared the lines last year with the air. I keep the pressure lower than 40lbs, so I may have to lower that to about 35 now. Hey, we live and learn.
As far as how the rest of the trip went, temps in the day were in the high 60s, and it got down to the low 30s at night. And we did finish off one propane tank, but the other was full up. It's kinda cold at 6am switching primary tanks and it was down to 56 inside by then. Warmed up fine after that. We also run two small electric heaters to help the camper furnace not be so hungry at night.
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