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Old 04-14-2008, 07:40 AM   #11
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Many Keystone trailers were recently having delam problems as well. It's probably a widespread issue with many brands. My Keystone trailer didn't have any delam issues at all. But, you know what? I'm glad my park trailer is good old aluminum for the most part. (less worries)
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Old 04-14-2008, 12:00 PM   #12
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I have a 2008 Cherokee 39BS...and thus far I love it. Spent the first weekend in it this passed weekend. Hopefully no problems start to appear as time goes on!
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Hi SSport. I am looking at the layout for the Cherokee 39BS. Nice. One of the things I like about Park Trailers from Cherokees are the King beds. So many options with the king bed. We are looking at the 39L. We will decide this weekend. Did your dealer deliver and set-up your trailer for you?
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Hi SSport. I am looking at the layout for the Cherokee 39BS. Nice. One of the things I like about Park Trailers from Cherokees are the King beds. So many options with the king bed. We are looking at the 39L. We will decide this weekend. Did your dealer deliver and set-up your trailer for you?
Yep, I got the 39BS with the bunk/dinette combo up front, I love it.

The dealer offered to deliver and set up......for $300 I had a friend tow it for less than half that and we set it up ourselves. You'll save A LOT of money by doing it yourself, unless your dealer is fairly reasonable.
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