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Old 08-23-2016, 10:06 AM   #1
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Talking Lovin' the Crusader 315RST

Since bringing the 315RST home a week and half ago, we have slowly been loading her up and doing those little things to make her our own. We also driveway camped a couple of nights.
I've searched FRF to see what problems others have experienced with their 315RST's and so far everything on ours is great. I haven't had to fix anything. I've tested all systems several times and everything is working as it should. It really is a well made trailer.
We are looking forward to our first trip out next week. We are going to a local state park and we'll be joined by my two sisters and their families. I'll be out there a full week.
I took a few pics yesterday. Y'all don't mind if I share, do you?

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Old 08-23-2016, 01:41 PM   #5
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We love our Crusader 315 RST. Great amount of storage both inside and outside of the trailer.
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Old 08-23-2016, 02:15 PM   #6
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We have the same color interior as yours. I couldn't believe the amount of storage and having a real closet is wonderful.

I really need to organize the basement using buckets, though. I know where everything is, but yours looks so much neater.

I changed out our latches, since all of the latches everyone else has the Southco R001 Keys. Also, I bought a combination lock for the from CH751 lock (front storage area just behind the king pin). I bought it with the rubber cover to keep the dirt/grime out of the lock tumblers. If you are looking to do something like that, the cam length is 1-3/8".
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Old 08-23-2016, 03:38 PM   #7
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WOW!! Looks so "homey" already. Nice touches !!
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We have the same color interior as yours. I couldn't believe the amount of storage and having a real closet is wonderful.

I really need to organize the basement using buckets, though. I know where everything is, but yours looks so much neater.

I changed out our latches, since all of the latches everyone else has the Southco R001 Keys. Also, I bought a combination lock for the from CH751 lock (front storage area just behind the king pin). I bought it with the rubber cover to keep the dirt/grime out of the lock tumblers. If you are looking to do something like that, the cam length is 1-3/8".


Thanks for the info on latches and locks. Something to consider.
I probably should label the containers, but I know what is in each one. One is for electrical items, one for fresh water items and one for sewer hook up items.
I'll be adding another for the charcoal and portable grill. Those can be kind of messy.

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WOW!! Looks so "homey" already. Nice touches !!


We've only added a few things. The wife will touch it up a little more. She's already mentioned a couple of other ideas for me to do.

I haven't added much either.....screen door bar handle, a few wall hooks and a couple of door bumpers. I don't see much need for anything else.
I'll be adding a piece of carpet for the floor of the front storage and thought about doing the same for the cargo bay. Anyone else do this?
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Everything looks great except the door mat!! Just kidding! Did it come with a washer/dryer hookup? It seems to have the floor plan for a 5er that we will be looking for in the future. How long is your rig?
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Everything looks great except the door mat!! Just kidding! Did it come with a washer/dryer hookup? It seems to have the floor plan for a 5er that we will be looking for in the future. How long is your rig?
Yes it does have the washer/dryer hook ups and it's 33'11" long.
Here's a link to PT's page with all the specs......

Crusader Fifth Wheels by Prime Time Manufacturing
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