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Old 11-08-2013, 07:35 PM   #11
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The larger fridge with separate freezer is really handy and the fridge HAS A LIGHT INSIDE when you open the door !!! YEAH!!!
Honestly...that was one of the biggest perks for me when I traded in the popup.

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Oh and if you get this and you get the "shades" for day and night… and if someone else doesn't tell you, do not try and unscrew the screws that are attached to the cords for the shades.
I did find that I had to move two of them on mine as the blinds were too hard to operate easily.

Other than that, really...I'm happy with this line of trailers.
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Old 11-08-2013, 07:37 PM   #12
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We have one like that so we might have to try a move too. Did you just move the screws?
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Old 11-08-2013, 08:29 PM   #13
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Yes...the wall's not very thick there, so be careful. It looks like it'll hold up fine and has so far but, if it strips out on me, I'll get some wall anchors and cut the length down. I just moved mine over about 1/4" and you wouldn't see it unless you were looking for it.
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Old 11-08-2013, 09:58 PM   #14
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Gobblertales,

Thanks for the detailed review of the 2306. We have known since we stepped into one that this was going to be the trailer for us. No other floor plan is as versatile as the 2306 IMHO.
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Old 11-09-2013, 10:49 AM   #15
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Hi Iamstik81 ! We sure agree with you! We are getting rid of our 2012 KZ190. It is almost the same footage long and it is about a foot skinnier than the 2306 but it is not that much smaller and yet we were so cramped ! Couldn't believe that they could be so close in size but that the 2306 gave us so much more ! The bunks (for us they will be used as storage), the Murphy Bed, sofa … just terrific! It is a compact, lightweight, versatile rv and the options that now come with the 2014 version are pretty darned good!
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We are getting a twenty sixteen model looks good for the two of us I like the bed as I don't have to crawl over my wife to get up we are towing it with a Jeep Cherokee 2016 Jeep can't wait to get it
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We are getting a twenty sixteen model looks good for the two of us I like the bed as I don't have to crawl over my wife to get up we are towing it with a Jeep Cherokee 2016 Jeep can't wait to get it
It's a kz190
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Just for your information---you're posting to a thread almost 3 years old!
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It's a kz190
Isn't that a Sportsmen by KZ, not even a Forest River?
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Isn't that a Sportsmen by KZ, not even a Forest River?
Looks like he had a FR A-frame camper that he must have gotten rid of.
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