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Old 03-25-2008, 09:19 PM   #11
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Thanks for the info, I may have to check with my dealer. I can not find a cut-a-way of any type of camper that shows the construction from the ground up. I will try to find my brochure, but from what I remember, there was nothing in there about construction. Thanks for the web page, it will help me with other questions. Have a good evening from the North/East.

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Old 03-25-2008, 10:55 PM   #12
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Thanks for all the great info - I looked around at a few other types of TT's - the Putback by Keystone and Sundance by Heartland ( any info on Sundance would be appreciated - I had never heard of it before but the brochure and 5W I saw today were pretty impressive - awaiting a TT to come in late this week into inventory to see it.)
Anyway, I keep coming back to FR's Flagstaff -- I am in love with the 831 RLSS!!

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I had a Keystone OUTBACK that had a couple spongy spots on the floor. To be fair, it was a pretty light trailer...and they build them 'light'.

It was never a problem, but you could feel the give. But as with most RV trailers....don't expect any of them to feel like your floors and walls at home. You wouldn't be able to move them.

The SALEM trailers come with 5/8", 5 ply tongue and groove plywood decking, and 3/8" plywood roofs.

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