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Old 03-19-2011, 11:09 PM   #1
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XLR 35x12


Really looking at the XLR 35x12 toyhauler. We are pre approved and were going to purchase one locally but at the last miunute checked RVW and the price is about 3k less with far more options. A couple of questions, are the dual pane windows worth it? We are looking at full time and specked the trailer with dual insulation (roof and floor) dual AC units with heated tanks.

The local dealer has essential the trailer we want minus the insulation, heated tanks and dual pane windows.

This will be our 2nd FR product as we bought a Sandpiper TT bunkhouse trailer which we full timed in for 8 months while the house was built. Very happy with that unit.

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Old 03-30-2011, 10:15 PM   #2
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We just ordered a XLR 29MBV trailer and got the extreem package. It includes dual windows, double insulation in the ceiling, covered and heated tanks. I have read my comments saying the dual windows really cut down on noise.
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Old 03-30-2011, 11:06 PM   #3
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Duel pane windows are great if you do winter/ cold camping. I wish i had them. They cut down the amount of humidity on the windows as well. My brother in-law bought a hauler last year, saved $15,000 buying in the u.s over buying in Canada.

What ever one you buy, enjoy.
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2010 Polaris sportman 300(wife's)
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