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Old 01-12-2014, 08:39 AM   #1
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Reserve ST32BH verses Super Lite ST290QB

Looking on some advice about purchasing either at 32 BH or 290 QB. Other than an extra slide out and exterior door, I don't see much of a difference expect about $5,000.

I'm also considering a Keystone Outback 312BH.

Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 01-12-2014, 09:22 AM   #2
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Reserve ST32BH verses Super Lite ST290QB

We went through the same dilemma this summer, we were actually set on the Outback 312BH but we decided to look around at every option and we stumbled across the Zingers. Then we had a new problem we liked the 33BH & the 31SB. I will tell you one of the big determine factors was the extra bathroom door. If you camp with kids or at the beach like we do the accessibility of the bathroom without going through the trailer is huge. Not only does it keep your trailer cooler in the summer but it keeps it cleaner because you donít have people going through the trailer going to the bathroom. I will tell you one more thing (GET THE OUTDOOR KITCHEN). I love mine so much more than I thought I would we have used our new trailer about 6 times starting in early September and just love the outdoor kitchen. We always had to bring ice chest camping to put sodas and beer in and now we donít. Also when youíre cooking we put the condiments and side dishes in the outdoor fridge so it is easier to access when itís time to eat. For the extra money these two items made all the difference to us.
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Old 01-12-2014, 02:13 PM   #3
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I had the same issues when I bought my 290QB, wasn't sure if it was worth paying the extra money for the extra door. I'm more than happy with going with the 290QB.

Some camping friends of ours have a Passport with a 2nd door but they never even unfold the steps for that door and keep a table in front of it most of the time.

But on the other side of the issue I do wish we had the extra slide for a little extra room.
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Old 01-12-2014, 05:05 PM   #4
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Leaning towards ST32BH

Thanks for the responses. I think we are leaning towards the Reserve ST32BH. We are a family of four and expect the kids to start bringing friends along for the weekend soon. I think the extra door to the bathroom would be great, especially when at the beach.

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Old 01-12-2014, 05:21 PM   #5
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We have the 2013 32BH and LOVE IT. We use the second door a good amount with the kids. Plus its great that you don't have to walk through the camper to go to the bathroom. It was a huge must for us which is also a family of 4. The outside kitchen is great and besides some quality issues that crossroads has taken care of we love our unit. I hope this helps.
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