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Old 03-26-2009, 03:45 AM   #11
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The 30BH does have tint.



Stupid question but doesn't the heat keep it warm enough? We are in CT and start camping next week and the heat actually makes it hot in the camper.
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Old 03-26-2009, 03:49 AM   #12
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Stupid question but doesn't the heat keep it warm enough? We are in CT and start camping next week and the heat actually makes it hot in the camper.
Makes it EASIER to heat--EASIER to cool. Win, Win both ways.
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Stupid question but doesn't the heat keep it warm enough? We are in CT and start camping next week and the heat actually makes it hot in the camper.


Thats what it is supposed to do.
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The 30BH does have tint.

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Stupid question but doesn't the heat keep it warm enough?* We are in CT and start camping next week and the heat actually makes it hot in the camper.
Makes it EASIER to heat--EASIER to cool. Win, Win both ways.

We're in Michigan and our camping season is like yours. *I have the insulation upgrade + the window upgrade on my ST. *Not only is it more energy efficient to have it insulated, you will find it quieter as well. *You will still hear noise from the campground but it will not be as noticeable. *This is a real plus when your neighbors are having a few beers around the campfire, and the discussions get louder as the night gets later ... and you're trying to sleep.
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Old 03-26-2009, 08:53 PM   #15
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IMHO: I would get every option you can, trust Me a little pricey (maybe), but well worth it in the end. ie: larger fridge, larger hot water tank, insulation package, bigger A/C, fantastic fans,......


I definitely agree. The only thing we weren't able to get was double paned glass. It wasn't available at the time.
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Old 03-27-2009, 07:12 AM   #16
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I don't see any option for double pain windows for the Sunset Trail ST30BH model. It does have an option for safety glass (where required) I guess certain states require it. While we on the subject of windows. I can't remember if the sunset trails have the dark tinted glass, I like this so that you cannot see in from the outside during the daylight hours for privacy. Does any one know, do they come with the dark tinted glass?
We have a ST 27 RB with dark tinted glass. It does make it very dark in the trailer. I actually removed the night shades (which were a dark beige) and replaced them with some white mini blinds to brighten it up. If they had white or light cream night shades I would have just left them alone. BUT to answer your question, I don't know if they come with tinted windows, that is what was on ours when we bought it.
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Old 03-27-2009, 02:05 PM   #17
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Definately do both windows and insulation. I am camping right now in Missouri with the wind blowing and temps in the middle 30's. My pelonis heater is keeping the camper a nice toasty 70-degrees. I use the furnace to help bring the heat up to temp, then let the electric heater take over from there. I will run the furnace every now and then just to put some heat to the tanks underneath. Sure does help save on the propane.

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