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Old 07-13-2013, 02:34 PM   #1
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Hi everyone,

I'm currently pulling a Gulfstream Gulf Breeze 27BKS with my RAM 1500, but I'm looking for an upgrade at some point this year. It's been a great first RV, but now that I know what I didn't know about what I like and don't like in a camper, I'm looking at the Crossroads trailers as an option.

My wife, two kids, and a big dog have enjoyed our RV experience, and are looking forward to enjoying more of it with something that gives us a bit more room to move around without stumbling over one another. We're also looking for enough space to allow occasional camping guests as well.

I'm looking forward to learning from you all and your Crossroads rigs to see if they are what I'm looking for. My other choice is an Evergreen Ever-Lite. I like the finishes in the Crossroads trailers a little bit better though (Sunset Trail), so I'm seeking your guidance as to why I should choose this brand.

Thanks for the opportunity to introduce myself!

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Old 07-14-2013, 02:23 AM   #3
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Welcome Chris.

What engine do you have in your truck and what are you rated to tow? The Sunset Trail Reserve has some nice options available but you may need to look at the Sunset Trail Super Lite. It probably comes down to the capability of your tow vehicle.

I definitely agree that once you have been RVing you find out what you like and don't like and for us it comes down to floor plan, storage, etc. With a little more information a lot of people here can chime in with some helpful answers on the Sunset Trail.
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Old 07-16-2013, 05:38 AM   #5
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Welcome, Check out the Sunset trail line. I have not found another brand of trailer that gives you so many options that other manufactures consider upgrades. Sunset includes as standard equipment!

We are very happy with ours, With any trailer Do a good PDI. Quality thru out the RV industry is not where it should be. Shame considering all the money these things cost.
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