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dmatt

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Posted: 08/22/19 12:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Lance and Outdoors RV have an almost identical model with the large rear window. The dealer we bought from carries both. Said Lance launched their 2375 in response to the Outdoor RV model. Both come with the rear recliners and are comparable quality wise. We went with the Lance due to it being lighter in weight (ORV is quite heavy with a GVWR of 9999lbs).


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MO Bird. Who makes a 21’ 5 Er anymore?

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ppine wrote:

Outdoors RV has a great one.


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Posted: 01/20/20 10:52am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Look to any model the has "RL" for rear living.


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Posted: 01/20/20 06:42pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I don't have an outside picture but this is the rear living of our 32' Montana Mountaineer. To the right is a slide which has a couch and dining table
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I see you are from Canada, I have friends in Canada with this model, so they are up there. If you find one on good shape and well loved, you found a gem.

Sunline T-2499, Non Slide, 7,000# GVWR, Dry weight, just under 4,800# GVW, length 25' 11"

A few pics,
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If you want more pics, see my Flicker page here. We sold our 2004 but I later bought a 2007 I'm restoring. Sunline T2499 on Flicker

The pics you see are maple interior. The 2007's had a cheery option if you are after the darker woods.

You can find this model from 2003 to 2007. I would not rule out the 2003's or a 2004's. 2007 models will be the last year they were in business. Sunline built a quality camper. And with any camper, the owner needs to take care of it so make sure you check for signs of water intrusion in any used camper.

Sunline made other rear living floor plans, however the camper is longer and heavier needing a 3/4 or 1 ton truck to tow. I left them out, but if interested I have more on them.

A note to understand, rear living campers can have high loaded tongue weight due to the floor plan. They load with more weight to the front. Those 2 nice swivel rocker chairs in the back looking out the big window do not offset all the cargo stored ahead of it. This is a trait generally regardless of brand. Make sure your truck and bed load is capable of handling the floor plan.

Good luck in your search.

John


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