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Old 09-10-2016, 08:29 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Newbie went from Pop-Up to a 213RBSL

Hello All,

We picked up our 213RBSL ABOUT 6 weeks ago and have 2 trips under our belt. We had a 2012 Flagstaff 425D Pop-Up and enjoyed that for several years, but it was time for a upgrade.

During our search for a new camper our must haves were a King Size Bed, Outdoor Kitchen, and a 'decent size' shower. The 213 has fulfilled them and more. This is our first TT, so we are still learning and I imagine we will be for a while, but that's A-OK!

This forum is loaded with info to help us along the way, thanks in advance to you all!
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Old 09-10-2016, 08:32 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum.
And welcome to the Aerolite 213RBSL club!
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Old 09-10-2016, 10:08 PM   #3
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Welcome to the forum! We have another new member that just bought a Dutchmen Popup, so you have joined just in time to be able to help them out.

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Welcome, we are getting a small 213 army on here.
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Old 10-14-2016, 07:59 PM   #5
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Popup to Traver Trailer

We are new to this site/ Forum also and did the same thing. We went from a used 2007 Fleetwood Highlander Arcadia popup that was in great shape to a like new 2015 Dutchmen Coleman 249RBU TT. I'm not a newbee to TT's but in no way an authority on them either. I had a TT while stationed in Germany. The hot and humid Arkansas summers and winters can be grueling in a popup so I hope with the TT we will get out more and enjoy more all year round camping. Happy trails to all.
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We are new to this site/ Forum also and did the same thing. We went from a used 2007 Fleetwood Highlander Arcadia popup that was in great shape to a like new 2015 Dutchmen Coleman 249RBU TT. I'm not a newbee to TT's but in no way an authority on them either. I had a TT while stationed in Germany. The hot and humid Arkansas summers and winters can be grueling in a popup so I hope with the TT we will get out more and enjoy more all year round camping. Happy trails to all.
Welcome to the forum.
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We are new to this site/ Forum also and did the same thing. We went from a used 2007 Fleetwood Highlander Arcadia popup that was in great shape to a like new 2015 Dutchmen Coleman 249RBU TT. I'm not a newbee to TT's but in no way an authority on them either. I had a TT while stationed in Germany. The hot and humid Arkansas summers and winters can be grueling in a popup so I hope with the TT we will get out more and enjoy more all year round camping. Happy trails to all.
Welcome to the Forum! Enjoy it and your new TT!
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