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Old 03-11-2020, 02:50 AM   #1
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Aspen Trail LE travel trailer 1950BH

We just purchased a 2020 Aspen Trail LE travel trailer 1950BH and so far like it very much. It has the usual new stuff to be addressed but overall seems very good. Usually when I do research online about a specific RV I can find lots of videos and info from people that have the same trailer but nothing for this model . When I search this forum I find nothing about it and even on Youtube there are only 2 dealer videos. Does anyone else own one and if so what do you think of it? Why is there such a sparse footprint online of this particular trailer?
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Old 03-13-2020, 03:08 PM   #2
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We have used our 1900RB for the last 4 years and love it..
We have also seen a number of Aspen trail TT's in our travels.
I've had people refer to it as a starter TT but enjoy the simplicity.
It has been very reliable, with the only problem being that the Air conditioner quit working after 3 months and was replaced under warranty. A number of others on this site have comparable Aspen Trails and I'm sure you will hear from them. The only mods I made to ours was to take the two pole table supports out, Add a credenza along that wall with the table attached by a piano hinge so that it folds down, with a hinged swing out leg to support it when opened. After 4 years its still our greatest pleasure to hit the road during the summer with our friends.
I guess the lack of bells and whistles doesn't generate much to brag about.... But as a comfortable, reliable easy to tow shelter, it's hard to beat..

Best of luck with yours..
Happy and safe travels.
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Old 03-13-2020, 06:39 PM   #3
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WE have a 2016 1900RB also, bought it in 2015. For the two of us and small dog works great. We changed the mattress after the first year (got one on sale a furniture store, they took old on put in new one. ) Have not had any trouble I am handy and have put additional shelves in the cabinets and bathroom over the toilet. Installed a T in the gas line at the back by the water heater to nook our weber grill with quick disconnects. Change the tires to Goodyear Endurance a couple of years ago what a good improvement in towing and tracking. Wife made curtains to get rid of the blinds. If you any questions let me know. This is my 6th or rig. Like other love the simplicity of this trailer. We do not need all the bells and whistles as we are camping.
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Old 03-13-2020, 06:48 PM   #4
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Forgot to mention that we got rid of the bench dinette seats and replaced them with a couple of reclining office chairs..
Just like Chilly3 we put in a few shelves in the pantry, and a rack from Lowes for towels in the bathroom.
This forum is the place to ask questions.
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Amen on the Goodyear endurance tires.. We replaced the original tires last spring and they really improved the way our trailer handled.
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Old 03-15-2020, 01:42 PM   #6
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aspen trail 1950 bh

i also own a 1950bh, bought last fall, and have yet to be camping , but 1st camp of the season is scheduled for April.. i've installed a door window, and once the weather here in Ohio breaks, i will install a fantastic fan and 100 watt solar panel.
i've added some shelves and a hanging storage unit it the bathroom, and a couple of 12 volt power ports. I sure there will be other mods along the way.. currently considering best way to up the awning length to 16 ft (to cover outdoor kitchen)..
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We bought our 2020 Aspen Trail 2750 BHSWE 2 months ago and other than usual “gettin it like we want” with a few shelves, TVs, DVD, and electric fireplace we are very satisfied! I learned long ago to look over those who would call these “starters”. You get what you need to make your travels comfortable, if you pay 2 or 3 times what we paid, then good for you, but don’t call mine a starter! Power tongue jack, power stabilizers, power awing, outside kitchen with refrigerator, and led lights. Plus lots of storage.
Sorry about the photos that’s how they loaded and
the mess as we’re loading up for another trip!
We do lots of off grid camping and the solar plug in is really nice. We have made 3 5 to 6 day trips so far and love it. Here are a few photos of what we have done to make it ours!
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My wife and I started some 45 years ago in a chevy conversion van with a home made click clack double bed/couch and a sink that used a pressurized half beer keg as a water tank... and a coleman ice box... We eventually added a standalone portable potty, and that is what we used for some 15 years...
We decided to start camping again after retiring some 4 years ago and found the 1900rb to be a mansion compared to the old conversion van..


We spend about 6 weeks total over the season camping and couldn't be more pleased.. We have simple comforts and don't need bragging rights..


All the best to all
happy healthy and safe travels.
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Old 03-25-2020, 04:06 AM   #9
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We have a 2810bhs. We love it we’ve only had it 3 months spent lots of time in it in the driveway making sure everything worked, took it out the first time this weekend, had a blast! We were told it’s an entry level, well that works for us, got a great deal on it hardly used And cost half as much as a new one. Great floor plan and fits our family of 6 and 2 dogs great!
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