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|I am in the market for an RV. I have a 1997 Chevy 5.7L Conversion Van capable of pulling 6000Lb.|
I am looking at the Trail-Lite models from R-Vision as they are listed as Ultra-Lites. Is there anything I should know about them specifically negative? Bad recalls or Bad customer service problems?
I am looking at the A263S for $16.690 fully loaded with every option you can stick on it.
|Re: Trail Lite||leslie||1-21-04|
|I have heard many people are having leaking problems with the bantams we have the 21B. Please let me know if anyone has had problems with leaks,and has contacted the company and the outcome if any.|
|Re: Trail Lite||B Dzumela||6-4-03|
|We recently purchased the Bantam 19' - love the space - but found some wet areas in front storage under queen bed. Hope to find source of water. Read the customer service for Trail Lite not easy to contact. WE bought ours used, so hope the dealer will help us with the problem. Happy camping. If any one has any suggestions to correct these leaks, please let us all know.|
|Re: Trail Lite||Gena||6-30-03|
|We owned a Bantam for awhile. Moved up to the 8263S for more room. I have heard in rain you need to have a window open to avoid condensaton from forming on the inside. Or, do you have the large storage drawer that can be accessed from the outside on either side of the trailer? If you do you need to be sure the doors are latched down during rain. We have had leaks a couple of times when the doors are left unlatched. We love our Trail Lite and use it as often as possible.|
|Re: Trail Lite||terry thurman||6-23-03|
|Just purchased a 8304-s trail-lite and love it so far, pulling with a expedition 4.6 with no problems|