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Cabana by Keystone Brian Hannay 1-6-03  
Anyone with an opinion on the Cabana by Keystone hybrid trailer. Good or bad would be appreciated. Thanks
Re: Cabana by Keystone Gary Volkert 2-2-03  
8' wide 6.5' inside, built strong, on the Springdale Sprinter line and has good features
Re: Cabana by Keystone David Dunaway 2-23-03  
We bought our Cabana about a year and a half ago. Its layout and design suits my family just fine. We have not had any problems with it so far. We get a lot of people stopping by our campsite who own pop-ups and other pop-outs to check out our Cabana. It might be the Bird.
Re: Cabana by Keystone Art Bakke 5-29-03  
We purchased our 2001 Keystone Cabana 2300 in February. It is the perfect size for a family of four. We even had extra guests stay with us over the four-day Memorial Day holiday. We love the U-shaped dinette! We can get about 6-8 adults around to play games!
Re: Cabana by Keystone Greg Leute 11-20-08  
Hi, all. We're thinking about getting a Keystone Cabana 2300 and are wondering if our tow vehicle is up to the task. We currently have a GMC Jimmy with rear-wheel drive, auto transmission, and a 4.3L engine. We've gone ahead and added a tranny cooler and additional suspension leaves. Anything else we should be considering? All suggestions gratefully received. Thanks!
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