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Trail Lite 19 RDB Steve 4-15-03  
My wife and I are considering a Trail Lite Trail Cruiser 19RDB. Does anyone here know about the company or the specific trailer. I will just be the 2 of us for the most part. Kids gone. Yea!
Thank You, Steve
Re: Trail Lite 19 RDB Delton 5-8-03  
The company is located in Warsaw, IN.

http://www.moixrv.com/trailcruiserlink.html

http://www.trail-lite.com/default.asp

http://www.trail-lite.com/tlfloorplansfr.asp

http://www.trail-lite.com/tbfloorplansfr.asp

We have a 21' Trail-lite model 7212 and love it! Our tow vehicle is a 2001 Durango with a 4.7 V8. It is more than up to the task. Two kids still around, so the bunk is a necessity. We took a 3,200 mile trip to Key West and back during Christmas and plan to head out to Prince Edward Island this summer (4,500 miles). The trailer is easy to tow, set up and get back on the road quickly. Our previous setup was a 25' Prowler 5th wheel with a 3/4 ton Ford F 250. You can't beat a 5th wheel for towing, but this is the next best thing.
Re: Trail Lite 19 RDB Steve 7-2-03  
Just purchased a C21B Trail Cruiser.

Quality seems to be a little poor as compared to a car of the same price range.

Trailer is well constructed as far as the components used.

Dealer having trouble getting parts from Mfg as they will only ship in a unit going to that dealer.

Be very careful with dealer selection.

Pls E-mail if you need further info.
Re: Trail Lite 19 RDB Skip Blakeman 7-23-03  
I've owned a 2000 Trail-Lite RDB for 3 years now. My wife and I love the layout and find the trailer very easy to tow, however we have had a few problems. We have a leak under the rear window that neither I nor the dealer can locate. It isn't large, but it is irritating. I am also on my third set of wheel bearings on one axle, despite having them repacked every 5000 miles. The dealer says that it hard to work with the company as far as getting repair parts.
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