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Old 09-19-2008, 05:59 PM   #1
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Pros and Cons of the T-2075 trailer.

Could anyone give me any pros or cons in the T-2075. I am looking at one and would like to have any other owners input. I would like to hear the good and maybe the bad from owners who have used one and can give a first hand evaluation.

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Old 09-19-2008, 07:28 PM   #2
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Chris:

My brother purchased a 2075 fourteen years ago. He has had no problems with it. I purchased a 2051 (same size; different floorplan) fifteen years ago. I had to replace the refrigerator a few years ago, but that's no reflection on Sunline's quality. When we learned that Sunline was closing their plant, we purchased a new 2553 because it was our last chance to buy a new Sunline. It will probably be the last coach we will buy.
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Old 09-19-2008, 07:41 PM   #3
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We are former owners of a 2075. Can't say anything bad about that model. At the time we needed a small trailer and were looking at the 1950. When we saw the 2075 we knew that was the one. The full rear bath and walk around queen bed in a 22' trailer is what sold us. We ended up buying a new truck with plans of buying a bigger trailer in a few years. The one we really wanted was the 264SR. The big brother to the 2075. Same bathroom,same bedroom, only bigger in the middle. When Sunline went out of business we went right out and bought the 264SR while we could still get one. If we had to go back to a smaller trailer, the 2075 be be at the top of our list.
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My brother purchased a 2075 fourteen years ago.
Al,

I don't think he has a 2075. The 2075 was first introduced in I believe 2004.

Chris, just an FYI, the 2075 did have the option of a real dinette instead of the couch and fold-up table, so if you like that better, look around, though those are harder to come by.

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Old 09-20-2008, 10:02 AM   #5
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Jon:

You are correct. I was off a year. Mine was a 1993 leftover purchased in 1994. My brother must have a 1995 T-2070 which is a similar layout to the 2075.
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We traded our 1950 for a new 2007 2075 at the Hersey show in 2006. We love it. It is small enough to fit in our driveway, light enough it works with our 97 F-150 with the 4.6 V8, but gave us the feeling of more room than the 2002 1950. We have the jacknife couch with the fold up table. With the table tucked under the couch, the trailer feels spacious. As a bonus, you can use the table where ever you might need it.
We have had no problems-no surprise-it's a Sunline
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