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Old 09-23-2013, 08:48 PM   #1
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I have decided to look for a Solaris 2753 to buy or to work trade with my '02 2363...will consider 2000 to 2002 only. Newer models have a stationary front window..I like the jalousie windows! Janalee.
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Old 09-23-2013, 10:24 PM   #2
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2001 Sunline T2753 Travel Trailer

We looked at the outside of this one along Rte. 15 just south of Lewisburg. They had the blinds open so we could see inside too. Carpet looked a bit worn at spots but seemed to be in decent shape, altho' probably not as nice as your 2363. Let us know if you want us to take a closer look at it.
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Old 09-24-2013, 08:04 AM   #3
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Thanks Lisa..but that one was sold last week! Would have been funny though if YOU lead ME to a new one...Lol! Thank you again...and keep watching! Janalee
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Kinda' figured that you'd already checked out Craigslist in this area. We would've liked to "return the favor" since you lead us to our 2363 (which we love). We'll keep an eye out around these parts and, if you find any in this area that you'd like us to do a preliminary check on, let us know.
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Old 05-27-2014, 01:45 PM   #5
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I know you are looking for an older 2753 but don't those windows leak going down the highway?
I've got my 2005, 2753 for sale and the price is reduced to NADA low retail $7200. It's in great shape with plenty of other windows and a ceiling fan.
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Thanks Simon,but I am not now in the market for another tt...as for the windows leaking, in all the units I have had (and all had jalousie windows) , and many 1000's of miles of highway driving, I never had a window leak...but I was able to enjoy lots of fresh air and breezes even on a stormy day! My vote is still for jalousie windows!
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Thanks Simon,but I am not now in the market for another tt...as for the windows leaking, in all the units I have had (and all had jalousie windows) , and many 1000's of miles of highway driving, I never had a window leak...but I was able to enjoy lots of fresh air and breezes even on a stormy day! My vote is still for jalousie windows!
Hear! Hear! I'm with you 100%. Well said!
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