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Old 03-05-2019, 07:11 PM   #1
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Hello from western pa

Hello all,been lurking and reading for a little while.i had planned on getting a sunline at camping world but they sold it before i got there to check it after searching around for a different option i came across a sunline on craigslist. 1999 t2363, pictures showed it looking pretty clean and ad said gotta see it to appreciate it.1 hour drive north and im the wife and 2 sons with me and we check this sunline out.imacculate is an understatement.outside is clean only thing you could say is wrong is the decals are faded a little.i am ecstatic that i found such a well kept and structurally sound travel trailer. There are quite a few knowledgable people here from what ive been reading,and im sure ill pick everyones on to the tow section for wdh selection help

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Old 03-06-2019, 03:21 PM   #2
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Welcome Rob!

Congrats on your new camper! The T2363 is a popular floor plan. Small enough but yet big enough too.

Have fun camping this year and any help you need, this is the place to ask. Any and all questions welcomed!



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Old 03-06-2019, 04:34 PM   #3
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Jon,thanks and ya this should be a fun and interesting year.went from just me,the wife,my now 2 yeat old son and a beagle in our old pop up to now this t2363 that we absolutely love and added another son who will be 4 months old on his first trip.very happy about the not having to shuffle everything around just to find stuff and put everything back in an exact order.more time now for cooking ans relaxing and chasing my 2 yearold
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Old 03-06-2019, 08:29 PM   #4
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Welcome to SOC, Rob! We’ve had a 2363 for over 6 years now and we love it. It’s a great layout. Enjoy your Sunline and, when you get a chance, post a pix or two.

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