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Author Topic: Please advise. Going to look at a used 2011 Keystone Springdale Series M-266 RL-  (Read 195 times)


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Please advise. Going to look at a used 2011 Keystone Springdale Series M-266 RL-SSR later today. Can I get some review help about this unit? :)


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There is nothing any of us can say. A used RV should be judged by floor plan, condition and price. The name of the manufacturer or model is redundant. How the unit was treated is way more important. An RV is a house being driven down the road at 65 mph and being shaken to death. Even the best built RVs suffer because of this. That RV has has 7 years of being shaken, not stirred. Hire an RV inspector before buying and the NADA value is about $10k.

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Springdale is at the low end of the Keystone line. Pay close attention to fit and finish, condition of cabinets and shelves, etc.
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