MaxLite Travel Trailers..Need Info

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Sorcisto

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I have an oportunity to purchase a new (2006) MaxLite TT 32 Ft with 2 SOs.? It's very nice looking and has all the latest amenities.? The workmanship appears "good".? Never having seen one of these before makes me wonder what their history has been(durability etc.)

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Gary RV_Wizard

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Sorry but that's a brand that I haven't heard anything about. The parent company, R-Vision, is a relative new comer on the RV scene,  opening for business in 1997, so there is not a lot of track record to go on.

You should be aware that light weight tralers make sacrifices in materials and furnishings to achieve that light weight.  That doesn't mean they are bad, but does usually mean they are suitable for only occasional use, e.g. weekends and vacation. They aren't intended for part time or full time living.
 

roberts87111

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We have been an r-vision dealer for about four years now (trail lite, trail bay and trail cruiser) we just picked up max lite, i really think they are neat. i think r-vision does a good job with the light weight trailer market. I have no complaints:)
 
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