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Old 06-30-2012, 02:12 PM   #1
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There may be persons looking into purchasing the 210UDS. Thought I would post a couple of pics with the slide in and out. I would consider this one of the few drawbacks. You don't have to put the slide out too far to enter the bathroom. Otherwise, the layout is great. A little trailer, until the slide goes out!

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Old 06-30-2012, 04:20 PM   #2
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Hmm...That's a bit of an odd layout. Can you use the slide without having electrical hookup or a generator?
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Yes, it runs off the battery too.
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Old 07-01-2012, 11:58 AM   #4
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That trailer was on my very short list right at the end before I purchased my 189FDS.
I came very close to buying one, in fact if the dealer would have accepted my low-ball offer I would have ended up with it. When the slide is open, it really has a very roomy feel to it. Enjoy it !
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Thank you! We haven't been out yet in it, but we're bitin' at the bit to get out. For a little trailer it IS big.
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:54 PM   #6
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We are going to be taking a trip on Wednesday to go look at a 2011 210UDS and was wondering how your liking your trailer depsite the fact that while the slide is in it prevents access to the bathroom and fridge. Is there anything that we should be watching our for while we are giving it the once over? Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 11-27-2012, 07:26 AM   #7
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Hi MB Flatlander, We took our 210UDS trailer cross country over the summer and really liked it. No regrets. Had some very small minor warranty repairs when we got back. Drawer slides etc. Amazed at the room when the slide is out for such a small trailer. When you see it you will either love it or you won't. As far as a used RV? Search "buying used rv" on the internet for things to look for when buying a used trailer. That's very important. Take your time and don't let anyone rush you. If you are not comfortable with doing it yourself, you may want to consider hiring a reputable independent RV Inspection Service to complete the inspection for you. Best of luck, Mike and Shannon
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I'll let you know how we make out in a few days. I appreciate the info you've provided. I wouldn't have even thought about the slide on the inside until after the fact. No bigey though just slide it out a bit if you need in the bathroom or fridge.
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Well we didn't have the best of luck and returned home empty handed. The trailer was used very little and appeared to be in excellent condition with the exception of mouse turds in every nook and cranny. If it was at home not 500 miles away we could take a more indepth look through it at our leisure but we have had experiences with mice getting into places they shouldn't and wrecking things so we weren't about to take that chance. Oh well our search will continue and I appreciate your feedback.
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