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Old 03-02-2017, 07:23 PM   #1
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Default Wanted T-160

Been a tent camper with my kids for years now there grown up , my health makes it hard to lift things let alone tear down and set up. Frst time buyer looking for a Funfinder T-160 live in Central PA . Saw one. It was to late to buy it. Please keep me in mind if you have one which isn't being used as much as you like or thinking on upgrading .
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Old 03-03-2017, 09:26 AM   #2
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Good luck! The 160 is a great size -- easy to tow and to store. I am sure you know this, but look at the X-160, too -- the more recent models are very well insulated, with thick sheets of styrofoam in the walls and ceiling.
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If you want a little more room, the 189FBR is a nice size a well. A little heaver with a permanent queen bed and a dinette for two.
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Good luck! The 160 is a great size -- easy to tow and to store. I am sure you know this, but look at the X-160, too -- the more recent models are very well insulated, with thick sheets of styrofoam in the walls and ceiling.
Thank you so much , I did look at the x-160 looks great , I hope to find one. Someone reached out to me about a possible sale of her x-160 , haven't heard back yet. I hope others who may want to upgrade or haven't been using their x-160 would like it to go to a great home and who is a dedicated camper.
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I don't know anything about this site but there is one on here in Florida.

Cruiser Rv Fun Finder - New & Used RVs for Sale on RVT.com - Page 1 of 4
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Old 03-12-2017, 10:04 AM   #6
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I'am selling a T-139.
Located in Sale Lake City, UT.
You can see the ad in the local classifieds here:
https://www.ksl.com/classifieds/listing/43455511

We can negotiate on the price.
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I got a T160 2006 thinking about selling but am in central Texas. PM me.
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