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2009 forest river flagstaff super lite - $6500

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2009 forrest river

fuel: other
rv type: travel trailer
transmission: other

Will accept a trade for a good solid plow truck of same value, preferably solid front axle 4x4 truck, no independent front suspensions with a good working plow again same value as the trailer or throw cash at me to equal a good trade, preferably Ford ; ) or a equal value diesel tractor with a front loader.
Will listen to serious cash offers.
31 feet long 2009 forest river flagstaff classic super lite camper, one slide out . We bought this a year ago and lived in it this whole past year. We have moved the majority of our belongings out but still are in it. The AC works great, we have been plugged into our in-laws for the past year so we only used the shower and sinks. No!toilet use at all because we could go inside the house to relieve ourselves.
It has a extended stay package.
This includes heated tanks and a insulated floor with a belly skirt.
As mentioned, We did stay in it last winter, so in order to help heat the trailer and not freeze during the really cold months we put a Alaskan Salamander cabin wood stove in it. 1300$, Yes there has been a hole cut into the roof to exit the wood stoves chimney pipe! It’s a double wall pipe going through the roof with a chimney support put up into the ceiling. NO LEAKS, with all the rain and wind we have had no leaks!! It has the typical rubber boot to seal it from the elements and a rain cap.
Again it worked great last year, usually 75 to 80° in the trailer throughout the coldest parts of last winter. It has a cement board hearth with ceramic tile to keep the heat radiating as it should and not burn the camper to the ground. Then again common sense goes far.
No we never used it at camp grounds with the wood stove, Anyway the wood stove take 10” and smaller logs. We have property up north so we never dealt with taking the trailer to camp grounds. For transporting it, you would remove the little wood stove and the chimney pipe, put it into the back of the truck then set it back up when you park. There is a pictures that shows just the hearth without the wood stove. Maybe a hassle to some but worth it to us. We weren’t slaves to propane in the winter!
Hot water heater and furnace work perfectly fine . Refrigerator works great. It has new tires including spare and the wheel bearings just gone through and ready to roll.
Since we were living and sleeping in it for a years time my husband also added a two tank reservoir setup in the towel closet so the pump doesn’t run every time you turn the water on. Now you get about a good minute of water usage before the pump turns on. It’s nice when everyone is sleeping to use the water and not here that pump kick on “brushing your teeth or washing your hands” . There’s still is good space in the towel closet for towels !! It has the anti sway bar trailer hitch, helps some on those windy days. Does not come with the everlast batteries but we will have them installed to prove the camper works as it should. Also comes with a cover for the camper.
The pictures should explain the rest, thank you for looking, if the posting is still up, yup it’s available . We are asking , 6500$ OBRO. Thank you for your time . Call or text
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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