Keystone Fuzion Touring Edtion III
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2020-07-22 2011 Keystone Fuzion Touring Edtion III 360 View Listings

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There have been a lot of reviews that knock down the quality of their RVs. I believe that you need to go into ownership with your eyes wide open. These are not stationary vehicles. The roads put a huge amount of strain on the trailers. Screws will back themselves out, things come loose. Things wear out, tires get shredded, etc. That's the nature of a trailer. With that being said, We lived in our RV for over a year while traveling. This was our home. A family of four, teenager and preteen. We wanted be comfortable and be able to play. This camper afforded us that luxury. Lots of time being able to boondock due to the large freshwater and gray and black tanks on this unit. We could be out for weeks without needing to dump. Only making runs for water and food. This is a large vehicle and needs a truck that can safely tow it since it is a triple axle beast. I would recommend this particular trailer. There are obvious things that needed to be upgraded. The suspension from the factory is less than desirable. Upgrade the tires to a 14 ply rating. A TPMS to monitor them is an absolute must. Most of all enjoy the great outdoors!
- Matt Weeks, Minnesota

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