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2.4
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4.2
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3.6
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Matt serson

New, USA

Reviewed on February 18, 2024

RV reviewed 2022 Prime Time Avenger 27RKS view listing

1.0
Biggest garbage I ever owned. Bought this hunk of junk for almost 40k. Slide out leaks power inverter shot out after 3 months black water tank clogs up constantly. Propane regulator shit out after a couple months now the furnace won’t stay running. Shower leaks the plugs they uses to hold the shower wal... read more
Biggest garbage I ever owned. Bought this hunk of junk for almost 40k. Slide out leaks power inverter shot out after 3 months black water tank clogs up constantly. Propane regulator shit out after a couple months now the furnace won’t stay running. Shower leaks the plugs they uses to hold the shower walls to the actual walls only go into paneling. Half the paneling is only half assed stampeded to the walls and bows out everywhere. Do yourself a favor and don’t even bother looking at one of these
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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Kathie

Reviewed on November 22, 2023

RV reviewed 2023 Prime Time Tracer 291BR view listing

1.6
When we bought this camper in August, we did not open the awning because we were in the dealership. When we went camping, we found that the awning hangs on the slide out. The lights across the side of the camper are blocked by the awning laying on the slide out. Tracer gave us no customer support and said th... read more
When we bought this camper in August, we did not open the awning because we were in the dealership. When we went camping, we found that the awning hangs on the slide out. The lights across the side of the camper are blocked by the awning laying on the slide out. Tracer gave us no customer support and said that was a factory design. I call that a factory design flaw! Tracer/Forest River said it was made that way and we have no recourse. Now we are stuck with an awning that will probably wear out sooner than later, because of the weight of water on it will hang on the corners of the slide out. Also, it drives horrible! It sways terribly even with an anti sway hitch and water in the tank as a ballast! The finishes were not complete. When we took it back for warranty work, the slide out had already started breaking, the refrigerator had to be repaired and the shower was leaking and, oh, did I mention that the awning hangs on the slide out? This is our fourth camper. It is the absolute worst camper we have ever seen or owned! I do not recommend anyone buy this camper!!!
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1.0
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1.0
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4.0
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1.0
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Tom Hardesty

Reviewed on November 3, 2023

RV reviewed 2021 Prime Time Lacrosse Luxury Lite 3811 view listing

2.6
Every day I own this LaCrosse I dislike it more. If I knew then what I know now, never again. My Rockwood 26’ was better built, had more ‘luxury’ features and better overall build. Here we have a 37’, a front bedroom, but, wait, no room for a queen size bed, only the short queen; kitch... read more
Every day I own this LaCrosse I dislike it more. If I knew then what I know now, never again. My Rockwood 26’ was better built, had more ‘luxury’ features and better overall build. Here we have a 37’, a front bedroom, but, wait, no room for a queen size bed, only the short queen; kitchen lights over the sink where you have to walk all the way to the panel to turn off; the crappiest cheap fan in the bathroom; absolutely no outlets in the main living room slideout; an outdated soundbar; only one(!) a/c vent in the bedroom, making the noisiest secondary a/c unit you ever heard a necessity; useless tiny bathroom sink; cheap(extra cheap) faucets; my 2018 rv had frameless windows, nope not on this 2021; no rear ladder for rooftop access(unless you spend$$); cable and sewer connections placed so as to require extensions; a kitchen with a beautiful cooktop, but no oven(a microwave only is standard, even though every ad shows a convection oven; outlets placed to be in the most inconvenient spot possible.
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2.0
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2.0
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3.0
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4.0
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Abel Mora

Reviewed on October 24, 2023

RV reviewed 2020 Prime Time Tracer LE 26BHSLE view listing

2.8
The quality on the Tracer is not good at all. When I first brought it home I flushed the water out to insure I wouldn’t have any problems while camping. When I was draining the water I noticed that water was running out from under the shower pan. I opened up the access cut out on the bottom and discover... read more
The quality on the Tracer is not good at all. When I first brought it home I flushed the water out to insure I wouldn’t have any problems while camping. When I was draining the water I noticed that water was running out from under the shower pan. I opened up the access cut out on the bottom and discovered that the p-trap was not screwed in at all. So I tightened it up and was good to go. I had it for few months when I noticed that the awning was falling off. I took it into the dealership and they just screwed some lag bolts and called it good. Now the issue that I’m running into is that the plastics quickly crack with the sun and on one side has came off during a drive up to a camp site. The plastics that cover the screws have literally melted off and are no longer covering the screws as well. Some of the trim in the interior are now starting to fall off and the interior is just not withstanding well with time. The floor plan is very nice, although I would have switched the dinette with the couch for sleeping purposes, but it is very spacious and comfortable. I am very disappointed in the craftsmanship shop 100%. I will no longer purchase nor will I recommend a Forest River Tracer to anyone I know. It’s a shame that we pay our hard earned money to a company that just pushes out for quantity and not quality.
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1.0
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5.0
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4.0
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John Hinders

Reviewed on October 21, 2023

RV reviewed 2021 Prime Time Sanibel 3601 view listing

2.6
Terrible build quality, screws sticking up through the carpet in many places, trim warped, back flush did not work, took it back to dealer for service , the tech cut large sections of under pining to try and fix back flush issue, did not fix or repair the damaged under pining, I called factory, they were not ... read more
Terrible build quality, screws sticking up through the carpet in many places, trim warped, back flush did not work, took it back to dealer for service , the tech cut large sections of under pining to try and fix back flush issue, did not fix or repair the damaged under pining, I called factory, they were not much held, I did a finally found the back flush vale's was installed backwards. 3 of the water connections under the sink were leaking. Fun Town RV in Conroe Texas has terrible service techs. Will not buy another Forest River product. When I called the factory to try and get the back flush to work I told the about the screws sticking up through the carpet also and they didn't think it was an issue. Doing my own repairs because I can't trust Fun Town RV to do the work correctly.
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5.0
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5.0
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Keith

Reviewed on October 11, 2023

RV reviewed 2023 Prime Time Lacrosse 3375 view listing

2.6
I bought a 2023 lacrosse 3375 back in November I have had a couple of problems with and getting anyone to help me from the manufacturer is a joke they never answer there phones or call you back so if you are going to purchase a new camper run away from them and pick something else... read more
I bought a 2023 lacrosse 3375 back in November I have had a couple of problems with and getting anyone to help me from the manufacturer is a joke they never answer there phones or call you back so if you are going to purchase a new camper run away from them and pick something else
Livability
2.0
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2.0
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4.0
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4.0
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Twila Kelley

Reviewed on October 3, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Prime Time Sanibel 3701 view listing

2.6
Let me just that for the money I paid for this trailer, the craftsmanship is crap. If your looking for a trailer, by pass this one. DO NOT buy any trailer 2019, 2020, 2021 or 2022. They are considered COVID trailers. Shabily put together and just all around crap. I am a single person who lost her partner due ... read more
Let me just that for the money I paid for this trailer, the craftsmanship is crap. If your looking for a trailer, by pass this one. DO NOT buy any trailer 2019, 2020, 2021 or 2022. They are considered COVID trailers. Shabily put together and just all around crap. I am a single person who lost her partner due to cancer, and I took the money that was left to me after being kicked out of my little home to live full time in this trailer. So many things were wrong, broke, and let me tell you the electrical in the front was not hooked up right, I had to have an RV place completely redo it in order for the electrical outlets to work at all in the front of the trailer and on the outside. Also, get this, the shower, was NEVER connected to anything so for a year I used the shower, the water just dumped to the bottom of the trailer. Was not hooked to any pipes or nothing for draining. So if you have one these trailers make sure you have that checked. You will know if your trailer looks like you have a waterbed under trailer holding gallons of water like I do. I think all of us should get together and sue the manufacturer. Any takers?
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5.0
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Tina Goodrich

Reviewed on September 27, 2023

RV reviewed 2016 Prime Time Sanibel 3601 view listing

4.4
This 5th Wheel has been home for us. We were in-between homes and needed our own place. So, we purchased this lovely 40' 5th Wheel to call it a temporary home. It's been great to have our own place. We had the septic and water hooked up on our family's farm. It's been home for 6 months. We have redesigned it ... read more
This 5th Wheel has been home for us. We were in-between homes and needed our own place. So, we purchased this lovely 40' 5th Wheel to call it a temporary home. It's been great to have our own place. We had the septic and water hooked up on our family's farm. It's been home for 6 months. We have redesigned it to accommodate 2 adults. Got rid of the RV sofa bed and the uncomfortable RV chairs. Replaced with Lazy Boy Electric Recliners. Also, a New Deluxe King Mattress. Custom ordered from a Furniture Store. It's only been moved from the dealer to a campground and we purchased it and moved it 20 miles down the road. It has less than 100 miles road travel. Beautiful wood trim and a lovely awning. Tires are good to roll.
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Thomas Hardesty

Reviewed on September 5, 2023

RV reviewed 2021 Prime Time Lacrosse Luxury Lite 318BHS view listing

2.4
Loved the Lacrosse floorplans, so when we looked for a full-time living rv, we chose the bunk model, so we could turn the bunk room into an office/laundry/storage room. After spending some time in it, these are the glaring, poorly designed issues: 1.Seriously, a luxury rv that cannot fit a queen size bed? A s... read more
Loved the Lacrosse floorplans, so when we looked for a full-time living rv, we chose the bunk model, so we could turn the bunk room into an office/laundry/storage room. After spending some time in it, these are the glaring, poorly designed issues: 1.Seriously, a luxury rv that cannot fit a queen size bed? A short queen, yes, but I’m 6’3 and it’s just stupid design. 2. Seriously, go to the panel to turn off the over kitchen sink lights, then go back to the panel to turn off the lights? A switched light would make too much sense. 3. Seriously, you need to take the refer door off to remove the glass refer shelves. 4. No power anywhere on any of the 3 slideouts. 4. My 2018 had frameless windows, this has the sold old technology , trouble prone framed windows. 5. Very poorly designed, inefficient and noisy ducted roof a/c . Only one duct in the bedroom and one in the bunkroom. 6.no roof ladder. 7. All the water hose and tv cable connections are at the front of the rv, which means extensions for all those.
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2.0
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2.0
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4.0
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Ash

Reviewed on August 15, 2023

RV reviewed 2019 Prime Time Fury 2910 view listing

2.4
Spare yourself the trouble and don’t buy one of these. I’ve lived in it for about 7 months and it has been one thing after another. Now I understand this particular trailer may not really be meant for long term living, and most of them aren’t built with 5 star materials but I wonder if whoev... read more
Spare yourself the trouble and don’t buy one of these. I’ve lived in it for about 7 months and it has been one thing after another. Now I understand this particular trailer may not really be meant for long term living, and most of them aren’t built with 5 star materials but I wonder if whoever designed this really put any thought into it at all. Let’s start from the outside. Under the trailer near the rear wheels there is just a giant hole that leads into all the wires and water lines underneath the trailer, perfect for rodents to get into all of your cabinets where there is water lines and/or cords running through to the bottom of the trailer. Which in this model just so happens to be all of them. Horrible design flaw. We had rats, and then after the rats came mice. Most of the areas are impossible to access without tearing out panels so in order to clean the feces they left behind you’re going to have to tear everything apart. All of this could have been avoided if the trailer designer didn’t leave a huge hole in the bottom of the outside. Somehow the rodents even made their way into the storage area under the bed, on the complete other side of the trailer. Don’t ask me how, couldn’t tell ya. A few of the windows leak when it rains as well as the window in the front door, easy fixes but still annoying. Moving to the bathroom, my least favorite of the entire build. It is functional, but very very tiny. The doorway from the kitchen area into the bathroom is so narrow, I am a small woman and I have to tuck my arms or I’ll whack into the doorknob or door frame, and then when the door is open you can’t access the toilet or shower without closing it unless you’re maybe 3 years old. I feel like they should have added a pocket door there. Not the end of the world if you’re just going on a weekend trip but annoying if you plan to be in it long term. The shower, oh the shower. It is two pieces, the tub and then the piece that wraps around the walls. But whoever installed it or whatever did it so poorly that the crack between the two pieces is wider on one end of the shower and impossible to clean on the other. Water gets in there obviously and who knows how much moisture and mold is back there. I’m not down for an entire RV bathroom remodel right now so out of sight out of mind for me. But I know how mold works. The floor around the shower is not sealed where it meets the cardboard like walls. So obviously water gets there, soaks right up into the wall piece and is mold city. It is however sealed around the bathroom sink, so I’m not sure why they skipped doing the floor. Easy enough to do yourself I suppose. Ample cabinet space in the bathroom at least but the one under the sink has been tainted by the rodents. Only a few months into living in this trailer half of the outlets just stopped working. Only 3 in the entire unit work now. Still have yet to find out why that happened. The electric water heater has recently started to trip the breaker every time it’s used, I don’t really trust the wiring in this thing to use it at all anymore until an electrician looks at everything. So be ready to just replace that after only a few months of use. The gas heater seems to work, but again, it seems sketchy to me. Call me paranoid but I don’t want to risk it. Not trying to start a fire! All in all, I would not recommend this trailer if you want to use it long term.
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2.0
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