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todayusay
Posted 2017-01-17 8:31 PM (#169138)
Subject: New Sooner trailers?


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any thoughts on the new Sooners? (premier line) haven't seen any in person and it seems that their dealer network is pretty slim....are they still owned by the company that owns Exiss...I've seen different info online that says both ways. would prefer a Cimarron but found one that is close to $20k less than a comparable Cimarron so wondering if it is worth the 8hr drive to go look at it...
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arielremos
Posted 2017-01-18 9:48 PM (#169143 - in reply to #169138)
Subject: RE: New Sooner trailers?


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A good friend bought one last year (10 ft shortwall) & it is a very impressive, well-made trailer!
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bbbb3288
Posted 2017-01-18 10:37 PM (#169144 - in reply to #169138)
Subject: RE: New Sooner trailers?


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I like my 2014 that i bought brand new.  Love the living quarters and the drop windows on the butt side.  other than cheap tires they put on new haven't had any major issues that they haven't covered under warranty.  I have since replaced all the tires. 
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Rockyroad
Posted 2017-01-21 10:37 PM (#169154 - in reply to #169138)
Subject: RE: New Sooner trailers?


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I bought a very little used (they used it 3 times, to camp at a local full facility campground) 2013 Sooner Premier from original owner last spring and LOVE it! It has an 11' LQ w/the slide, 8' wide, 3H. The rear tack is huge compared to what I am used to, really like the way it is set up. It also has a ramp - never thought I'd want a ramp but really like this one.
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