How much is a 2007 Flagstaff camper worth?
|Suggested List Price||Average Retail|
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What is the difference between Forest River Rockwood and Flagstaff?
Flagstaff and Rockwood are sister brands made by Forest River. The only difference between brands is the color scheme; Forest River uses different colors in the tent, body graphics, interior fabrics, and (sometimes) linoleum floor and countertops to differentiate the two lines*.
How much does a Forest River Flagstaff camper weigh?
|Floorplan:||21DS : Micro Lite Travel Trailers||25BRDS : Micro Lite Travel Trailers|
|Hitch Weight:||681 lb.||773 lb.|
|UVW:||4,977 lb.||5,499 lb.|
|CCC:||1,864 lb.||1,434 lb.|
|Exterior Length:||22′ 4″||25′ 11″|
Where is Forest River trailers made?
Forest River is one of the largest U.S. manufacturers of recreational vehicles. Based in Elkhart, Indiana, the company has been an industry leader since 1996. Its massive production facilities assemble a vast array of RVs. They include travel trailers, motorhomes, truck campers, and more.
Does Forest River make pop up campers?
Continually growing, Forest River operates multiple manufacturing facilities throughout the midwest and west coast producing motorized Class A, B and Cs, travel trailers, fifth wheels, pop-up tent campers and destination trailers.
Is Flagstaff a good camper brand?
Forest River Flaglass is a good RV. In fact, Flagstaff is one of the top-selling fibreglass trailers in the industry.
Who makes Flagstaff campers?
Forest River, the parent company of Flagstaff and Rockwood, also owns other well-known brands, including Coachmen and Palomino which offer completely different floorplans and designs.