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    Roll-A-Home Camper

    Looking for a newer standard bed Roll-A-Home camper.
    Can contact me at ddh156@gmail.com

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camper

    Try Facebook marketplace and or Craigslist and your local classifieds, never know what you may find.
    2010 GL1800 Endeavor Reverse Trike, Leesure Lite Excel camper.

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camper

    There is one listed on here, don't know if it's still for sale.
    http://www.motocampers.com/forums/sh...-Home-For-Sell
    2019 Ultra Limited, 2017 RAH, 2006 Kompact Kamp
    ABATE, HOG, IBMC,
    VVA, VFW, American Legion, NRA

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camper

    Thank you for the suggestion. Did not find anything on Craigslist but did find 4 on Facebook. One of those that I found is a 2012 model. It looks to be in excellent shape but I have to wonder with the tent fabric being 7 years old how much more life does it have. Does anybody know how long the tent fabric is good for?

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camper

    I can't speak on the Rollahome, but my Leesure Lite is a 2002 model and the tent fabric is just fine, I spray it with Camp Dry every so often. YMMV

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camper

    The tent material on mine is in great shape. It is a 2 layer material. A white vinyl like coating on the inside keeps it soft and flexible for a very long time. I forget, but I think mine is a 2008.
    -- Jeff
    2014 H-D Limited
    2005 H-D Dyna Trike
    2008 Roll-A-Home Camper

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camper

    Our RAH is a 2010, I think we purchased it around 2013 and have used it camping approximately 6-20 days a year since we purchased. Hopefully I don’t jinx’s myself, but the tent fabrics on ours has held up well.
    I do clean ours inside and out after camping trips and apply the Star Bright waterproofing at the beginning of every season.

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camper

    The fabric on my 2012 is holding up well so far

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camper

    Thanks for all the help. Did find several for sale thru Facebook. One was a 2015 wide bed model with a lot of upgrades at what I thought was a very good asking price. Only downside was that it was 850 miles away. Anyway went and picked it up last weekend and am quite pleased with the purchase.

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camper

    Congratulations, you'll enjoy it. Hope to see you at one of the camp-outs. South Dakota is a ways off but you never know...

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