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Old 07-19-2017, 07:53 PM   #21
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2011 keystone passport 3050bh here. Had her a few years and a few thousand miles. No complaints. Changed the horrible sofa, added recliners. Upgraded TVs and mattress. That's about it.

Very nice rig! Your pic makes me want to get mine out of storage and go camping.
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Old 07-19-2017, 08:19 PM   #22
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New here as well. We have a new to us 2009 Passport Ultra Lite 290BH. The layout is great for us with the DW hoping for a few mods in the storage area.
Lots of open space in cabinets with no shelves to put anything on except the entry bar cabinet attached to the back of the booth seat. A little uncertain as to how to figure out how to hang shelves (even light weight wire ones) without knowing where studding is.
Great looking rig. I've replaced/fixed some things on mine, but not too many mods as of yet. I'm assuming you have aluminum studs. The studs should be 16" apart on the interior walls. Easy to determine where they are by either pushing and/or tapping on the walls. Once you locate a stud(s), just use sheet metal screws to screw your shelves into place. They screw in very easily on those aluminum studs. Same deal if wood studs, just different fasteners. I like to use adhesive strips or Velcro whenever I can to avoid holes in my walls. Good luck and happy camping!
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Old 07-20-2017, 03:56 AM   #23
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There should be an annual Passport camping meet. Only Passport campers would be allowed. It could be called "Don't forget your Passport". Lol
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Old 07-20-2017, 06:12 AM   #24
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I'd love to see an annual gathering of Passport owners.


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Old 07-20-2017, 06:16 AM   #25
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I'd love to see an annual gathering of Passport owners.


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That would be fun. Someone needs to set that up. Lol
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Old 07-20-2017, 09:52 AM   #26
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Great looking rig. I've replaced/fixed some things on mine, but not too many mods as of yet. I'm assuming you have aluminum studs. The studs should be 16" apart on the interior walls. Easy to determine where they are by either pushing and/or tapping on the walls. Once you locate a stud(s), just use sheet metal screws to screw your shelves into place. They screw in very easily on those aluminum studs. Same deal if wood studs, just different fasteners. I like to use adhesive strips or Velcro whenever I can to avoid holes in my walls. Good luck and happy camping!


Thanks! Judy (DW) here and all excited to hear adhesive strips as a recommendation. I am an avid Pinterest follower and wanted to try to use removable Command adhesive strip hooks to hang wire shelves. Might move ahead and try it now.


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Old 07-20-2017, 07:05 PM   #27
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What kind of space did you have for the recliners? Hate the jack knife "love seat" but not sure we have enough room for recliners.


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I found someone selling a set of RV recliners on EBay. It is a tight fit for sure, but they do fit. I'll upload a pic when we get her out for Colorado in a week or so.
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Old 07-21-2017, 06:38 PM   #28
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2017 passport 2670bh. We love the setup for our family. Three young ones and me and the wife and so far it's been great. I had a slide seal come off on the second trip but a dozen more since and zero problems.We did upgrade the mattress to a 12" memory foam and it's well worth it. I would love a passport get together , that would be nice to meet some fellow owners. Almost forgot about the dog, she loves going. Dan
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Old 07-24-2017, 06:07 AM   #29
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I found someone selling a set of RV recliners on EBay. It is a tight fit for sure, but they do fit. I'll upload a pic when we get her out for Colorado in a week or so.


That would be great, ty. Really do think that recliners would be better for us and not sure we'd miss the loveseat since still have three bunks and the table for extra sleeping space.


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Old 07-24-2017, 09:54 AM   #30
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2017 passport 2670bh. We love the setup for our family. Three young ones and me and the wife and so far it's been great. I had a slide seal come off on the second trip but a dozen more since and zero problems.We did upgrade the mattress to a 12" memory foam and it's well worth it. I would love a passport get together , that would be nice to meet some fellow owners. Almost forgot about the dog, she loves going. Dan
Great looking rig! We've thought about the memory foam mattress. Maybe when ours gets a little more wear. If someone would take the reins and start an annual Passport meet, I would also like to be a part of that.
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Old 07-24-2017, 06:21 PM   #31
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Hello. I'm brand new to this forum and really love what I'm seeing and reading so far. Just curious to see how many fellow Passport owners are on here. I have a 2014 Ultra Lite 252BH. Any of those on here?
Welcome. I'm new also. 2018 Passport 2670BH. We haven't used it yet. Towing with 2015 Yukon XL SLT 4WD 3.03 Axle 5.3L Engine. Looking forward to the experience.
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Old 07-24-2017, 07:43 PM   #32
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Welcome. I'm new also. 2018 Passport 2670BH. We haven't used it yet. Towing with 2015 Yukon XL SLT 4WD 3.03 Axle 5.3L Engine. Looking forward to the experience.
Awesome! Welcome and hope you enjoy your new rig! I've been very happy with my Passport. Keystone makes a good product I do think. I need to look yours up. See you around the forum.
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Welcome. I'm new also. 2018 Passport 2670BH. We haven't used it yet. Towing with 2015 Yukon XL SLT 4WD 3.03 Axle 5.3L Engine. Looking forward to the experience.


Welcome to the forum from Southern MD. Enjoy your new Passport.


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2017 passport 2670bh. We love the setup for our family. Three young ones and me and the wife and so far it's been great. I had a slide seal come off on the second trip but a dozen more since and zero problems.We did upgrade the mattress to a 12" memory foam and it's well worth it. I would love a passport get together , that would be nice to meet some fellow owners. Almost forgot about the dog, she loves going. Dan
Hey Rubicon. Curious on your memory foam mattress. We bought the same trailer but 1 year used. Has the stock mattress...well bedding. If I may ask...where did you purchase and about how much. Thanks!!! Btw love ours too!!

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Hi jamcbride , my wife found it on eBay. They will make any size you want. I think she paid under five hundred with free shipping. We're actually thinking about getting another one for home. I'll check with her when she gets home from work and see if she has the sellers name and pm it to you. Dan
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Hi jamcbride , my wife found it on eBay. They will make any size you want. I think she paid under five hundred with free shipping. We're actually thinking about getting another one for home. I'll check with her when she gets home from work and see if she has the sellers name and pm it to you. Dan
Great....Thanks Dan.

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We have a 2016 2670bh grand touring, have had it since November of 2015. The only major problem we have had with it is the roof leaked above the bedroom in the front and caused damage to the ceiling and walls in the bedroom. Was repaired under warranty and looked good as new when we got it back and no problems since. We had had it for about 9 month when it started leaking, repairing dealer said it was caused from some loose screws on the roof that pushed up through the sealant. We love it and wish we could use it every weekend.
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We have a 2016 2670bh grand touring, have had it since November of 2015. The only major problem we have had with it is the roof leaked above the bedroom in the front and caused damage to the ceiling and walls in the bedroom. Was repaired under warranty and looked good as new when we got it back and no problems since. We had had it for about 9 month when it started leaking, repairing dealer said it was caused from some loose screws on the roof that pushed up through the sealant. We love it and wish we could use it every weekend.

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Hey Rubicon. Curious on your memory foam mattress. We bought the same trailer but 1 year used. Has the stock mattress...well bedding. If I may ask...where did you purchase and about how much. Thanks!!! Btw love ours too!!

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