2007 Starcraft 34RT Offroad Tent Trailer (San Jose, CA) (1 Viewer)

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We our selling our 2007 Starcraft 34RT off-road high-wall tent trailer.

On CL for $ 13,995 – MUD price $12,750 obo.

The trailer is very large for a folding tent trailer – it has the 'high wall' with the matching taller more RV-like appliances as well as wet bath with shower and 6-gal toilet, furnace w thermostat, AC on the roof, 3-burner stove and oven, microwave, built in power center and dual propane tanks. Fridg is tall and actually quite useable for a tent trailer - works on AC/DC and propane. It has a push out - the dinette slides out and seats 4 adults easily. Has king beds at both ends and a 1-quad front deck on the tongue.
We pull it quite easily with our S/C’d 80 and a weight distribution hitch.
We are the 2nd owner, choosing this unit over the Fleetwood E3 or the Jayco Baja of the era because we believed it to be the better trailer for our needs. Our camping needs now require a trailer that requires less setup and longer travel distances so switching to a travel trailer for a while.

Additional pictures can be seen on the CL ad, below.
http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/rvs/4529548460.html

For more pictures and to reach us, send a PM.

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Here are the Details:

Features:
2nd Owner – purchased from AZ in ‘09
Stored with ADDCO cover most of its life
King Beds – (2) – one at each end
Dinette converts in to a third bed – it will hold 2 kids easily or 1 adult
Lots of storage – several kitchen cabinets + storage under the dinette seats + storage step in the rear
High Wall appliances:
This means all the kitchen work surfaces are at a higher elevation, making it a lot easier to prepare the meals without hunching over AND there is no sink or stove to lift up and stack!
Refrigerator w/ freezer compartment – 3 way - Dometic – high wall permits taller sz – this is extremely nice to find in a tent trailer! Runs on propane, 12 VDC or AC
Dual Stainless Steel Sink w/ tall collapsible faucet
Power switch next to sinks to turn ON/OFF the water pump
Microwave (AC Only)
3-Burner Stove with Oven
Shower (wet bath)
Cassette Toilet – 6 gallon – with removable dump tank
Cargo deck
Slide Out – Dinette – manual – seats (4) adults very comfortably
16" aluminum wheels – upgraded style
Electric brakes
New tires in '13
GVWR 5000lb
GVW 3222lb
Furnace w/ electronic ignition and thermostat
6 gallon LP water heater
35 gallon fresh water tank
12 VDC on-demand quiet water pump
Double 20# LP Tanks w Regulator and manual switchover
30 Amp Power Center with Battery Charger
Super Lube Leaf Spring Axles with Shocks – high clearance and hvy duty
2 5/16” Ball Coupler
Awning - A & E Systems – 11’ – Deluxe w/ awning rail attached to side of trailer roof
Sleeping Capacity: 6
Fluorescent dual-tube light over the sink
(2) Dual Light Units in main area – one at each end near bunks
Fire Extinguisher at door
CO2 Alarm
Removable locking main door
Screen door with sliding panels to cover screen – swings up and attaches to ceiling
Ceiling Fan with Cover – 3 speed – quiet
Spare Tire on rear
Heavy Duty Steel Frame
7-Year Aqualon®-7 Tent from mfg
Limited Lifetime Lifter System from mfg
Limited Lifetime Roof from mfg

Options Included:
4in spring King Mattresses with electric heaters – this was an upgrade that makes a huge difference in comfort for the adults; these are real home-like mattresses
Memory Foam toppers – 1.5” – with covers – added to both King beds – a bit softer than the std mattresses
13.5 BTU Duo-Therm Air Conditioner
RVQ Carryout Gas Grill with storage bag– can be attached to rail on side of trailer body or used on a picnic table
(2) Bunk Fan Light – one for each end – includes a light and multi speed fan
(1) Dinette Slide Out Light – provides light over the dinette table
Outside Shower
Battery Gauge
Cable TV Ready – antenna connection on outside of trailer and inside
AM/FM Stereo CD with Outside Speakers – Jensen – removable face plate
Power Winch – the tent trailer roof raises and lowers via a switch on the A frame, relieving you from having to manually crank the roof up and down
Screen/Walls Kit for Awning – brand new – makes the 11’ Awning in to another room
Clothes Hanger Bar – recessed in to ceiling mount – swings down for use

Upgrades:
- upsized deep cycle battery – permits longer period of times between battery re-charge
- Cargo Box bolted to front Deck – diamond plate, locking – provides storage for all the extras while still leaving most of the deck free to carry cargo
- (2) 6” (approx.) Storage Tubes: one for the bed poles and roof locks; one for the gray water hoses – this helped set up and tear down go much much faster and cleaner
- Removable plumbing to combined the two gray water drains to one common drain with adaptors and fittings to permit either connection to the campground drains OR to the ‘blue’ portable gray water tanks
- half of interior lights have be changed to LED light units preserving the factory original light fixtures
- LED Tail Lights (Command Electronics
- (2) Additional Clothes Hanger Bar – recessed in to ceiling mount – swings down for use – we use these to attach collapsible cloth shelf units for our clothing, personal effects and kitchen supplies!
- Additional bed rollers: added (2) rollers to each end of the trailer box to make It easier to slide the king-sized beds in and out
- Trailer Cover (ADDCO)
- Spare Tire Cover – white
- Tire Covers – (2) - white
- foam insulation on hot water pipes (faster hot water and I quiets the pump noise)
- Steel cover over 4-burner stove – swings up to protect canvas during use (bacon grease splatter) and down to offer more counter space
- replaced Made in China factory-supplied 16” tires with American-made 16” tires with a higher load rating – warranty transferrable – American Tires
- entry mat
- Lots of spare parts

Maintenance & Repair:
- Axles & Brakes: replaced bearings and re-greased; brakes checked ok
- Tent (Goshen) Lift Mechanism & Winch: lubricated lift slides, spring tubes, winch, winch cable and guides every year
- Pull-out Bed Slides: lubricated slides with plastic-safe lubricant every year
- tightened all fasteners and fittings – things loosen up in first few years of use
- cleaned tenting every year
- replaced cassette toilet fluid pump
- rebuilt and replaced the factory defective screen door aluminum frame corner sections
- replaced wood framework and panels in dinette seating
- replaced dinette end cap with hard wood piece, stained and trimmed to match original
- more details & better photos to come
 
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No, not yet. Still on the market. First buyer was local and backed out when the tent trailer method did not quite suite the wife :(. The second is in-process... waiting a decision. Thks for asking.
 

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