Hi Folk, just a comment in general about Prowler/Heartland trailer. I've found them to be good SOLID rigs. I own 2, a seventeen point nine trailer and a 23.9  trailer. Both are well built and solid and ho-hum, very heavy.

Out of curiosity one day when I had to get parts, I asked the salesman at my local RV lot to show me one of the new Heartland trailer and I was very pleased with it. They've maintained the solid built reputation of the earlier models, my 17.9 and 23.9 are both very solid, built in the 70's. 

Anyone find this with their older rigs as opposed to the newer models?

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