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Old 05-17-2024, 03:11 PM   #1
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For Sale - 2019 21C & 17 Toyota Tundra SR5 (opt), Springfield, IL

For Sale - 2019 21C Escape Travel Trailer & 2017 Toyota Tundra SR5 (optional)

With the realization that a continually increasing amount of our lives will be spent taking care of loved ones for the foreseeable future we have decided to sell our 21C Camper and Truck (optional). It would be a shame for them to sit unused. The camper was stored in heated storage all winters but one and was covered when stored outside regardless of season. The camper is in very good condition. The following is the original build sheet, a list of things that have changed since and a list of things that are included. The majority of the time the camper was used for dry camping in campgrounds. The remainder of the use was with hook ups and/or boondocking at trailheads. Approximately 12K miles on the trailer. The camper does not have an air conditioner but is air conditioner ready with preinstalled opening and wiring. The camper and truck are located near Springfield, IL. Both are titled in Wisconsin. Definitely able to provide orientation if buyers are new to Escape Campers. Price is $38K for Camper and $27K for truck.

Build Sheet

MODEL 2019, 21’ Escape Travel Trailer
MAPLE INTERIOR

Standard Options:

2 - Way Hot Water Tank (propane & 120V)
Toilet Shut Off Valve
Exterior Shower (drive side)
Dual 6V Batteries (225 amp hrs)
Inverter 1500W Includes Transfer Switch and all outlets
Surge Protector
Removable Power Cord
Wireless Back - Up Camera (Display Monitor wired with 12V Plug)
Extra Insulation & Frame-less Thermal Windows (Including Opening Rear Window)
Opening Window in Bathroom (Frameless Non Thermal)
High Lift Axle
Power Tongue Jack
Exterior Propane Quick Connect with 12’ Propane Hose and Adapter (Low pressure)
2 - 12V Heat Pads with Spray Foam Insulation
Additional Cabinet Door under Bed beside Bathroom Door
Storage Box (Front of Trailer)

Additional Options;

Exterior Coax Outlet rear driver side, for use of cell phone extender or other
TV/Cable Ready with 12V Outlet
2-170W Solar Panels with Charge Controller (now there is only the rear panel)
1-12V Interior Outlet By Interior 120V Outlet #1
2-Additional LED Captains Reading Lamps
Zamp Solar Port back near battery exhaust port
Graphic Color: Tangerine #315
E2 by FastWay Integrated Sway Control and Weight Distribution Hitch “Not Compatible with vehicles that have an Air Leveling Suspension System
Trailer Cover

Changes after purchase from Escape
All untreated wood surfaces and storage areas underneath the bed and bench seats were primed white with “Zinser” to prevent mold\mildew. Which has worked very well.
An IKEA Slat Bed is installed under the mattress further reducing condensation concerns. Also, this is a great location to store a long handled broom (etc).
Double magnetic latches have been added to storage doors that would pop open in transit and result in broken hinges. No doors have popped open since (for our intensity of transit) and we don’t tie them up.
The control head on the tongue jack has been rotated 90 degrees to allow the truck tailgate to be opened while still hitched to the trailer.
The front solar panel broke off the camper and was not replaced (additional commentary later).
A low flow shower head is installed.
The 2 burner stove was replaced on recall (it doesn’t have the leak concern).
A second “dump hose” storage tube installed underneath the rear.
Installed connection harness for battery maintainer routed out of battery vent.
Allows for easy hook up of the battery maintainer if storing inside, otherwise solar maintains batteries even through cover.

Additional included (optional but no price change either way)
Proven Hitch Lock
100 Watt Renogy Portable Solar Panel and polarity reversing plug
Extra antenna for rear camera.
Milenco Grand Aeros - Clamp on Truck Mirrors
Battery maintainer desulfonator for when storing camper inside.
Beach Lane Levelers.
4 rubber chocks.
Wood for tongue jack and stabilizer pads.
2 rhino 15 foot dump hoses and end fitting.
A spare wheel bearing.
Socket and short extension for changing hot water system electrode.
Water system air purge valve/fitting/connection including oil separator.
A cordless drill chuck to operate the levelers.
A worn camper cover (needs come sewing, might get another year or two out of it).
Telescoping ladder
Tandem tire changing ramp
Teakwood shower mat
Spare passenger rear window crank mechanism
Trailer tongue scale - Sherline

Front Solar Panel History/Information
The camper was purchased from Escape with two 170 watt solar panels and associated roof reinforcement, wiring and electronics, etc.
Shortly after 2 years of ownership, the 4 upright support mounting legs (supplied/installed by Escape) that supported the front solar panel failed in transit and the panel flew up over the camper and onto I70 in Colorado in front of Barb who was driving immediately behind the camper. The solar panel did not contact anything on the trailer (there was no damage to the trailer) and no one was hurt (phew).
Review of conflicting response\commentary from Escape, commentary and installation specification requirements from GoPower Solar and blog information it was clear that Escape had very serious issues with frequent (and more than one type) of front panel failures occurring with campers, likely due to design and installation deficiencies (possibly including not using GoPower materials and/or meeting their installation specifications). It seemed apparent Escape had been and was making several changes to their front solar panel installation methods on all models of campers. As our failure occurred shortly after the 2 year warranty was run out, Escape left us out in the cold even though they initially committed to replace the failed panel\mounting brackets.
Because there didn’t appear to be the ability to install a replacement panel within GoPower solar specifications and it didn’t appear that a reliable installation method would be certain for a few more years we opted to purchase a 100 watt Renogy portable panel with polarity reversing plug to use with the Zamp port we had Escape install on the original build.
Over the last three years we have used the portable 100 Watt panel in parallel with the remaining 170 watt rear panel two times. The first was to confirm that it was a good voltage match for the 170 watt panel and that it delivered expected amperage. The second was when we were parked in cloudy conditions with a tree partially covering the 170 watt roof panel. Outside of these two times, the single 170 watt roof panel has met our dry camping power needs (lighting, phone charging, daytime computer use and night time furnace).
Status - The wiring, mount locations and original supplied roof reinforcement for the front panel are still in place. Therefore, the camper is ready for an additional panel. The design and method of installation would be up to the new owner.

2017 Toyota Tundra - Price $27K

Model - Double Cab - 6.5 bed 4WD - SR5
Engine V8 - 5.7 Liter
Color Burnt Orange (Matches Camper)
Milage 86000
Tires - Yokahamas
Topper - ARE - All Frameless\ Vent Windows
Extra - Toyota Running Boards
Rack - Yakima Corebars
Bed Liner - Bed Rug
Other - Firestone Air Bags, towing package, integrated trailer brake system
Service History - 100% Toyota Dealership Serviced - All Synthetic Oil
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Old 05-17-2024, 03:15 PM   #2
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Old 05-20-2024, 11:30 AM   #3
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Hi Barb,
Price on just the Trailer?
Thanks, Rob
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Old 05-20-2024, 12:08 PM   #4
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We have the same model that we just showed to a couple in PA. How much are you asking?
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Old 05-20-2024, 09:27 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by robslonaker@yahoo.com View Post
Hi Barb,
Price on just the Trailer?
Thanks, Rob
States $38k in the OP...............
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Old 05-21-2024, 03:14 PM   #6
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The price for just the trailer is $38K US.
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Old 05-21-2024, 11:15 PM   #7
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Any rust on frame, axles. Date codes on tires,?
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Old 05-23-2024, 09:40 AM   #8
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Underside of Camper and Spray Foam Insulation

Underside of Camper and Spray Foam Insulation

We have 5 decades of experience pulling trailers in northern climates and know the negatives of pulling a trailer on a road that has been recently salted (de-iced) during winter months. Therefore, the camper has never been moved in the winter (or within a month of road salt de-icer application). Below are pictures from the bottom of the camper. Everything looks as it should for a 5 year camper. All the yellow/brown specs on the white shell and black frame are overspray from the Escape spray foam insulation that was installed on the original build.

We were unsure about the bottom spray foam insulation in the original build but in hindsight are very happy we chose to do it as it has provided the following benefits.

Underside Spray Foam Insulation Benefits -
The floor of the trailer remains warm and condensation free during cooler weather.
The inside of the camper remains cooler during hot weather.
The spray foam acts as a rock shield on the underside of the camper.
The spray foam provides an additional noise barrier and we feel it is the quietest camper we have seen. This is very helpful when the neighboring camper decides everyone in the camp ground should listen to their particular genre of music or talk radio on their HiFi sound system.
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Old 05-24-2024, 06:56 AM   #9
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Build Sheet From When We Purchased from Escape

Build Sheet From When We Purchased from Escape
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Tire date

When were the trailer tires manufactured? Make/model? Here’s a sample of the tire date code showing the week and year a tire was made. (First time adding a photo & hoping I did it correctly!)

Thank you so much for checking!
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Old 06-08-2024, 09:57 AM   #11
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Date Codes On Tires

Date Code on Tires is 3818, which appears to be last week of September-2018. We picked up the camper in June-2019. The tires are worn evenly and have been no concern.
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