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Old 02-09-2019, 09:34 AM
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Anyone have a Coleman? Iím in the process of working out a smoking deal on a used 2019 Coleman Lantern 263BH... seems like a great package at a very affordable price. I canít seem to figure out what the difference is between a BH and a BHWE...???

I know they are rebranded Keystone, just not sure which Model? Any info or advice I would appreciate!!

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We were looking at that exact model actually. BH stands for bunkhouse, have to figure out what the WE stands for.
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We were looking at that exact model actually. BH stands for bunkhouse, have to figure out what the WE stands for.
As soon as you find out let me know! We are also looking at the 285. The product seems like a very good value for your money. Iíd love to hear from any owners or fellow campers with first hand experience.
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it's definitely a value thing. They're not top of the line, but you get what you need for camping and some good room.

Avoid any camper with 'bonded leather' furniture. Unless it's real cowhide, it'll debond and peel either within a year or within a couple years.
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The difference between "BH" and "BHWE" is most likely that it's a western edition. It seems most trailer manufacturers do this and usually have little or no differences between the 2 models.
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The difference between "BH" and "BHWE" is most likely that it's a western edition. It seems most trailer manufacturers do this and usually have little or no differences between the 2 models.
The only thing I've noticed with the western packages is they're more set up for boondocking. Typically insulation packages and different tank specs.
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I have a Coleman CTS15bh trailer that I bought new in 2015. Trailer has been great with some minor issues along the way. Fresh water pump failed, leak from front window, leak from bathroom vent, and a leaking black water dump valve were the big problems. Other than that I have enjoyed it.
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I compared them on the Dutchmen site. The 263 BH has 42 gal. black and gray tanks, and an 800 lb. tongue.
The 263 BHWE has 38 gal. black and gray tanks, and a 829 lb. tongue. The BH wins in my book. I don't even know why they'd do something like that.
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Thanks, lots of good info. They seem like a decent, no thrills package with everything you need at a price point you can afford. Any owners?
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Thanks, lots of good info. They seem like a decent, no thrills package with everything you need at a price point you can afford. Any owners?
I would start poking around here: Dutchmen Owners Forum
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