Selling my 2016 Heartland Prowler 20P RBS.
Dry Weight – 4,925 lbs
Payload Capacity – 1,530 lbs (pretty high payload cap for it’s size)
GVWR – 6,900 lbs
26 foot bumper to to trailer hitch.
42 Gal Fresh Water Tank
35 Gal Grey Water Tank
35 Gal Black Water Tank
2 – 30 lb Propane Tanks (replaced the cover with a soft cover)
1 – Slide-out (Dining Area)
Dealer Options I have on this one are:
-Power Front and Rear Stabilizer Jacks
-Power 14ft Awning
These are the included upgrades that I have added to make my TT have some advantages to the buyer
– Instant Hot water heater
– Rear Bumper safety struts,
– 2 hitches on the rear bumper, 1 is used to store the WDH hitch when camped and the other is for a bike rack,
– Tire minders that monitors on all 4 tires
– 4 new tires last September – Goodyear Endurance Load D – spare tire is the original unused spare,
– Stromberg Carlson Tongue (CC-255) rack, for generator or storage- installed on A Frame two months ago (never actually used yet),
– 2 house batteries.
– Maxxair Fan over bed,
– Convection/Microwave Oven
– Dometic 320 high profile (that is the higher one with the elongated seat),
– Level Mate Pro Wireless Vehicle Leveling – Love This
– Mopeka Tank Check Bluetooth Propane tank gauge on both 30lb tanks,
– Equalizer 14,000lb WDH hitch (i know, overkill, but it is super stable)
– LED bulbs throughout
– Built a shoe rack by door,
– WiFi signal receiver booster with Antenna properly mounted to TV antenna
– Cell signal booster
– Covers on both bathroom fan and Maxxair fan
– Carefree sunblock screen that quick zips off the awning,
– Rear wireless, always on, camera installed.
**One of the most attractive thing about this layout is the MASSIVE rear bathroom and storage cabinets in the rear bathroom. Really is impressive for the size of the trailer.
**I took out the dinette booth when I got it, left the stand alone table that collapses down if needed. Currently no chairs, figured I would leave it without so someone can choose their own chairs – I had an office chair I was using.