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Old 08-09-2015, 12:13 PM   #1
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Hey all. We are Bubba and Kelly. We currently live in a 2013 Landmark San Antonia. 37 days until we pick up our 2016 39MB with the butler pantry. We are very excited. We started full timing in August 2014. We spent 7 months working in Maryland and are now in Atlanta. Just outside Denver, CO is our home base, but we don't see much of that. We make homebrewed beer in our 5'er and have a great time living in this lifestyle. After we finish our commitment here we plan on taking a year off to just roam around a see new things. I am enjoying reading through the forums to find out other opinions on different things. Thanks for letting s be a part of the group.
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Old 08-09-2015, 01:23 PM   #2
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Welcome, y'all! As you have read, there is a wealth of info here - use it as a reference to check things out during your PDI. Good luck with your new RW, you'll love it. That homebrew sounds great!
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Old 08-09-2015, 03:00 PM   #3
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Congratulations on that new rig!
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Old 08-09-2015, 03:24 PM   #4
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Welcome! You can count on your new "Redwood Family" to be here for you and answer your questions!
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Congrats on your new rig. You are going to love it. Welcome to the group. There is a great group here and years of knowledge to draw from.
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Old 08-09-2015, 07:07 PM   #6
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Considering a new 39MB15

Tomorrow we are heading to look at a new Redwood 39MB15. We have looked at many brochures and we have spent a little time here on the owners forum, a little confused. There are always complaints and many times you don't hear from those who are very satisfied.
We are considering going full time in a year or so and want to purchase the right unit this time. This will be our third fiver and hope to own this one for many years.
I thank those of you who will reply in advance.
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Old 08-09-2015, 07:17 PM   #7
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Looking to buy 39Mb15

Looks my to purchase a new redwood 39MB this week.
Love to hear what we should or should not purchase this unit.
Retired and looking to go full time soon
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Old 08-09-2015, 07:46 PM   #8
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Welcome to the forum Alwaysawehr!

Bottom line: I would buy a Redwood again if I was in the market for a fiver. We have owned ours about 15 months, are fulltime, including through a pretty cold winter here in the Pacific Northwest. NO COMPLAINTS AT ALL! Our experience with Redwood's warranty practices has been extremely positive.

NOW: I will qualify that with a little reality. We have not experienced the type of problem (yet) that some people are allegedly having warranty trouble with, so I cannot comment on that. Many of the negative comments on these issues are more about Lippert products (which are your Redwood's build) and this is, again, being said to trickle down to warranty claims being denied in certain situations. There are others who have experienced this first hand, and they can comment on this. We have not had this problem.

If we were to buy again, I would ABSOLUTELY beef up the suspension. There just isn't much wiggle room in your weight allowance in the standard configuration, and as a fulltimer, it is unreasonable to think that you will be able to load your Redwood appropriately, have much in your tanks, and be safe/legal. That is just a fact. We wish we had more muscle in that department. BUT, we knew when we bought it that it was what it was. Just be warned that you may have remorse if you don't upgrade that. It is our one real regret.

WE LOVE our 38RL!! LOVE. Don't regret buying it for ONE NANOSECOND! We still get compliments on it everywhere we go and sometimes we still pinch ourselves because it is so well suited to fulltime living.

I think they are as good or better than any others, even with the "bumps in the road". As you hear over and over: That is the RV industry. ALL companies have growing pains, and Redwood is no different, but I believe they intend to GROW, not cut and run. These are great coaches.
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Old 08-09-2015, 07:53 PM   #9
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Redwood makes a nice looking rig with many features. They are put together better than most. As you have had a few 5th wheels in your time, you know they all need continuous attention. Trying to take to the Dealer for every lose screw will drive you crazy.

What I don't like - they are just a little too intimate with Lippert (LCI) - that is what the Falcon system is - 100% Lippert. You may have your own opinions of LCI from your prior 5ers. I also don't like that some people have claimed they have to fight to get warranty, sometimes all way to the GM. I don't like Westlake tires, and I don't like that although I use mine 4 weeks a year, I'm already having to replace shackles and wet bolts, on my dime this time. At this point, I would not buy another.
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Old 08-09-2015, 08:20 PM   #10
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oh oh, you are going to have the PR gals after you for that one.
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