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Old 06-24-2015, 02:07 PM   #81
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Maximum 2 keys for all outside compartments and locks. 4 is ridiculous.
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Old 06-24-2015, 03:30 PM   #82
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I agree with Titan Guy, the keys are a bit excessive but inside the trailer is great and getting better but I would give an option to the outside entertainment...marine grade radio with speakers and a swivel arm for the tv
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Old 06-24-2015, 05:51 PM   #83
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We agree about the tv were looking to buy a swivel arm next and Steve will install. Ours is and odd set up it's not situated under the awning so if you want to watch tv you have to sit under the stars, don't get me wrong we love star gazing like everyone else I know the FL layout is different than the others but they should have given it more thought. I shouldn't complain our last rig did not have one but we didn't think about it until it was in our yard were looking at it like what the heck is the deal with that lol..
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Old 06-25-2015, 05:04 AM   #84
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We agree about the tv were looking to buy a swivel arm next and Steve will install. Ours is and odd set up it's not situated under the awning so if you want to watch tv you have to sit under the stars, don't get me wrong we love star gazing like everyone else I know the FL layout is different than the others but they should have given it more thought. I shouldn't complain our last rig did not have one but we didn't think about it until it was in our yard were looking at it like what the heck is the deal with that lol..
I installed a TV within the small exterior compartment adjacent to the entrance door with a swing out arm. I relocated the TV jacks, inside the the storage/ basement area to the compartment with the new TV. We have two motorized awnings so watching TV in the rain or when the sun is blazing works great.
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Old 06-25-2015, 05:00 PM   #85
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Old 06-25-2015, 05:56 PM   #86
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Bubby, 2 - 16,000lb axles might be a little stiff!! How 8000lb?
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Old 06-25-2015, 08:39 PM   #87
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Bubby, 2 - 16,000lb axles might be a little stiff!! How 8000lb?

Danny............now you know that some folks like to carry a little more weight!!!
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we were hoping to have a sleeper sofa in the 2013 36FL we bought. had our son with us 2 nights in Lake George last year - couch uncomfortable for him and air mattress lost air! we were told it isn't possible to put a sleeper sofa in this model! didn't make sense - but that's what we were told. grandson sleeps on sofa without a problem - last weekend he slept on the floor in a sleeping bag - loved that! he's 5 so nothing bothers him yet.
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we were hoping to have a sleeper sofa in the 2013 36FL we bought. had our son with us 2 nights in Lake George last year - couch uncomfortable for him and air mattress lost air! we were told it isn't possible to put a sleeper sofa in this model! didn't make sense - but that's what we were told. grandson sleeps on sofa without a problem - last weekend he slept on the floor in a sleeping bag - loved that! he's 5 so nothing bothers him yet.
We found that keeping a queen sized blow up mattress usually satisfies guests and doesn't take up a lot of storage space.
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Old 07-02-2015, 06:48 PM   #91
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After having full timed for six years and now part time for the last three, I think I can speak for us all when it comes to the sewer connection and disconnect. Make it simpler and cleaner, it is the nastiest part of RVing
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Old 07-02-2015, 08:28 PM   #92
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We were surprised that it didn't have a sleeper sofa also, kind of odd a rig as big as it is sleeps two. Then I thought no kids no grand kids hmmmm let me rethink this


O.k so we got a cot just in case for the little guy
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We found that keeping a queen sized blow up mattress usually satisfies guests and doesn't take up a lot of storage space.
We used the queen sized air mattress that came with the rw...maybe there is a trick to keeping the air in it?? it fits well in the living area and we thought it would be fine, but to loose air? we may not have had the "lock" tight on it - not sure - first and only time used. it does store well - right in one of the cabinets under the television.
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Char...we loved the idea it was a 2-sleeper...it's for our retirement - went through 2 pop-ups, 2 travel trailers and 1 other 5th wheel before this one (with the sons). Now this is for US...do like having the grandson for a weekend, or two, close to home. We plan on travelling once I retire next year...sleeping for 2 is what we needed; there may be occasions when someone might be with us for a night and wanted the sleeper sofa for that time. That is rare and we do manage...
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Char...we loved the idea it was a 2-sleeper...it's for our retirement - went through 2 pop-ups, 2 travel trailers and 1 other 5th wheel before this one (with the sons). Now this is for US...do like having the grandson for a weekend, or two, close to home. We plan on travelling once I retire next year...sleeping for 2 is what we needed; there may be occasions when someone might be with us for a night and wanted the sleeper sofa for that time. That is rare and we do manage...
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New Yorker.... with my two kids we were doing the same thing...tent, old old pop up then in the 90's a 1963 Airstream. Then when Steve and I got together a Class A and now our first 5th wheel. I wrote in my first ever post here in November it's our rolling penthouse built for two
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Our Redwood has room for, 6 for visiting, 4 for Dinner and 2 for Sleeping
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The trash container drawer in my 2015 38RL needs a full extension slide in order to get the plastic container out. Seem like it is so obvious as a design issue that it must have been a manufacturing flaw.
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I thought so too on the waste can but try giving it an extra tug. Mine did come all the way out. I was so happy! No more pinched fingers!
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