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Old 01-22-2017, 06:48 PM   #1
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2017 Tampa Super Show

Went to the 2017 Tampa Super Show on Saturday.
Walked and looked at many (not all, needed 2 days) "Fulltime" luxury 5th Wheels in the Redwood price point and above and looked at the new Redwoods on display.
I was impressed with the new Redwoods updates / features, looks like they have been listening to the owners on many of the updates and features.
I liked the foundation and running gear updates as they had a coach on display with the MoRyde 4100 Suspension, 8k Axles, 17.5 Tires and Disc brakes.
I also liked the fit / finish and the look and feel of the interior, for me it was still the warm and cozy feel that was a factor in me purchasing my current Redwood. (I know everyone has a different opinion but this was mine)
Based on what I saw at the Tampa RV Show and my previous experience with Redwood in the way of factory support and the Rally's, when it comes time to replace my current Redwood 5th Wheel in a few years before I retire, the Redwood product is going to be strong contender.
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Went to the 2017 Tampa Super Show on Saturday.
Walked and looked at many (not all, needed 2 days) "Fulltime" luxury 5th Wheels in the Redwood price point and above and looked at the new Redwoods on display.
I was impressed with the new Redwoods updates / features, looks like they have been listening to the owners on many of the updates and features.
I liked the foundation and running gear updates as they had a coach on display with the MoRyde 4100 Suspension, 8k Axles, 17.5 Tires and Disc brakes.
I also liked the fit / finish and the look and feel of the interior, for me it was still the warm and cozy feel that was a factor in me purchasing my current Redwood. (I know everyone has a different opinion but this was mine)
Based on what I saw at the Tampa RV Show and my previous experience with Redwood in the way of factory support and the Rally's, when it comes time to replace my current Redwood 5th Wheel in a few years before I retire, the Redwood product is going to be strong contender.


I was at the Tampa show on Thursday and concur - not enough time to look at everything. Redwoods are still some of the most beautiful rigs and seems like others are trying to follow suit. While there a young lady and her mother were seriously looking at Redwoods and I just offered a testimonial from our experience (which has been outstanding). Sounded like we might have a new Redwood owner soon! I too was impressed with the standard upgrades.


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