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Old 05-19-2019, 12:12 AM   #1
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2017 rw36rl $58,000

2017 redwood 5th wheel – model rw36rl.

This is one of the very last older style redwoods manufactured (june 2017). Therefore the 2017 model designation.

Clean title. No pets. No smoke.
Loaded with options and accessories.

This rv is in like new condition.
It has traveled approximately 2,500 miles.

It has always been garaged when not in use.

It was purchased new in january, 2017.
We traded our 2011 rw36re for it.

We liked the 2011 so much that we wanted something similar.
And, the 36rl can be towed with my 2014 f350 diesel single rear wheel truck.
The newer product line redwoods exceed the weight capacity of my truck.

Some notable options include:
Whirlpool residential refrigerator
Third 15,000 BTU A/C
Fireplace
King bed
Hide-a-bed sofa
MaxxFans
Trail-Air Tri-Glide Pin Box
Water Filter
Gen Prep
2nd Power Awning (with led)
Electric Power Cord

$58,000.

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Old 06-01-2019, 08:12 PM   #2
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We have a similar model and love it and agree, can pull it fine with our F-350 SW. The early '17 were the last to have that extra storage compartment in the rear, toolbox compartment, shelving in the basement and extra tall storage closets inside. RW decided that it cost them too much for the labor and materials, thus went with more bling that costs less, but has more glitz. In fact, RW no longer even offers that hallway on the driver's side. It has great capacity storage without going over 39'.
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Old 03-21-2020, 01:49 AM   #3
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I’m interested in your coach, can you send me pictures if it is still available please? Joseph.h1031@gmail.com
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Old 03-21-2020, 02:46 PM   #4
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Is it a 2017?
first you state:

2017 redwood 5th wheel model rw36rl.

"This is one of the very last older style redwoods manufactured (june 2017). Therefore the 2017 model designation."

Then you go on to say :

"It was purchased new in january, 2017."

It doesn't mater to me, BUT if you get a serious buyer, those dates may confuse them...

Perhaps was it purchased in June of 2016?? I took delivery of my "16" in July of 2015....
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Old 03-21-2020, 03:13 PM   #5
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RW years can be very confusing. We ordered our 39MB in Dec of 2014 and was delivered to us in Mar of 2015, and to our surprise was Titled as a 2016, better for us.
I would bet the OP meant manufactured in 2016, but having owned a RL I wouldn't be pulling it with a SRW TV.
If you read some of the older posts, you will see where at least several members traded nearly new SRW TVs for Duallies after taking their RL across the scales. Just saying.
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Old 03-21-2020, 04:28 PM   #6
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I’ll agree with Michelle. I’m one of the ones that traded a very nice, 8 month old F350 SRW for a Dually and never regretted it.

I would put a $100 bill on the table that if the rig was weighed on a CAT Scale, normally loaded and with 15-20 gals of water for traveling, the rear axle and rear tires on that SRW are 600-1000 lbs over max weight rating. And that’s without generator or washer-dryer.
Just sayin’ from someone who has owned a RL since new and pulled with both trucks. RL’s are very pin heavy and the brochure weight is a pipe dream.
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I had the same experience as Vaghn. Someone got a brand new 3500 for a good price. My pin weight runs 4250lbs with washer,dryer and 6500 onan
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Old 03-22-2020, 02:42 AM   #8
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I'm # 3 in this parade.
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Old 03-23-2020, 08:46 PM   #9
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After doing the same weight research, I ordered a smaller trailer.
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We bought our 2012 36RL in 2014. Had a 2008 F250 SD diesel and was assured by the salesman that it would handle it. We never put it on the scale, installed airbags to help with the sag and leveled out the truck but were pretty sure we were way over the axle and Michelin tire ratings. Even made a trip from Elkhart, IN to Gulf Shores Al one winter with no problems but 1 1/2 year ago we switched to a 2015 F550 dually. No problems or worries now. I can only pull 37,000 pounds now. lol
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We bought our 2012 36RL in 2014. Had a 2008 F250 SD diesel and was assured by the salesman that it would handle it. We never put it on the scale, installed airbags to help with the sag and leveled out the truck but were pretty sure we were way over the axle and Michelin tire ratings. Even made a trip from Elkhart, IN to Gulf Shores Al one winter with no problems but 1 1/2 year ago we switched to a 2015 F550 dually. No problems or worries now. I can only pull 37,000 pounds now. lol
You went from believing a salesman when their lips were moving & not having enough truck to way overkill!
Any of the big 3 diesel 1 ton duallies can handle the RWs without issue.
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Danny, That was our choice not yours. We are traveling and using our rig safely. If there was a catastrophic accident at least we are good on our weight limits. Not sure about a lot of rigs on the road..
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You went from believing a salesman when their lips were moving & not having enough truck to way overkill!
Any of the big 3 diesel 1 ton duallies can handle the RWs without issue.
When you think about it.... the new 2020 Ford SRW has SO MUCH more capabilities than the 19's

GCVWR - 30,000#
GVW - 12,400#
payload - 4,561# - on Platinum, 4x4 , 6.7 , long Bed, 3.55 rear

Still have 2 limiting factors
#1 - Tires.. stocks are 3,750 ea - - 7500# capacity
#2 - rear axle.. new trucks have 7400# RAWR
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A decent HDT converted to pull a fifth wheel camper will outdo them all, cost less than a new dually, same width, about two feet longer when singled, rides better, and turns sharper. Just sayin'
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Danny, That was our choice not yours. We are traveling and using our rig safely. If there was a catastrophic accident at least we are good on our weight limits. Not sure about a lot of rigs on the road..
Don't take offense! You are exactly right, your choice!
Simply pointing out to those looking at buying a RW.
Traveled full-time for 6+ years with our RW with a '13 GMC dually, had it weighed 2-3 times, once axle by axle truck & trailer, with all weights well within RV & truck weight limits, so also was never worried about legal implications.
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