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RE: OK Which new TT Keystone or Winnebago?

Here are the TT's I am looking at. Winnebago 2401RG or Keystone Cougar 24SABWE Hope to hear more input.
bailer6334 03/31/16 02:14pm Travel Trailers
OK Which new TT Keystone or Winnebago?

Trying to decide between a Keystone Cougar or a Winnebago. I have read on the internet both good and bad on both. Both are within $1000 of each, with similar floorplans. So I'm looking for feedback from owners of both on the good & the bad, and how both manufacturers treated you on any warranty issues. Thanks
bailer6334 03/30/16 07:42am Travel Trailers
RE: How Long in Shop is Too Long

I know Florida is a long way from the factory, but if I were you I would contact FR and deal with them directly, to the point of even sending or taking the unit back to the factory for the needed repairs (in some cases they have arranged transportation). As you can see CW is incapable of repairing your unit, and in addition consider your warranty is wasting away.
bailer6334 03/24/16 07:17pm Camping World Service and Installation
RE: What're your favorite external clip-on mirrors

While the CIPA appear to be the best they are vehicle specific and they are not available for all vehicle make/years or models. Research is needed to determine if they are made for your vehicle.
bailer6334 02/25/16 06:32pm Towing
RE: Looking for a good MID SIZED SUV tow vehicle

Consider the Dodge Durango. The 3.6L tows 6200lbs and the 5.7L Hemi tows 7200-7400lbs. I tow a 5500lb trailer with the 5.7 and it does fantastic. I towed from Phoenix to San Diego in November averaged over 13MPG and going thru the mountains never exceeded 3500RPM. What surprised me most was the Durango has more GVWR, Payload and GCWR than all the 1500 Ram Trucks I looked at. The only down side is you need to use 3rd party mirror extensions when towing.
bailer6334 02/13/16 06:59pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Planning trip through NM and AZ any cool points of interest?

On the way to Sedona on I-40 stop at Meteor City and take the tour. Also on I-40 is Walnut Canyon (Native American ruins). Slide Rock State Park is nice. The hike around Bell Rock in Sedona is nice also. For Restaurants, go to the Coffee Pot (have 101 Omelets). Also Javelina Cantina has very good Mexican Food.
bailer6334 02/04/16 07:47pm Travel Trailers
RE: Seller's and Unreasonable Pricing

If you want to see ridiculous prices look at the used 3/4 and 1 ton truck pricing out there. People are asking big bucks for trucks that have 150 to 200K Miles on them. For 10K more you can buy new.
bailer6334 01/18/16 07:15am Travel Trailers
RE: staffing

If you are having this much trouble now before they take your money what is service going to be like "after" they have your money. Look for a dealer who wants your business and stay away from CW.
bailer6334 01/15/16 08:32pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: Help me find a quality TT

I agree with RCcrazy. In the past I owned 2 5th wheel trailers mfg by Northwood. In both cases during the PDI I only found 1 or 2 minor items to be fixed. Their frames are heavier than most TT's but that's because they manufacture their own frames. In addition their production people are paid a bonus or NOT based upon warranty claims on a unit. Also their customer service is outstanding.
bailer6334 12/29/15 06:36pm Travel Trailers
RE: GM integrated brake control

Bob, I was on another forum and they were discussing the same problem you have. Sorry can not remember the forum, but the cause was a bad connection between the truck wiring and at least one of the pins in the 7 pin plug. Not enough voltage ( I think 12-15 volts is normal)was going through the pin to activate the brake controller properly. GM techs did not find the problem, a trailer hitch tech discovered it. Hope this helps isolate the problem.
bailer6334 10/19/15 07:26pm Towing
RE: artic fox rvs

I have owned 2 different size Arctic Fox 5th wheels. Also been to the factory in LaGrande, OR several times. In the 6 years I owned them never any problems, not even during the PDI's which took 4 hours each. The only thing I would say is they are heavier than most of their competition. They are rated very high in all reviews.
bailer6334 09/17/15 08:50pm Travel Trailers
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