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Old 03-04-2016, 12:52 PM   #1
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2014 Grey Wolf 26DBH

For sale, 2014 Grey Wolf 26DBH TT. Approx 29-30 feet.
Two entries, one direct to bathroom.
16' electric awning
one slide
Two double sized bunks, sleeps more people than it'll hold! We've had 9 in it (3 kids) and everyone was very comfortable.

Comes with the following additions:

Curt WDH with sway bar
39" Phillips LED TV
Progressive PEMS 30 amp surge protector
new $200 metal kitchen spray faucet (from Lowes)
4 month old full TT Cover

Used maybe 5 times since we bought it.

Asking $15,250 OBO. PM for more details.
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Just curious as to why you are selling it?
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Old 03-04-2016, 07:50 PM   #3
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About to order a 5th wheel......

This was our first TT.....and we had bright idea that we'd visit all these grandkids and they'd all have a place to sleep. Well, we sleep at THEIR house when we visit.

And the house is about to be paid off, so we can't stand not being in debt, so we're getting a 5'er........
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Right! The American way!.
We take possession of a new 23DBH Grey Wolf next week. Was there anything you DIDNT like about the Grey Wolf?
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Not really. Good TT. We loved it.
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TV upgrade? Doesn't look like that 1500 will like a 5'er.
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TV upgrade? Doesn't look like that 1500 will like a 5'er.
That's now the wife's daily vehicle, and the 'boat puller'.

New Dually is for the 5'er.
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Now your talking.
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Ain't got no pichers (pictures, for the Yanks) till I can order the 5'er!

This is a TOO long process. I paid off the TT 12 days ago with Bank of the West and still no title in the mail. Going to get B&W Hitch in new dually on Monday. Then I order the Retrax Pro MX to cover it all up.

THEN I CAN FINALLY call and order the dadgum 5'er! We have asked approximately 32,083,088 questions (all answered) to both the dealer and Cedar Creek directly. Not to mention the BAZILLIONS I've asked here (and all answered nicely!).

Having owned a TT, I already have my list to order when it gets here (50amp surge protector, extra sewer hose, X chocks, blocks (we've never needed them with the TT but who knows), power extension cord (anaconda I hear it's called), and cover.

Bank and Visa love me.
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Right! The American way!.
We take possession of a new 23DBH Grey Wolf next week. Was there anything you DIDNT like about the Grey Wolf?
Not to hijack this thread. But we got the 23bh last year and love it. A few minor things with it that were fixed under warranty but a great trailer. The sink wasn't attached correctly and broke away from the counter and one of the screens on the window was really bent from the factory. I there than those it has been great. Only been out in it three times since we got it late in the season
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