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Old 03-26-2008, 08:17 PM   #21
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wildwood and salem same, different franchises one sells salem, another wildwood.

we just got wildwood 29bhbs and hope we like it. we packed it last weekend and are having it towed to beach next weekend. we like the massive storage, large dinette area, flip flat screen, rear slide with extra bunk/bedroom, we hope it works well. hope you enjoy your new camper

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Old 04-30-2008, 09:46 PM   #22
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We are in the process of trading a 2004 Wildwood LE 25 footer for a Surveyor 29 footer. Our 2004 had a 13,5 non-ducted. It would freeze you here in Texas.... weather it was 102 in Wichita Falls... or 95 with 80% Humidity in Port Aransas.

Anxious to see how the new trailer does!

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