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Old 10-30-2015, 06:56 PM   #11
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I walked through one at a show, and while it was kinda cool, I'm not real sure about that back entrance. We are picking up out Georgetown 364ts on Monday, which has 2 full baths and that was one feature that sold us. It also has 2 water heaters and 2 furnaces, plus heat strips in both A/Cs. I don't think one WH would do the trick.


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Old 10-30-2015, 09:25 PM   #12
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I walked through one at a show, and while it was kinda cool, I'm not real sure about that back entrance. We are picking up out Georgetown 364ts on Monday, which has 2 full baths and that was one feature that sold us. It also has 2 water heaters and 2 furnaces, plus heat strips in both A/Cs. I don't think one WH would do the trick.


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Tim. Are you out of the GMC / fiver market now?
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Old 10-31-2015, 07:02 AM   #13
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Tim. Are you out of the GMC / fiver market now?

I will be this next week! Sending both down the road. It was either a new TH or motorhome, and the wife made the decision for me. Now I have to go shopping for a new truck. Darn!


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Old 10-31-2015, 08:47 AM   #14
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Golfmedic posted this new Sandpiper/sierra floor plan a few days ago.

Of course we have the Sabre 36qbok as some have mentioned that they had, we also looked at the Sierra/Sabdpiper 365 and 376 models as well as the 365 wildwood-heritage glen/ salem .....i cant remember, but its twin floor plan. We liked all of them, but in my opinion the heritage glenn was not quite the camper that the sandpipers and sabres were and heritage glenns had the lighter 6k axles. (This was about 1.5 to 2 years ago, so the sandpipers had 7k axles on the ones we looked at.)
When it came down too it, the sabre had a better option sheet to chose from and the outside kitchen that the Dw wanted.
(Price point on heritage glenns are a little lower than the others though. )

I really to this day like the 385bh that sandpiper/sierra have, but I'm still torn about the lack of a 2nd bath.
Good luck shopping!!!
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Old 11-10-2015, 03:19 PM   #15
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Yeah - kills me. Totally off topic, but FR overhauls an entire product line and is putting the new models on dealer lots and they can't take the time to update their own website. How can a multi-million dollar operation not have a marketing clerk in charge of getting current floorplans posted to the website??

Could you imagine Ford or GM or Apple selling new product with their website showing only the out-of-production models?!?

Ford already has a preview of the 2017 Superduty on their site.

I get your point. It doesn't make sense except maybe to their bottom line. I wonder if the bulk of the labor is on the assembly line and each line that FR owns keeps a small front office. It makes sense because the level of marketing materials are so slim. Probably a risk/cost ratio involved as well. Would adding someone to update the website etc ACTUALLY sell more units? If so, how many would they have to sell in order to justify that position? In the long run it is probably not worth it.
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