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Old 12-06-2010, 10:02 PM   #1
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Other v-nose owners also welcome

The title may be V-CROSS but the site is open to all V owners as they all have some commonalities and while they seem to be few some of the same problems as well. It's like being the Maytag man here....lonely. Old Guys
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Old 12-07-2010, 12:25 AM   #2
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Hi old guys. The reason for the loneliness is that other than the V front, these campers are just like any other Flagstaff/Rockwood camper out there, and the general travel trailer forum covers 99.9% of any problems or concerns that may arise from yours and my camper, as well. They use the same overall parts and construction techniques. Hope this helps to curb your loneliness feelings! Randy
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Oh that's why. Here I thought we just were not having any problems. Wishful thinking I guess but we will hope for the best. Old Guys
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Me and my wife are thinking real hard about ordering a FR vcross 31vbhs when we get back from vacation. It seems to suit our needs. And plus she likes the outside kitchen.
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Old 04-03-2011, 12:26 AM   #5
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We don't have an outside kitchen but we do like to cook outside whenever the weather suits. Might be somehing to consider if we ever decide to move up. Old Guys
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Were getting a the outside kitchen to keep people from going in and out of the camper. And try to keep our boys outside as much as possible.
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Old 05-04-2011, 10:26 PM   #7
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thinking of getting a vcross

We are super close to purchasing a 32vbhs by Forest River. Do you like this model? Because we have found it for considerably less in Ohio, we are buying it sight unseen and having it shipped to us here in San Diego. Any input?
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We are super close to purchasing a 32vbhs by Forest River. Do you like this model? Because we have found it for considerably less in Ohio, we are buying it sight unseen and having it shipped to us here in San Diego. Any input?
We are ordering ours from couchrvnation in Ohio, sight unseen. My wife liked the closet in the master bedroom that utilizes the tongue on the trailer. We are excited about the outside kitchen. That is a good thing to have to keep foot traffic out of the camper. We have two boys and they like the bunk house area. This will be our first TT. We rented one last year. And we were hooked.
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Hi. We are still at the frog rally in Branson Missouri. We do not have a vbhs because we are empty nesters but in hind sight it might have been a good idea if we keep bringing our grandson along. As for the v-front; we towed about 1000 miles to get here and never had any big problems even though we had some quite strong winds in Indiana. I am sure you will enjoy yours. Old Guys

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Hi. We are still at the frog rally in Branson Missouri. We do not have a vbhs because we are empty nesters but in hind sight it might have been a good idea if we keep bringing our grandson along. As for the v-front; we towed about 1000 miles to get here and never had any big problems even though we had some quite strong winds in Indiana. I am sure you will enjoy yours. Old Guys

You mean the FROG "mascot" Carson???.....Enjoy folks.
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