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Old 05-28-2009, 04:52 PM   #1
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2010 Flagstaff 829fkss

We ordered a 2010 829FKSS Flagstaff to replace our 29' HR Savoy. We looked at quite a few lightweight trailers and decided on the Flagstaff. We should save about 1000 lbs in actual tow weight. This should make towing with our 2008 F150 a little easier. I wasn't real crazy about ordering a new unit blind and wish that FR would have a brochure available for the 2010 colors and options. I have already had calls from the dealer concerning changes to the unit. EG. the aluminum wheel design has been changed. It's too bad they don't have a cut off date for model year end. They could then print a new brochure for the new models so that people knew exactly what they were ordering.

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Old 09-06-2010, 09:13 AM   #2
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I assume by now you have taken delivery of your new 829FKSS. How do you like it? I am thinking of purchasing a 2011 and would also be pulling it with a 2010 F-150. What are your recommendations/advice for me? Tell me about your experiences with your new trailer.
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