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Old 07-12-2016, 04:32 PM   #21
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We are really happy with out 23db. No the heater is not vented, but the size of the model does not require it. It is perfect for my husband, our large dog, and me. Next trip out, the cat gets to come. Bought it at a very good price since it was at the end of the year. I don't consider it a entry level model at all. It is a really nice unit.

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Old 07-12-2016, 05:22 PM   #22
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Assuming you have a not to exceed number in your looking budget, you have two options. Buy a smaller higher priced model with FG sides and a few more fancy items or a large lower priced mode with aluminum sides and a few less fancy items. With your family I would guess you would be happier with the additional space. You can always add upgrades to suit your needs when possible. Also if this is your first TT, and you are like most people, you will want something different is a few years. The resale value of an RV drops dramatically in the first few years then slows. The RV industry is booming and almost all manufacturers are not producing units of the same quality they did a few years ago. Do your research, find the one that fits your family and you can afford and don't worry where it fits on the comparison scale.
The salesperson's job is to get as much of your money as they can. Don't take your check book or CC when you go to look and even when you think you found the right one. Don't sign anything, go home talk it over ask questions and if you are still convinced it is the right one you can always go back the next day. Try to take the emotion out of the deal especially when around the dealer.
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Old 10-22-2016, 04:22 PM   #23
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Just brought our Grey Wolf 27dbs home and we love it! The layout is perfect for us and the half bunk slide makes for cool little bunk room and a much bigger bathroom!


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