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Old 02-24-2008, 09:27 PM   #11
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I suggest go to wal mart and buy a memory foam mattress pad we got one for our airbed and my daughter loves it and it also protects it from punctures and we also got one for our bed too makes a world of difference
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Old 02-25-2008, 02:21 PM   #12
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Bill,

I assume that's the dealers reputation your are speaking of, and not the trailer, since they are all built on the same line. BTW, does your trailer have the little wardrobe on both sides of the bed or just one?

Check us out over on openroadsradio.net! (Run by some of the same folks that run this site)

It's supposed to have the "Little" wardrobes on each side of the bed.
We have only seen one of these in person and it had the all white interior. (not my favorite, we ordered the oak)
I have seen many on line and thay have the wardrobe on each side of the bed and so does the floor plan.

There is a nice tour of this trailer here:
http://www.cheyennecampingcenter.com/FS8528RKSS.html

Check it out.

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Old 02-25-2008, 02:22 PM   #13
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I suggest go to wal mart and buy a memory foam mattress pad we got one for our airbed and my daughter loves it and it also protects it from punctures and we also got one for our bed too makes a world of difference
Sounds like good advice.

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Old 02-26-2008, 09:41 AM   #14
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When we were adding up all of the options we wanted, the power awning came up as a "standard option" in the dealers computer. Must have been just added. BTW..... Do you have the black tank rinse? How has that worked for you? I think that is a excellent feature.

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Not aware of the black tank rinse. I guess I missed a lot of the options. We (wife & I) were looking at rvs and fell for the Flagstaff 831BHSS. Bought it on the spot. Probably should have done more shopping but we are happy. This is by far the most we have ever had in a TT. I guess that is why we like it so well. In a year or two, we may not be so happy. We are not well informed about TT's by any stretch but we ARE learning!
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Not aware of the black tank rinse.

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You can add that yourself for about 2 hours work and not much money. In fact most of the "small options" can be added on later...like fans and vent covers, magazine racks and all that stuff.
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I have an 08 Flagstaff V -lite, with the airbed couch, however the pump plugs in the 120 v wall outlet near the couch , and has no provisions for 12 v. operation - we bought a battery op. coleman air bed pump and keep that in the drawer under the couch for those non -powered outings! Kids say the bed is VERY comfy,by the way! Randy
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