Originally Posted by atwowheelguy
I see you are towing your Grey Wolf 21RR with an F150. That's my TV also. The 21RR is one that I am considering. My two motorcycles, one street bike and one dirt bike, together weigh about 750 pounds. I read that it has wood framing and the corrugated aluminum siding. I'm wondering if the extra cost and weight of aluminum framing and fiberglass siding in some others is worth it. Any issues with anything yet? Any options you wish were in the unit? Is the bathroom cramped? I haven't found one anywhere near here to see. I'm hoping to share your experience with it. Thanks!
Regarding issues with my 21rr:
1. Tires, the tires that came with it were Trail Express. I had a blowout on the way home from the dealer which they replaced. A couple months passed and the tires were cracking. Lionshead replaced them promptly and gave me $60 check. A few more months passed and the replacements cracked, this time they upgraded the tires to radials and a different brand. I can't say much for the Trail Express Brand but the warranty service from Lionshead was outstanding.
2. I noticed the siding bulging outward above the windows on both sides of the trailer. This was fixed under warranty in January. The dealer said they had left out some staples in the siding.
3. A couple of minor things, blemish in refrigerator door, oven thermostat and lights at bottom of entrance door not always turning off. Those issues also fixed under warranty.
We bought a package that had every option available and am happy with it. I think we would have been happy with the extra money in our pocket and no options also. They are nice to have though.
I think the bathroom is very nice, it has a large medicine cabinet and nice shower/tub. The tub is for children.
There are some nice videos and pics of them on eBay, also the best prices. When I was looking at them I found a dealer about 70 miles from home and he let me bring my Polaris RZR in to make sure it would fit.
It works perfect for my wife and I. We are heading to the Little Sahara, the eighteenth of this month to ride the dunes.