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Old 10-18-2009, 09:50 PM   #1
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V-Cross 27FKS

Hello all! New to TTs after being in popups for a while. Purchased a new V-Cross at the fall trailer show and looking for any input for or against these trailers. We pick it up in a few weeks, but our season is over for this year anyway so we have a winter to sort it out. Thanks in advance.

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Old 10-18-2009, 11:07 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum congrats on your new camper You will love the space compared to a popup i dont have your model but there are several on here that do and i am sure they will respond very soon. Enjoy your new camper visit and post often

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Old 10-19-2009, 10:54 AM   #3
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Hello WillyB, and welcome to the forum! I have the Flagstaff version, the Vlite, and we have really loved ours! Our unit has the bedroom up front, with a slide out, making an "east/west bed, and lots of floor space in the bedroom. And, the "V" in our unit is a huge walk-in closet! The main living area in the rear has a large super slide, (couch, and dining table n benches) and really, my only complaint with these is the somewhat small holding tanks, but I guess that's part of the "lite" in Vlite. Best of luck with yours, and If you have any questions at all, feel free to post them on here, and someone will know or try to answer you. Randy
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Old 10-19-2009, 06:49 PM   #4
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Randy; This one has the kitchen in front with a couch/dinette slide. The tanks on it are 50gal fresh, 41 grey and 30 black. I thought they were pretty large after the 20 gal pop-up tank. Thanks for the welcome and hope to be around a long time. Bill
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Old 11-27-2009, 11:30 PM   #5
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Hello WillyB. We also just purchased a 2010 V-Cross 27VFK on 11/24/09 in Michigan. Would have liked to keep it local but they couldn't match the price. We had no problems at the border (they couldn't have been any more helpful) and by early next week it should be registered and plated in Ontario. It is the longest trailer I have ever towed but after an initial bit of feeling it out it was quite comfortable towing. It was aprox. a 4.5 hour trip from Grand Rapids to Stratford but by the time we reached Flint I was really enjoying the ride an was even passing semi trailers instead of them passing me. If this is any indication you and I should both be enjoying our trailers immensly. My wifes first statement on seeing it behind our Avalanche was "ARE WE NUTS", but now she seems quite proud of it and emphasizes to everyone she tells about it, how much room it has and how much storage space. It looks like our marriage will survive it's 36th year after all. Good luck with yours and happy camping.........Old Guys
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Old 09-20-2010, 04:07 PM   #6
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v-cros name

anybody know why they call it V-Cross? What's it crossed with?
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