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Old 03-03-2012, 08:01 AM   #81
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The owner of the dealership called me back yesterday and he suspects that when he ordered my unit, it must have not been standard equipment. He told me that it must have been very recently added as standard equipment, due to the timing of when he ordered "mine". I received it the first week of January.

How sturdy is your roof when up there for cleaning, etc.?

I have not been on mine yet. He told me that the manufacturer has sent them pictures of 20-30 people on the roof to demonstrate the strength. (not on my list of things to do!) He also told me that they sent him a picture of one with a Jeep on top of it... (also not on my list of things to do!) lol

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Old 03-04-2012, 07:56 AM   #82
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roof

I have not had a problem with the roof. Seems just fine for me to stand on. All 230Lbs...

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Old 03-04-2012, 08:47 AM   #83
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jkalafus,

Cool, Thanks!

BTW, ever had any problems with your living room slide out? The DW called me yesterday and told me that when she went to open the slide (after sitting closed for a couple of weeks) it just clicks, like when it is all the in while closing it...

Hmm, have read a few posts that say to try it manually. Hopefully it will "free" it up. It has been connected to shore power the whole time with battery disconnect in the on position, to keep them charged. She also tried it with the generator on...???
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Old 03-05-2012, 10:25 AM   #84
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jkalafus,

Cool, Thanks!

BTW, ever had any problems with your living room slide out? The DW called me yesterday and told me that when she went to open the slide (after sitting closed for a couple of weeks) it just clicks, like when it is all the in while closing it...

Hmm, have read a few posts that say to try it manually. Hopefully it will "free" it up. It has been connected to shore power the whole time with battery disconnect in the on position, to keep them charged. She also tried it with the generator on...???
Talked the DW through manually rolling the slide out. She turned it a couple of turns, then went inside and pushed the button. It worked fine. She then went back under and sprayed the rails, gears, etc... with lube.

All is well again!
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Old 03-11-2012, 10:50 PM   #85
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Picked up my RG3210 and have a few questions. How do you turn the lights on up front on the cap and what are the 2 switches by the fire ext? Everything overall was good just a few minor detail issues the dealer is going to take care of. I would appreciate any help. Thanks in advance.
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Old 03-11-2012, 11:38 PM   #86
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Hey Ponce, congratulations! The switch for the lights are in the forward most compartment on the door side. Inside the compartment, it is in the front. As for the switches, mine has a battery cut off switch by the fire extinguisher. We are enjoying ours on our first trip now.





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Old 03-12-2012, 11:07 AM   #87
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Thank You Billy the switch is right where you said it would be. The other two are for the heated tanks i think. Where at in S. Texas are you camping? Also where did you buy your stealth i have a buddy in San Antonio who is interested in one. Thanks
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Ponce, we are in New Braunfels. I must say, we have had zero problems on the "maiden voyage". I purchased our stealth at Colonia Del Rey in Corpus Christi. Your buddy should check them out. They will not be beat on pricing. I don't have heated belly or tanks, that explains it! Lol

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We just got back from another week out. Almost a year now and not much to complain about. On this last trip we had our microwave stop working, but the convection works. Also, the DVD player shows a dual image and the fuel pump(fuel station) outside has a dead spot...

Oh, if you use a cable TV hook up, don't turn on the antenna amplifier in the master bedroom.

Still love the rig!
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Old 03-19-2012, 08:48 PM   #90
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Just came back from a 4000 mile trip from Canada to Mesa and back. Trailer pulled great, no swaying or tail slapping like a tag trailer likes to do. Inside edge ribs of rear tires worn off on 100 degreees of the tire, and healthy looking on the other 260 degrees of the rotation. Front tire are worn nice. Trailer brakes were never set that tight that they ever lockup. I prefer to let the Jake brake slow this down. Anybody have this issue?? Almost looks like a cheap tire that is delaminating.. Rear of trailer was loaded with 1900 pounds worth of Harleys. trailer sits nice and level as the dealer set it up to do. Trailer and tires now has 9000 miles on it, with 90% of that on the I-15 @ 70 MPH.
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