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Old 05-16-2013, 09:52 AM   #1
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1st trip in 2014 Sanibel 3500

DW and I went to Deer Creek State Park here in Ohio. Left Monday and returned Wednesday. What a great trip ! Everything went perfect, no issues at all and all I heard from DW all during the trip was "I love my new camper!". Some asked for interior pictures of our camper, so I posted some in the members gallery. I couldn't take any of the bedroom because "someone" was taking a nap and her guard dog would have caused me to trip trying to get over him. Nothing but kudos to Prime Time for a great unit.
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Old 05-17-2013, 04:19 PM   #2
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That looks great Popcorn! Glad you're enjoying it!

I see two differences from the 2013:
1) Your table and sink lights are a different color. (Mine are alabaster white.) Looks nice!

2) There is a metal cover on your stove that is shown lifted in the picture. Ours doesn't have that. We have only the Corian covers that go over it. (Does yours still come with those as well?)

I know you have the Lane sofa and recliners. That's a real plus! Can you tell me if the sofa/hide-a-bed still uses an air mattress?
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Old 05-17-2013, 09:59 PM   #3
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Glad to hear all went great on the fisrt trip. Hopefully that'll be a prelude of things to come.
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Old 05-18-2013, 07:02 PM   #4
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Barry, There is no Corian cover for the stove. The metal (black) lid folds down and makes a nice looking cover. It's what we had in our last TT and I guess it's what I'm used to. There are pop out Corian sink covers. Can't answer the hide a bed question. Haven't pulled it out yet, still checking other stuff out. When I do, I'll let you know. The only other difference I know of is no rear hitch on the 2014 (not sure why) and no fishing rod holder in the basement. I kind of got a giggle out of that. We absolutely love the rig so far.
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Old 05-18-2013, 07:09 PM   #5
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... and no fishing rod holder in the basement. I kind of got a giggle out of that. We absolutely love the rig so far.
Ha! I'll remove mine and send it to you. :-)
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Old 05-19-2013, 11:37 AM   #6
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I am sure you will love it, we do ours. The rear hitch was not much to speak of anyway. We are pushing 15,000 miles and 120 days of camping. Its been great. Enjoy

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That looks great Popcorn! Glad you're enjoying it!

I see two differences from the 2013:
1) Your table and sink lights are a different color. (Mine are alabaster white.) Looks nice!

2) There is a metal cover on your stove that is shown lifted in the picture. Ours doesn't have that. We have only the Corian covers that go over it. (Does yours still come with those as well?)

I know you have the Lane sofa and recliners. That's a real plus! Can you tell me if the sofa/hide-a-bed still uses an air mattress?
Same differences with our 2012 Sanibel. BTW, do yourself a favor and next time you have your trailer at the dealer, have them inspect the straps that hold your fresh water holding tank in place. Three of four mounting points on mine came undone after only two trips. You don't want a full 500lb water tank dropping on the ground in front of your axles when traveling down the highway.
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