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Old 09-19-2013, 02:35 PM   #1
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Smile Couple of questions from a newbie to Prime Time

Hi,

I am going to be a new owner of a 2014 Tracer 3200 BHT Executive Series and had a few concerns before I sign on the line that I was hoping to get a few answers to.

1. Does this model hold 30 or 60 gallons of gray water? I was told the brochure is wrong and it is 30 X 2 tanks for 60 gallons and that they go into the same drain pipe.

2. Does anyone know if this model is being affected by the slide out issue with the floors wearing?

I know I will have more queations but these two are pretty serious issues to me.

Is there anything else that I need to look at with this model before I purchase it?

Thank you for your insight.
Linda
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Old 09-20-2013, 08:46 PM   #2
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It holds 48 gallons of fresh water, 30 gallons of gray water ( sinks/shower) and 30 gallons of black water ( toilet ).
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Old 09-20-2013, 09:18 PM   #3
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It holds 48 gallons of fresh water, 30 gallons of gray water ( sinks/shower) and 30 gallons of black water ( toilet ).
Thank you. Have you had this trailer before?
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Old 09-21-2013, 01:49 AM   #4
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A friend that we caravan with a lot does and I was sitting next to him at the time I answered.
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Old 09-21-2013, 02:42 AM   #5
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I have been very happy with the high level of customer support demonstrated by Prime Time.

My trailer is still functioning perfectly after more than 2 years over 13,000 miles in a huge variety of climates, altitudes and terrains.

Very happy with the trailer, the Prime Time support staff. (And my TV)

Good luck and happy trails. Call Prime Time with any and all problems. Their reputation fort customer service is second to none!
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I have been very happy with the high level of customer support demonstrated by Prime Time.

My trailer is still functioning perfectly after more than 2 years over 13,000 miles in a huge variety of climates, altitudes and terrains.

Very happy with the trailer, the Prime Time support staff. (And my TV)

Good luck and happy trails. Call Prime Time with any and all problems. Their reputation fort customer service is second to none!
We have had the same experience with our 2012 Crusader 290 RLT, and PT support .
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Hi,

I am going to be a new owner of a 2014 Tracer 3200 BHT Executive Series and had a few concerns before I sign on the line that I was hoping to get a few answers to.

1. Does this model hold 30 or 60 gallons of gray water? I was told the brochure is wrong and it is 30 X 2 tanks for 60 gallons and that they go into the same drain pipe.

2. Does anyone know if this model is being affected by the slide out issue with the floors wearing?

I know I will have more queations but these two are pretty serious issues to me.

Is there anything else that I need to look at with this model before I purchase it?

Thank you for your insight.
Linda
I have this trailer and it's 30 gal gray, 30 gal black (toilet) and 48 fresh water.
My slides do not seem to have the issue that you and others are talking about. We love our 3200BHT.
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Old 09-28-2013, 11:50 PM   #8
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I have this trailer and it's 30 gal gray, 30 gal black (toilet) and 48 fresh water.
My slides do not seem to have the issue that you and others are talking about. We love our 3200BHT.
Thank you for your response. We are looking forward to getting it. How long have you had yours? Is it the 2014? We get it on the 5th and will take it out on the 11th for 10 days. The kitchen is do much better than the one we have now! Is this a replacement camper or a first camper. This is our third Trailer and one popup. Did you have any storage troubles inside or outside?

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A friend that we caravan with a lot does and I was sitting next to him at the time I answered.
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Old 09-29-2013, 08:36 AM   #10
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I have this camper and love it. It has a 30 black, 30 gray and a 48 fresh, though there is also a galley tank has well, though no seperate valve for that and I'm trying to find more information on that. (You will notice a galley tank check button on the guage panel in the bathroom. ) also the sink in the outside kitchen goes into the blakc tank, so if your not connected to a sewer line, just be alert of running the outside sink alot, your black tank will start to fill up quicker.

As for the sliders, I haven't noticed any wear and tear on the bottoms of ours, though I've been reading alot of issues on the lacrosse slides, but so far the tracer is fine
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