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Old 09-17-2015, 03:39 PM   #11
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That one has double steps too, so jealous. I recently read that the only differences between Rockwood and Flagstaff is the inside decor. They make separate models to keep more dealers in business and to satisfy those wanting difference colored cushions, etc. Otherwise all made the same for each model year.
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Old 09-18-2015, 05:02 PM   #12
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This is a quote from RV One. I know it varies by location but I just wanted to give everyone a starting point if you are beginning to price them like me.

Forest River Rockwood Premier Hard Side A213HW

Model Specifications:
GVWR TBD
Hitch Weight TBD
UVW TBD
Cargo Capacity TBD
Box Size TBD
Exterior Length Open TBD
Exterior Length Closed TBD
Exterior Closed Height TBD
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Fantastic Create-A-Breeze Roof Vent 75.00
20,000 BTU w/Electronic Ignition 178.00
Power Front Jack 95.00
Carbon Monoxide Detector 25.00
Shipping: Pickup In Orlando: 895.00
Documentation Fee 150.00
Quote Price 12,959.00
* Canada Residents Add $395. Processing Fee.
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Old 09-18-2015, 08:41 PM   #13
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Well, we've returned from our first trip in the new camper and I winterized it today for storage. I tried to post pictures of the interior of the camper, as well as the water heater, pump, etc., but just cannot seem to get the pictures into my posting. I get through "Manage Attachments," "Choose file," to desktop where I dragged the photos on my computer, choose the picture and select 'Upload," but that's as far as it goes. No pictures appear in my reply. Don't know what I'm not doing right. I am definitely not a computer geek, and would welcome suggestions for getting photos into a thread.

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Old 09-18-2015, 08:54 PM   #14
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I wanna see your pics. Try clicking on Advanced, enter text, then click browse, find your computer picture file. Click on pic you choose then the file .jpg should show up next to the browse button and below you go on to post you pic/comment.
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Old 09-19-2015, 12:11 AM   #15
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Kdot, after choosing you picture do you click on "open" first and then upload?
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Old 09-19-2015, 08:01 AM   #16
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DobeFanatic, Mzac, I've just spent close to an hour trying to get pictures into my text with no luck. At no point am I given an "Open" option. I can click on Choose and Upload, but nothing appears in my reply. If I click on Upload, the number of the picture appears at the top of a list of attachments but not in the text and, if I don't click on something right away, the picture number disappears from the list and I'm back to the beginning.

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Old 09-19-2015, 08:04 AM   #17
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Well, as can be seen above, a picture got in below my comment about not being able to get a picture in. I don't know how, but I'll keep fooling around with it. The picture shows the dinette end of the trailer. The table is smaller, works just fine for two people. The cassette toilet is in the right foreground.

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Old 09-19-2015, 08:08 AM   #18
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This picture shows the microwave, now oriented to the door side of the cabinet. There are now two drawers in the cabinet:
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OK, it appears that I can do this one picture at a time. So, I'll keep doing this until I get all the pictures submitted, or figure out how to get them all into just one reply. This next picture shows two drawers under the sink cabinet. The water pump has been moved toward the rear of the unit and is now under the bunk. A later picture will show that.
The next picture (if this works) shows the interior of the area under the driver's side dinette seat. The two low-point drains are located in the center of the picture. Easily accessible.
The next picture shows the hot water heater to the right of the stuff shown in the last picture. The valves are also easily accessible.
The next picture shows the water pump and water filter. It's located under the driver's side bunk. Unlike the A122 arrangement, the filter cartridge is really easy to get at.
Finally, the last picture shows a small mod that we made to the camper. The four shelves on the back of the door are easy to install. As the door material is a really thin piece of metal, the shelves won't support a lot of weight, but they work for us for little stuff like dog leashes, flashlight, dog-doo pick up plastic bags, etc.
Altogether, there are about 7 drawers in the A213, two under the microwave, two under the night stand between the bunks, two under the sink, and a large one under the driver's side bunk, in front of the water filter, etc.

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OK, I guess the pics got in. Now, if I can just figure out how to get the text between the pics and still stay in one reply form.....
By the way, if anyone tries to put those shelves on the door on the A122S, be sure to locate them so that the cabinet door under the dinette isn't blocked by them. Ask me how I know that.
Thanks for all the advice on the pictures business. Hope this is helpful.

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