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Old 07-11-2016, 05:11 PM   #11
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Okay, I have everything set up. Shoot me your contact info and I'll have Brad contact you.

My email is robwilson@mac.com

Need name and email address - first name only will do. Phone if you are willing to share it. Brad will contact you, discuss what you want and then work on your behalf for the right unit and the right price.

I look forward to hearing about your purchase!!

All the best -

Rob
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Old 07-11-2016, 05:47 PM   #12
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Welcome to the forum, 2TR.
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Old 07-14-2016, 07:25 PM   #13
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Bought today

OK Went to Winter Park, FL had a wonderful experience. Bought a Rockwood 2014 M 128S., included the unopened screen porch room and electric jack. Seemed to match what I wanted. Was very surprised how much room this model had and when the roof/walls are down there is a lot of space for bins- blankets etc. on the bed areas. I will lay my bike on the floor for now. Another dealer told me to call Lippert who makes some chassis for RV's, give them the Chassis Vin # and they will give ideas on how to build a bike rack/platform and attach it to the chassis, not the bumper. Stay tuned. I agree the tables in the trailer are too big. Will pull this with 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 6 cylinder 4x drive. Looking forward to Tues 07-26 when we pick it up.
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OK Went to Winter Park, FL had a wonderful experience. Bought a Rockwood 2014 M 128S., included the unopened screen porch room and electric jack. Seemed to match what I wanted. Was very surprised how much room this model had and when the roof/walls are down there is a lot of space for bins- blankets etc. on the bed areas. I will lay my bike on the floor for now. Another dealer told me to call Lippert who makes some chassis for RV's, give them the Chassis Vin # and they will give ideas on how to build a bike rack/platform and attach it to the chassis, not the bumper. Stay tuned. I agree the tables in the trailer are too big. Will pull this with 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 6 cylinder 4x drive. Looking forward to Tues 07-26 when we pick it up.
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