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Old 07-10-2012, 09:05 PM   #1
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Flagstaff hard side toy hauler questions

We are thinking seriously about getting a 2012 Flagstaff T12SDTH and have a few questions.

Are the stabilizers mounted to the trailer or do they have to be stored when towing?

Does the hot water heater have the electric heating option in addition to the gas?

Does the entry door have a screen door?

The Rockwood model is the A127TH and I believe it is identical.

Also if anyone has good or bad opinions of these trailers please share. Thanks.
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Old 07-11-2012, 12:10 AM   #2
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We are thinking seriously about getting a 2012 Flagstaff T12SDTH and have a few questions.

Are the stabilizers mounted to the trailer or do they have to be stored when towing?

Does the hot water heater have the electric heating option in addition to the gas?

Does the entry door have a screen door?

The Rockwood model is the A127TH and I believe it is identical.

Also if anyone has good or bad opinions of these trailers please share. Thanks.
No electric heater option on that heater I don't think

No screen door except by mod (search Hamguy for his screen door mod)

I think u are right, models are the same between brands.

Overall love my a126, but can't speak to the toy hauler models so I'll leave that to those with better information. Most however will agree these units are best for couples, or only couples with one or two kiddos.
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Old 07-11-2012, 12:31 AM   #3
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Thanks for the info. I read through all the popup posts and it looks like I would have the Coolcat heatpump airconditioner which would provide electric heat down for temperatures down to the mid thirties. After that, the 20,000 BTU LP gas furnace would need to be used.

It's just my wife and I and out 1yr old lab Pinkerton.
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Old 07-11-2012, 05:58 PM   #4
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Well, I have the a127th, and we love it. We just took our first trip in it and it worked well for our needs.

The stableizers are mounted to the frame.

In the owners manual for the water heater, it looks like it depends on the water heater, mine doesn't work off of 110volt, but it looks like an option for a higher end heater, model sw6de or sw6dem.

No screen door, but an easy mod.

I just posted about our trip with some pics if you want to check it out.
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Old 07-12-2012, 02:24 PM   #5
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I have the Flagstaff T12SDTH - love it!
No screen door, but easy enough to remedy with simple mod.
My water heater is gas & stabilizers are on under the deck as well as the back of the unit.
Glad to see I am no longer the only one with the toy hauler deck on the A-frame...eill be nice to share experiences with regard to the deck.
I am off to dog show this weekend - will take a photo with it loaded to show why we went with this model. LOL
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