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Old 03-30-2015, 06:47 PM   #1
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Talking The Peco' Campers experience

Well we finally picked up our T21QBHW from Peco's campers in Georgia
and we came from out-of-state for this purchase. The staff at Peco's is unbelievably wonderful to deal with I highly recommend them. After picking up our A-frame we left shortly after noon to go to Black Rock Mountain State Park got there 3:00pm, What a week, learning a new camper and the drive up there was awesome. Got to say going from a 27 foot travel trailer to this A
-frame is a wonderful experience specially in towing. I don't think I'll miss our bathroom in the travel trailer, the experience of camping is to get outside and enjoy the scenery and the weather and the walk to the restrooms.
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Old 03-30-2015, 08:45 PM   #2
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We agree. Over the years we bought four campers from PECO. Our newest is the Flagstaff T21HWQB also. Just got back from FDR St. park. Click image for larger version

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Old 03-30-2015, 08:48 PM   #3
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PS, one night of heavy rain and one morning......no leaks.
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I worked for Peco part time for awhile in the service dept, and bought three campers from them. I heard recently they sold out to Campers inn. I haven't been there since to see who is still there. Best folks in the world to work with.
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Jacink; congratulations on your new A. I'm glad to hear that everything went well with Peco Campers as did ours. Have fun and enjoy. By the way how's the fishing On lake Toho? 🎣🎣🎣


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Old 03-31-2015, 12:59 PM   #6
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I agree, Peco campers came highly recommended.
I bought my first TT, flagstaff 21DS. My experience was good and easy.
I highly recommend a trip to Peco, the prices and service can't be beat!
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Glad everything worked out for you. Looks like a great start to a new world of camping.
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Old 03-31-2015, 06:16 PM   #9
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Definite YES to PECO for whatever they are selling. Best deal we found and super easy to work with. They are not like the "used car" type dealer I felt at other places.
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Well for lake Toho going down Highway 192 through Kissimmee is just too much traffic for me, Now for Clermont, it has a few Lakes that is worth it. And yes they are now owned by Campers Inn. Don't know what they were like before but all the staff treated us like royalty.
We did get a hard downpour on our way home so I opened it up when we got home and everything was high and dry.
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