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Old 01-10-2016, 09:36 AM   #1
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38FB2 Cedar Creek vs Riverstone

I see the new Riverstone has the same 38FB2 floor plan as the Ceder Creek 38FB2. I read the literature that is available on the website without much luck. Does anyone know what the differences are?
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Old 01-10-2016, 09:50 AM   #2
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The River Stone might be a wider coach, has 8,000lb axels, 17.5 inch H rated tires, disc brakes, a water manifold system plus the waste management system plus some I forget right now.
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It also has Goodyear 16 ply tires. 17.5 H rated


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I think is has 3" walls, and probably a hefty price tag, lol
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Looks like the difference is $30-40k.
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if you ca do a walk thru of both somewhere you will probably see the difference in quality/ storage and such. we have a surveyor 5th wheel and when we walk thru other 5th wheels with the same floorplan but made by other companies we see the difference in the finishing/quality etc.
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The RiverStone is a luxury coach; it has full body paint, wide body with 3 1/2" walls with more insulation, 8k axles with 17.5" wheels and H rated Goodyear tires, disc brakes, wider entry door, water management system, on-demand tankless water heater, induction cooktop, standard two air conditioners, third air is an option, convection/microwave, Jensen theatre-style stereo w/Bluetooth, Bose sound system, La-Z-Boy furniture, Dyson cordless vacuum, built in surge guard, cedar lined cabinet in closet. Battery compartment can hold four batteries, 6-point auto leveling system, 42,000 BTU furnace, 50 amp power shoreline reel, digital wireless observation system, dual 40# Lp tanks, Aluminum 4 step entry, and keyless entry. This is not a complete list, but is the best I can do from memory. There is also a "step-up" Cedar Creek coming out that is called a Cedar Creek Champaign Edition.
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I see the new Riverstone has the same 38FB2 floor plan as the Ceder Creek 38FB2. I read the literature that is available on the website without much luck. Does anyone know what the differences are?
The Riverstone is Forest River's top of the line 5th wheel. A lot of upgraded differences throughout the unit. Forest River intends for the Riverstone to go head-to-head with Mobile Suites I believe.
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Nice rig reguardless
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I'll have to win the power ball jackpot to afford one


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