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Old 08-15-2007, 08:47 AM   #11
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In my short TT experience with 3 little ones potty training, a pregnant wife, a husband that likes to drink beer (thats me) and a 100 yd walk to the shower house about a 1000 gal black tank, 1500 gal grey tank and we have water hook up. Just kidding. ours are about 40ish gal each and that seems pretty standard in a small camper which works fine for us. The little ones use it the wife uses it sparingly and i use it rarely, plus for $9 they will pump it out. We have been there for almost 2 weeks and they have pumped it twice. Mainly what we fill up is the grey water, our children wash there hands alot and my wife can't go to the shower house when I am at work and leave the three little ones ( twins girls 2 yrs old and a son 3) so she showers in there.
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Old 08-15-2007, 12:40 PM   #12
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Old 08-15-2007, 01:01 PM   #13
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Old 08-15-2007, 10:35 PM   #14
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Ours has a 36 gal grey tank and a 27 gal black tank. we have never filled the black tank, figure it should last a week. grey tank on the other hand will last us only a day and a half, we're not very good at water conservation.
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Old 08-31-2007, 06:08 AM   #15
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Ok, Here's the facts!

Hello all!!
I just thought I would clear up any confusion as to what is the Patriot edition Grey wolf 26BH! There is a dealer in Omaha NE called A.C. Nelson that is buying in volume to get a great price from Forest river. The dealership is who is making them into the "Patriot editions". There are two versions of the patriot edition. The patriot edition one comes with just basic equipment, A/C, stove, no oven, no jacks or spare tire and they are a true cut down version! Made for those who do not have alot of money to spend. You can buy this version from them for $125.00 a month, around $10,500(their advertised price before haggling). Then there is the Patriot edition two which is the much better version which comes with a/c, stove w/oven, large refrig/freezer, leveling jacks, spare tire with cover, Two oversized chairs, small American flags for a window display on the outside of the camper and Lights for the awning. Their advertised price for the edition 2 is $145.00 a month, $12,995(advertised price before haggling) Both editions only come in one color, the southwest.

The reason I know this is we bought the patriot 2 early this summer from the dealership and we are completely in love with it! The dealership did an excellent job taking care of us showing us everything we wanted to look at before we bought it and also did a complete walk through upon delivery. If anyone likes I can get the exact list of what is included. But that is the story!!
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Old 09-15-2007, 04:56 AM   #16
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Very good and well appreciated information.
Only thing is now I feel jipped.
I paid 13,995 after financing.
I didn't get FREE AWNING LIGHTS!

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Old 09-17-2007, 11:16 PM   #17
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My Cherokee is 2 days old. Pretty excited, but likely won't squeeze in a camping trip this year. I bought mine for $9995!! From a dealer in Green Bay WI. Got it shipped 1100 miles to Minot where I drove 350 miles, across the border, to pick it up. All and all saved $5000CAD on the deal. My family and I have been hanging out in it while it's parked in front of my house. Big upgrade from 17ft hybrid we owned before!
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