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Old 12-12-2013, 04:28 PM   #531
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Yep, let's just hope we never have to replace that awning.... If so we'll wish we had the shorter one.
Shhhh, don't speak.

It makes you unattractive.
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Old 12-12-2013, 04:56 PM   #532
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shhhh, don't speak.

It makes you unattractive.
lol!!!
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Old 12-14-2013, 04:26 AM   #533
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Sabre Sam,

I have a 2013 32bhok that has been in the shop now for 3 months. The original main issue was that the dinette slide was scuffing the floor at the back end as it went in and out. Dealer has replaced the linoleum and carpet which were both damaged. He says they have tried all adjustments that they know how to make, but can not get it stop dragging on the floor. We like the camper in general, but this has become very frustrating. Can the factory help out? This is not normal is it? It is still under warranty.

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Old 12-15-2013, 01:06 PM   #534
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Model 33bhok-6

I learned the 33BHOK-6 will not have a sink in the outside kitchen. They placed a shower close to the outside kitchen instead. This was really disappointing, especially given the price. So I'm now expanding my search, including the 34TBOK-6 and MODEL 35QSIK-6.

I'm looking at 1 ton trucks because here in Mn the registration and plate fees run $500 - $600 cheaper annually.

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Old 12-15-2013, 03:36 PM   #535
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We use the sink in our outside kitchen more than anything else out there- though it's all use pretty often (even the microwave which I laughed at the ridiculousness of! We use it often).
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Old 12-15-2013, 03:42 PM   #536
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Yeah, id agree. I use the sink on our 34tbok often. But equally as much, I like using the spray nozzle to rinse out my cast iron and other equipment that has been in the fire or coals. I'm sure is learn to use the spray wand and a wash tub, but why? Plus, it's great for my kids to step up and wash hands without tracking in the camper.

This is one item, I hope they see right away, that needs to stay how it was.
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Thats why we ruled out the primetime Crusader 360, the '14 don't have sinks. We like the fact that the sabres also have the outside stove- most others only have grilles. We had both and the sink and micro in our puma, so we want the same again. ( we kept the grille from our puma when it totaled, so I have that for our 36qbok when we order it.
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Kaschults- the 36qbok fully loaded was only about $3k more than a 35qsik when we were comparing models and pricing. And not a whole lot of weight difference. Just another idea!
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Thats why we ruled out the primetime Crusader 360, the '14 don't have sinks. We like the fact that the sabres also have the outside stove- most others only have grilles. We had both and the sink and micro in our puma, so we want the same again. ( we kept the grille from our puma when it totaled, so I have that for our 36qbok when we order it.
I do wish we had the bumper mounted grill like the Sierra/Sandpipers have.
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I use the outside sink a lot, what a bummer
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