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Old 03-17-2013, 07:48 PM   #11
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That is funny ya we didn't make it up to regina to look at one, so we are just going off Internet pics and the sabre we looked at in Moose Jaw couple weeks ago at the minards show. She also mentioned that I was the second person that inquired about 7000lb axles. I guess we should have discussed our precise with each other first so we see who got took worse lol.
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Old 03-17-2013, 08:16 PM   #12
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Pictures in the pamphlet do not do it justice. Goto youtube and search for the Sierra there are some great videos and walkthroughs on the unit.
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Old 03-17-2013, 08:19 PM   #13
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Ya I think I have watched every video and looked at every picture available. Lol
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Old 03-17-2013, 08:46 PM   #14
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Glad you guys are paying attention to the axle issue. Congrats on the purchases! I know you all will be happy with these rigs!!!!
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Yes I also got the "they are not necessary"story when I requested them.
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Yes I also got the "they are not necessary"story when I requested them.
I love it when they try to up sale, then you get to that point and you hear that!
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Congrats on your 2014 Sierra 365saq. You did load it up pretty good. The regrets will vanish as soon as you start enjoying all the amenities your new camper has to offer.
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Hey medik do you have the fridge in the kitchen or still in its own cubby outside of the kitchen? I am just wondering what they have done with the space that they used to use for the outside fridge? I don't see any extra cupboards or drawers inside and they got rid of the door on the outside so I am curious if there is just a big open hole in the back corner of the kitchen.
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Hey medik do you have the fridge in the kitchen or still in its own cubby outside of the kitchen? I am just wondering what they have done with the space that they used to use for the outside fridge? I don't see any extra cupboards or drawers inside and they got rid of the door on the outside so I am curious if there is just a big open hole in the back corner of the kitchen.
Mine is in its own little cubby hole on the outside of the camper near the speakers. It is underneath the kitchen counter in the corner. I believe on a few, that area is now an entertainment area with TV and speakers. I prefer to have my fridge there. Also, it may have had something to do with the air being able to circulate around the fridge in that cabinet.
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Ya I am curious on that I don't see the little door there anymore in the outside. I just might have to wait and see when mine comes in. That could be a big area of unused storage.
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