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Old 04-24-2015, 10:15 PM   #1
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New rig

Just picked up a 2015 365 saq, we are so pumped, 3 years of camping and finally got the dream camper, best floor plan out there Click image for larger version

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Old 04-25-2015, 06:16 AM   #2
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Very nice
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Old 04-25-2015, 06:17 AM   #3
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Congrats & enjoy!!!!!!!!
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Old 04-25-2015, 07:21 AM   #4
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Beautiful rig. Looks a little low in the front in the picture.
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Old 04-25-2015, 07:29 AM   #5
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Thanks guys, old coot it squatted me a couple of inches, truck was on the overloads, need to get my bags put on and that should do the trick. Curt hitch was on the highest setting, pin box has one more set of holes to raise front if I need, also need to get to level parking lot but it was a long enough day yesterday


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Thanks guys, old coot it squatted me a couple of inches, truck was on the overloads, need to get my bags put on and that should do the trick. Curt hitch was on the highest setting, pin box has one more set of holes to raise front if I need, also need to get to level parking lot but it was a long enough day yesterday
Understand, and the excitement of a new trailer adds to the length of the day. Your mind goes on overload with all the information thrown at you and just the overall newness of everything from the rig to the towing experience. I was sure glad we only had to tow across town when we got our new one in 2012. Couldn't wait to get it home but didn't want to hurry and mess something up also.

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Old 04-25-2015, 07:47 AM   #7
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Yes definitely a lot of excitement, traded in our second bumper pull, this is the rig we have always wanted, nothing ever came close to this floor plan, got the truck last summer and finally got the trailer for it. No comparison to how they pull, could not believe how well mannered a fifth wheel is, I own my own semi and this thing tracks better then my KENWORTH, but anyway the kiddos were beat so we came home and parked it for now


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Congrats on your Sierra! Looks great!
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Old 04-25-2015, 06:06 PM   #9
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Congrats Jerky, we picked up our 371REBH today too!
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Thanks guys, congrats on the 371 leathernek, these things are the cats meow
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Congrats on the 365! Like you said, best floorplan out there for those of us with kids. Absolutely love ours! Here's to many years of happy camping!!!
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Congrats on the 365! Like you said, best floorplan out there for those of us with kids. Absolutely love ours! Here's to many years of happy camping!!!

You said it golfmedik, you the kiddos are gonna love their room, they've already picked out their bunks, they're 8 and 5 and have big ideas for their space, shAke down will be in three weeks if not in the driveway before, they were not real sure which drain went into which tank, anyone know for sure?????
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You said it golfmedik, you the kiddos are gonna love their room, they've already picked out their bunks, they're 8 and 5 and have big ideas for their space, shAke down will be in three weeks if not in the driveway before, they were not real sure which drain went into which tank, anyone know for sure?????
On my '12 the front outlet drains the front shower/sink (grey) and front toilet (black) the rear outlet drains the kitchen sink (galley), outside sink (grey), and back bathroom sink and toilet (black)
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Thanks dirt farmer, I'm sure there hasn't been any changes, I'll prolly have to test each one out with a bucket to see what goes where
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Thanks dirt farmer, I'm sure there hasn't been any changes, I'll prolly have to test each one out with a bucket to see what goes where
That is the way mine is plumbed as well.
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Thanks golfmedik, I will post back my results when I figure it out, had to go make some money


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