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Old 02-10-2013, 10:25 AM   #341
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Hi Chris, we have a 2012 Wildcat Sterling Edition 29MK.We have had it about 6 months now and still learning about it.We we're told it has cold weather kit could you explain what this is? Also does it have wood or alumimun floor and roof trusses. Also saw your comment on double pane windows are these on our model and reflective barrier on windows.There's so much we don't know about this camper and can't find a brochure on it.BTW in the short time we have owned it we have pulled it over 5000 miles and camped in it about 40 days in over 15 different parks and love it.
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Old 02-10-2013, 08:45 PM   #342
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We also have a 2012 Sterling MK29 and took our first weekend trip last week....we love it!!
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Old 02-13-2013, 01:46 PM   #343
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Hey Chris, arrived at our campground today and found one of the feet (round, flat disc) to the front auto leveling jack gone. My question is two fold. First, is that a part that normally vibrates loose and second, where can I find another?
That is NOT a part that normally comes loose. Let me see if I can get you some more info about the part...
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Hi Chris, we have a 2012 Wildcat Sterling Edition 29MK.We have had it about 6 months now and still learning about it.We we're told it has cold weather kit could you explain what this is? Also does it have wood or alumimun floor and roof trusses. Also saw your comment on double pane windows are these on our model and reflective barrier on windows.There's so much we don't know about this camper and can't find a brochure on it.BTW in the short time we have owned it we have pulled it over 5000 miles and camped in it about 40 days in over 15 different parks and love it.
The Sterling Edition 29MK was built ready for colder weather with a fully enclosed underbelly, ducted heat to the tanks, an insulated upper bath deck, and better insulation than much of our competition. At that time, both the floor and the roof trusses would have been made of wood -- we are now all aluminum in our framing. Dual pane windows are an available option on the Wildcat (including the 29MK), but are not the standard.

I'm glad to hear your 29MK is holding up well! Post a pic of your Wildcat out in the "wild" to our Facebook page sometime!
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Old 02-15-2013, 01:31 AM   #345
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Hey Chris, arrived at our campground today and found one of the feet (round, flat disc) to the front auto leveling jack gone. My question is two fold. First, is that a part that normally vibrates loose and second, where can I find another?
Again, not something normal. Sorry to hear of your issues!

According to our Lippert representative, you are looking for the 9" round footpad - LCI part # 113309

Here is a link to it on the Lippert eCommerce store:
http://store.lci1.com/9-round-foot-pad-p674.aspx
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I just spoke with our wheel supplier and his exact words were "8 lug wheels on Wildcat would be overkill."
I would like the 8 lug like the 2013 model, but I do not like the master layout. I like overkill..
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Hi Chris, I guess I pressed the wrong key. I have a Forest River, Wildcat, 5th wheel, last 7 # of the Sim. V022813.I am looking for the schematics of the hot & cold lines, the drains from: all faucets, hot water tank, fresh water tank, & drain places. I must have missed a place because I had stagnate water in the lines, after I cleaned them out, & I want to put some screws in & I do not want to hit a line. I was also wondering if I could get the serial #, model #, & factory # for the Lippard motor on my rv. Thanking you for your help.
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Hi Chris, I guess I pressed the wrong key. I have a Forest River, Wildcat, 5th wheel, last 7 # of the Sim. V022813.I am looking for the schematics of the hot & cold lines, the drains from: all faucets, hot water tank, fresh water tank, & drain places. I must have missed a place because I had stagnate water in the lines, after I cleaned them out, & I want to put some screws in & I do not want to hit a line. I was also wondering if I could get the serial #, model #, & factory # for the Lippard motor on my rv. Thanking you for your help.
Please send me a private message with your complete contact information, VIN, and Wildcat dealer info and I'll pass this on to my engineering department for further assistance!
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Thanks for the speedy reply. I am new to this forum and don't know how to send you a private message. Can you please be explicit? Thanks again
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