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Old 10-13-2014, 11:23 PM   #891
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Old 10-13-2014, 11:41 PM   #892
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I'll give it a try thanks big john
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Old 10-21-2014, 01:49 PM   #894
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wildcat question on hitch weight rating

Chris just bought a 2012 WC sterling 32RL can you tell me what the tongue weight rating is on the factory receiver hitch
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Chris just bought a 2012 WC sterling 32RL can you tell me what the tongue weight rating is on the factory receiver hitch
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Chris isn't with us anymore. He has a new position with another manufacturer. Unless I've missed it, so far his replacement has not joined us here. Chris helped out on his own time and his own choosing. The new guy may choose not to.

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Chris just bought a 2012 WC sterling 32RL can you tell me what the tongue weight rating is on the factory receiver hitch
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This is what I found on Spec.
2012 Forest River Wildcat Sterling Edition 32RL Trailer : Reviews, Prices and Specs : RV Guide
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Old 10-22-2014, 09:52 PM   #897
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CHRIS....
I have a 2007 Wildcat 30RLBS West Coast Edition 5th Wheel (new to me 1 month plus).
In the 30RLBS Wildcat information brochure the tank sizes are stated as:
Fresh 43 gal
Black 37 gal
Gray 37 gal
As my unit has 2 gray tanks are they 37 gal "each" or ?
Yes, there are 2 gray water dump valves and 1 black.
Kitchen sink is one, the bath sink and shower is the other.
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OK.... I have had a visual on my tanks.... Had to repair some (factory) sliced wires.
All 4 of my tanks are the 'same' size.... All are : 37 us gallons each, not as listed on the paper work.

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THIS JUST IN....
OK.... I have had a visual on my tanks.... Had to repair some (factory) sliced wires.
All 4 of my tanks are the 'same' size.... All are : 37 us gallons each, not as listed on the paper work.

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... and with 6 gallons in your water heater, your 37 gallons in your fresh water tank adds to a total of 43 gallons of fresh water capacity.
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Help! Bought a 2010 wildcat 5er a couple of months ago. Older couple we bought from put very little mileage on it, less than 3,000 miles and excellent care and parked it due to health conditions. We took it out for the first time and stopped to check things out and notice one of rear hubs were hot. Pulled in at a Camping World and they replace wheel bearings and we bought a tire monitoring system and paid for install, which we realized did not work after we were on the road. Camped overnight, on way home we were flagged down by another driver and pulled over. That same wheel was about to fall off. Had a tow escort while we pulled off wheel and chained axle and limped to a tire shop. As now it sits there, unable to find discontinued brake drum. Camping World said they would pay for repair and towing and refund install fee for monitor. That's great but can't find parts and now reading horror stories about axles, bearings and tires going out. We only drove 110 miles when the replacement bearings disintegrated. Trying to contact original dealer, left calls to Forest River, just need help on what direction to go. Great fear that this thing is just going to self destruct. Not a happy camper.
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