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Old 11-06-2012, 07:01 PM   #1
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Smile In the process of buying a 2013 wildcat 344QB

Hello my name is Mike I am new to this forum just joined. I purchased my first TT used on my own and it has treated my family well. I now want to upgraded to a FW and the 344QB has a good lay out for us. The door for the master bedroom is odd but its all right, and the rolling island will help with the counter space and coffee pot getting a hide a bed put in the bunkroom. But the dealer asked if I would like the trailer winterized it would be done before I do the PDI in 2 weeks. So I will not have running water in the trailer when I go to check it out to see the sinks, shower,toilet and water heater work. I would like to know sum oppions on that, I could winterize myself always done my trailer before.
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Old 12-31-2012, 11:58 AM   #2
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nice choice, we got the 2012 because we like the layout better
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