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Old 08-03-2009, 10:32 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Enjoying our new Wildwood 403FB

Since its arrival in April, we have been enjoying our 403FB. It provides enough space to spend time at our seasonal campsite comfortably. The queen bed provides a night's sleep; the bathroom is roomy; the living room, with its flat screen TV, electric fireplace and hideabed sofa is very nice. The kitchen has a four burner stove, oven and microwave and gives us all the conveniences of home. The residential size refrigerator and pantry lets us stock up on food. Finally, the bunk room is great for overnight guests. We've been camping for over 25 years--in tents, popups and travel trailers. While each of those was fun, this trailer really feels like home.
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Old 08-24-2009, 08:29 PM   #2
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I'm looking at this model for next year. I purchased my first trailer this year and got a seasonal site. I cannot WAIT to get up there every weekend. Everyone is so wonderful. They barely laughed when I said I wanted to upgrade already lol. Two of my nearby neighbors have the 403fb and I just LOVE it. I realized I need more space, and space is surely what you get with this model.

Glad you are liking it!
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Old 08-24-2009, 11:23 PM   #3
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Great trailer, we have the Salem 403FB which we got July 16/09 which we really enjoy. One issue we had was with the trundle bed. Our 6 year old grand daughter was sleeping on it and got her leg stuck because there only is a 6 inch wide piece or 1/8 plywood at the back wall with the back rest down and the gap is big enough for the little legs to get stuck. I removed the 6 inch piece and put a 12 inch piece of plywood in it's place along the back wall. Problem solved
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Old 09-29-2009, 08:13 AM   #4
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Looking at the 403FB

Can anyone give me the pro and cons of the 403fb park model. I want one real bad but just do not know anything on how well they are built. I have a 1999 29 foot fleetwood prowler and it has been just wonderful and now I have 6 grandchildren to share my camper with on weekends and really need to upgrade. Any info will be greatly apprecated.
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Terry in McLeansville, NC
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