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Old 02-18-2018, 12:03 AM   #1
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How many Geo pro / epro owners are out there

How many Geo pro owners re out there, what models do yo have ?
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Old 02-19-2018, 12:13 PM   #2
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I think you are the only one! LOL
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Old 02-26-2018, 07:48 PM   #4
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just bought E-Pro E16BH

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Old 02-27-2018, 08:00 AM   #5
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We just got our EPRO19FD.

Perfect for the two of us, and one so-called dog.

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Old 02-27-2018, 08:14 PM   #6
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Just picked my 19fbs three days ago. I'm doing a few mods to it, but am really surprised at how well it is designed. I'm moving up from a 16' Casita (which I loved), so this RV feels huge inside.
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We liked the layout. The model has everything we needed. And, perfect weight. May I ask what mods are you adding?
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Old 02-28-2018, 11:12 AM   #8
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Just picked my 19fbs three days ago. I'm doing a few mods to it, but am really surprised at how well it is designed. I'm moving up from a 16' Casita (which I loved), so this RV feels huge inside.
Picking up my 19FBS in a couple months. I'm also curious as to what mods you are gonna be doing.
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Old 03-01-2018, 08:04 AM   #9
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We liked the layout. The model has everything we needed. And, perfect weight. May I ask what mods are you adding?
I'm not doing any major modifications. Today, I lined the front pass thru with OSB plywood to make it more durable. My trips are usually thousands of miles, so I think that I will replace the stock tires. My 19fbs is prewired for solar, so that is next. Added 4" memory foam mattress topper. Added some indirect lighting. Added lighting in front pass thru.
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Old 03-01-2018, 09:35 AM   #10
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I'm not doing any major modifications. Today, I lined the front pass thru with OSB plywood to make it more durable. My trips are usually thousands of miles, so I think that I will replace the stock tires. My 19fbs is prewired for solar, so that is next. Added 4" memory foam mattress topper. Added some indirect lighting. Added lighting in front pass thru.
I've wondered about the stock tires but we do not play anything distance this year. Good idea on the mattress topper. Think we will go for something like that.
I think once we get started other ideas for comfort and convenience will come to mind.

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Old 03-12-2018, 08:03 AM   #11
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We picked up our new 19fbs Saturday, but it looks like we will be taking it back for service. Found a leak that looks like it's coming off the slid-out. The slid-out was not extended...
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We picked up our new 19fbs Saturday, but it looks like we will be taking it back for service. Found a leak that looks like it's coming off the slid-out. The slid-out was not extended...


Had the slide been out at any point during foul weather? We have found the top of the slide will hold some water if not wiped down; which will then migrate into the cabin when closing.
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Had the slide been out at any point during foul weather? We have found the top of the slide will hold some water if not wiped down; which will then migrate into the cabin when closing.
No, it was extended when the service crew washed it, but that was Friday. The slide was retracted after the wash and remained retracted the whole time.

Thanks for the info though - I'll keep that in mind...
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No, it was extended when the service crew washed it, but that was Friday. The slide was retracted after the wash and remained retracted the whole time.

Thanks for the info though - I'll keep that in mind...
That is what happened to us, as well. On another w/e trip with some rain I closed the slide without wiping off excess water & the floor got wet as a result (I'm talking a cup or two of water max). I would like to install a slide topper at some point which will prevent this & also mitigate debris & leaves building up.
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You can't go wrong with a slide topper they are an install most folks can do if they have some hand tools and a friend or two. You may still get a little of the wind driven water but nothing like you are talking about and no pine needles
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Lee here from SE MA. Just purchased a 2018 E-Pro E19FD. Just brought it home 3/5/18, its now covered with 18 of snow. Will be towing with a 2017 Honda Ridgeline. Our first TT. Had older class A&C many years ago.
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Old 06-18-2018, 09:55 PM   #18
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Weve owned a G16BH since April. Its been on 3 outings with 4 more calendared. The full, dry bath in this little trailer was great floor planning IMO.
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Just picked up our E19FD a couple weeks ago
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E Pro 19DD

Delivered last fall, 2 trips so far with no major problems. Moved down fro 25 ft and really like the smaller size...easy to tow, park etc. I really like my Furrion observation camera, easy to install with the prewire already done.
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