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Old 10-25-2012, 10:58 PM   #31
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My wife and I just bought the 2013 VLITE 30 WTBSS and we love it. It sleeps 9 and has a bunk room at the nose for the kids. We have 5 kids so its very roomy and no crouding. Congrats its a great unit.
Congrats. We love ours too. The only difference I have seen in our later 2012 model and the 2013 is graphics and removal of door from master bedroom and added door to bathroom. Let me know how you like it.
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Old 10-26-2012, 03:07 AM   #32
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I'm not sure about the older model but ours has a sliding pocket door on both the master bedroom and the bunk house. The bathroom has a regular swinging door. This is our first camper so I don't have any other experience to compare to.
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Old 10-27-2012, 02:14 PM   #33
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Just saw the 2013 30WIKSS Flagstaff 2013 30WIKSS at the dealer. It has 3 slides 2 left and 1 right. An island in the kitchen. Very nice unit. Weighs 7550 lbs.

We are still very happy with out 2012 WFKSS. Just finished our 2nd long trip (1661 Miles each trip). Now going to concentrate in Fla. State Parks.
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Old 11-04-2012, 09:39 PM   #34
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We have a 2012 30 WFKSS... had it since Feb. And love it. We put a couple thousand miles on it this year and plan to do a big western trip next year. Love the kitchen and the lazyboys.
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Old 11-05-2012, 12:38 AM   #35
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Hi dville v-lite,

We have the same model, but without the recliners....how do they do for space? We have the small swivel rockers, but would have preferred the recliners....just wondered how they do for size. Are they regular size recliners or "trailer size" (usually about 3/4 to 4/5 regular size)? Might be too big anyway, as when traveling, we have a small Haier washing machine, and a charming spinner spin dryer that we "lash" in with the chairs and lamp table. Even so, still loving this V Lite .


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Old 11-05-2012, 07:03 AM   #36
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Hi dville v-lite,

We have the same model, but without the recliners....how do they do for space? We have the small swivel rockers, but would have preferred the recliners....just wondered how they do for size. Are they regular size recliners or "trailer size" (usually about 3/4 to 4/5 regular size)? Might be too big anyway, as when traveling, we have a small Haier washing machine, and a charming spinner spin dryer that we "lash" in with the chairs and lamp table. Even so, still loving this V Lite .


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Recliners are great... Regular size... not the big overstuffed ones. They work out very well, I don't think they take much more space than the swivel rockers. I'm 240 lbs. and very comfortable in them. Enjoy yours
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Old 12-02-2012, 03:32 PM   #37
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I have enjoyed my V-Lite 30WRLTS. The reat living area with opposing slides makes a nice size room. I have pulled it a few miles since we got it in April 2010. People are amazed and want to see the v nose that is our bedroom closet. They also want to know how well my half ton Silverado does pulling it. I tell them I have pulled it to Pittsburg, PA and then across the state to Lancaster and then home. I average 9.5 miles per gallon. I have no complaints. Flagstaff was great when I had to send it back to IN for a design flaw. the side panel cracked when a weld over the slide broke. Enjoy, I do!
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That is about the same MPG I get. We have towed our 30WKFSS to Chatham VA and back and to Asheville, NC and back with my 2011 Sierra 1500. Wife loves the kitchen in the V-Nose. Puts it out of the traffic pattern.

We have loved it so far. For the next year we are going to hit Florida State and County parks.
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