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Old 03-20-2019, 06:58 PM   #1
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Our New Flagstaff E-Pro E15TB

Just brought home our new 2020 Flagstaff E-Pro E15TB
Still checking everything out, But so far so good! I'm very pleased with it.
The overall craftsmanship is good. Lots of bells and whistles to play with. Tows very well with our 2012 Toyota Highlander.
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Old 03-21-2019, 08:45 AM   #2
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Congrats and enjoy your 2020 Flagstaff E-Pro E15TB!
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Old 03-21-2019, 10:27 AM   #3
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Awwww! It's so cute!
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Old 03-21-2019, 02:41 PM   #4
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Nice, welcome to the club.
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Old 03-21-2019, 03:08 PM   #5
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Awwww! It's so cute!
"Cute" isn't a term a guy wants used describing his camper!
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Lol. How 'bout this? Your EPro can pull up to my GeoPro to nurse!
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Old 03-21-2019, 03:16 PM   #7
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I think TB means twin bed, one of very few travel trailers that have this sleep configuration.
Congrats, I seriously considered the E-Pro and Geo Pro models while I was e- shopping.
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Old 03-21-2019, 03:50 PM   #8
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I think TB means twin bed, one of very few travel trailers that have this sleep configuration.
Congrats, I seriously considered the E-Pro and Geo Pro models while I was e- shopping.
You are correct. 2 twin beds 31"x74" or can be made into a queen bed 82"x74"
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very nice! Congrats - we just bought an e-pro 19FD. We pick it up this coming Sat and are very excited.
The brand seems to offer a good value for the price and seems pretty well built. Although this is my first ever TT so I really have no idea.
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rzims, search for geo pro epro using the thread search, there's lot of good info posted about our units. Also, print out the PDI checklist on this website. My big issue upon pickup was discovering the black water tank rinse hose going into tank was completely kinked. They put a hose clamp around the kinked section to squeeze it back to round, but I haven't been under there since I picked it up to make sure it is ok. Bring a mechanics creeper and a flashlight with you.
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Welcome. I have a 2018 E Pro 17RK that I have been using and love it. So far no issues. I haven’t emptied the black water tank yet but will do so soon. Hopefully no kinks.
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Welcome. I have a 2018 E Pro 17RK that I have been using and love it. So far no issues. I havenít emptied the black water tank yet but will do so soon. Hopefully no kinks.
We considered the 17RK but wanted the twin beds and lighter weight. Enjoy your new camper!
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Old 04-11-2019, 08:06 AM   #15
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Awesome floor plan. I have one on order and can't wait until it arrives. Keep us posted on modifications and tweaks.
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Old 04-11-2019, 12:49 PM   #16
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Awesome floor plan. I have one on order and can't wait until it arrives. Keep us posted on modifications and tweaks.
We modified the sleeping arrangement to half king and half twin by adding an 11" piece of plywood the same width of the night stand allowing the use of two of the four back cushions at the head of the bed where our small dog can sleep between us. Which leaves us with two good sized twin beds (30"X74")

Replaced the big table with a smaller fold down table to allow easier in and out of the dinette area and sleeping area at night.

Table is small enough to leave up or take down at night, It's also adjustable in height.

Just roll the sleeping bags up to the back during the day and use them as a back rest. Works good for the two of us! We'll get to try it all out come Easter weekend.
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We modified the sleeping arrangement to half king and half twin by adding an 11" piece of plywood the same width of the night stand allowing the use of two of the four back cushions at the head of the bed where our small dog can sleep between us. Which leaves us with two good sized twin beds (30"X74")

Replaced the big table with a smaller fold down table to allow easier in and out of the dinette area and sleeping area at night.

Table is small enough to leave up or take down at night, It's also adjustable in height.

Just roll the sleeping bags up to the back during the day and use them as a back rest. Works good for the two of us! We'll get to try it all out come Easter weekend.
The table that comes with it is huge and takes up a lot of space. We normally eat outside so I might just leave it at home and bring TV trays. I love the idea of having two adult size sleeping surfaces if I’m out with a buddy and then a larger bed when I’m with my wife. Did you get a Maxxair vent as well as the AC? I do a lot of dry camping and had to order the vent. What is your battery set-up? I’m thinking a pair of 6-volts. Enjoy and update after the Easter shake down.
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Old 04-11-2019, 06:16 PM   #18
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The table that comes with it is huge and takes up a lot of space. We normally eat outside so I might just leave it at home and bring TV trays. I love the idea of having two adult size sleeping surfaces if I’m out with a buddy and then a larger bed when I’m with my wife. Did you get a Maxxair vent as well as the AC? I do a lot of dry camping and had to order the vent. What is your battery set-up? I’m thinking a pair of 6-volts. Enjoy and update after the Easter shake down.
Yes, MaxAir Vent and Vent Cover. The MaxAir is a must if you do any boon-docking and a vent for cooking inside. Was surprised that Flagstaff didn't make it standard.
Also got the Power Jack and Observation Camera.
With the 100 watt solar panel, we'll try it with just one 12V flooded battery and see how it goes.
When does your trailer ship? Get any extras?
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Fully loaded, every option. I don’t get it until the end of next month. I camp in the heat of the summer on an island off of NC. I used a 105 amp hr AGM battery to run the vent all night. That was using a single 100 watt panel. This time I’m doubling both the solar and batteries. Going for 2 - 6 volts and a solar suitcase set-up.
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Fully loaded, every option. I donít get it until the end of next month. I camp in the heat of the summer on an island off of NC. I used a 105 amp hr AGM battery to run the vent all night. That was using a single 100 watt panel. This time Iím doubling both the solar and batteries. Going for 2 - 6 volts and a solar suitcase set-up.
Sounds like you have everything under control. Enjoy!
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