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Old 10-23-2015, 11:29 AM   #51
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Ok sorry for prolonging this topic. The grill that came with the Flagstaff did not include a hose or connector. Does the propane supply on 5th wheel have a hose that stretches and connects to grill?

Yep, the hose should definitely have been included.


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Old 10-24-2015, 06:55 AM   #52
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Are wheels on the 8528 alum or steel? Also how often do you have to add air with nitrogen? Where can you get nitrogen?
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Old 10-24-2015, 07:00 AM   #53
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Are wheels on the 8528 alum or steel? Also how often do you have to add air with nitrogen? Where can you get nitrogen?
Your jumping all over asking the Same Qs? Youroo!!
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Old 01-16-2016, 11:43 AM   #54
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We love our 2015 8528 IKWS. Our biggest complaint is about the lack of heat in the living room and way too much heat in the bathroom. I don't know if Flagstaff/Rockwood addressed this in the 2016 or not. I hope you enjoy your trailer as much as we do. Happy Camping
We have had ours for almost 2 months and love the space, good size shower/bath and walk around bed. We too have the "blast furnace" bath and bed with cold living. Don't know if it is the long run (also feeds the pass through),fact that there are so many windows or the gaps in the slides. To help in the living area, as long as you have electric, we hook up a 110v Heat Stream thermostat controlled small portable heater 1500 watt. Nice because it is not loud, has a temp control and will shut off when not needed. Plug in at the end of the island and blows on the recliners and will rotate if you need it toward the sofa.

We have another problem, our awning leaks all along the seam that the metal shroud is "stitched to". Got an appointment to see a service dealer but don't know what is going to happen. Warrant manager Roger Beiler at Forest River said to use Beeswax on the seam until we can get it fixed. Heavy rains and storms due tomorrow so I guess we'll test that theory. Anyone else had this problem?
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We have had ours 8528 RLIKWS for almost 2 months and love the space, good size shower/bath and walk around bed. We too have the "blast furnace" bath and bed with cold living. Don't know if it is the long run (also feeds the pass through),fact that there are so many windows or the gaps in the slides. To help in the living area, as long as you have electric, we hook up a 110v Heat Stream thermostat controlled small portable heater 1500 watt. Nice because it is not loud, has a temp control and will shut off when not needed. Plug in at the end of the island and blows on the recliners and will rotate if you need it toward the sofa.

We have another problem, our awning leaks all along the seam that the metal shroud is "stitched to". Got an appointment to see a service dealer but don't know what is going to happen. Warranty manager Roger Beiler at Forest River said to use Beeswax on the seam until we can get it fixed. Heavy rains and storms due tomorrow so I guess we'll test that theory. Anyone else had this problem?

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Old 01-17-2016, 07:56 AM   #56
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My wife and I purchased the same model. After two trips and some very minor warranty repairs. ( two small water leaks and lose screws etc etc ) we couldn't be happier. Our dealers service after the sale is awesome. Sales team still checking on our satisfaction and even the Manager has checked on us to ask how they could improve,,,, great team great people


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