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Old 04-22-2012, 12:56 PM   #21
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Just make it twice as wide as you think and twice as long as you think you need. You won't regret it and will no doubt use it all and wish it was larger.
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Old 04-22-2012, 01:56 PM   #22
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Just make it twice as wide as you think and twice as long as you think you need. You won't regret it and will no doubt use it all and wish it was larger.
Thatís my way of thinking too but my little chubby piggy bank is a whiner.
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Old 04-22-2012, 09:16 PM   #23
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Thanks for the help wbdvt.
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Old 05-06-2012, 06:55 PM   #24
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Made the trip up to RVW in Ohio on Saturday to finally pick up the new camper. Everything looked fine during our walk through and couldn't find any issues, camper was clean and ready to go. On the way home we decided to spend the night at a KOA in Tennessee and the camper performed perfect. A couple small issues we noticed after camper were a hum/whistle noise from the tv (regardless of power source or connections) and a pin hole leak in the gray water flexible line near the connection to the tank under the camper.

I passed on the stabilizer hitch, but even with 350+ miles the camper pulled great with just a standard hitch. No issues with sway and managed about 12-13 mpg.

Experience with RVW was great, although I was a little upset when I discovered the extra 1-year warranty card was not in the paperwork when I got home. I should have checked before we left the dealer, but took their word on it that it was in there. I did find a scan of the form on this site from another member, so I will just print it out and send in with the $150 check.
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Smitty75- glad to hear you had a good experience with RVW. I ordered my 2109S from them also. It is supposed to be built 5/24. I'll be heading to Ohio from Minnesota to pick it up in June. I already printed out the 2nd year warranty sheet. Happy camping this summer!
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Old 05-07-2012, 08:43 PM   #26
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I custom ordered a 2109S a few months back, and took delivery a month ago. I priced that model everywhere, including RV Wholesalers. I got mine for significantly less $ from Wana RV in Shipshewana, IN. Google it, you'll find it. The experience was fine -- good family run business. They seem to be an up and comer in the discount RV business. It appears to me that they are moving a lot of units.
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Old 05-08-2012, 10:10 AM   #27
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Where do you get your service done if it needs warranty work?
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Where do you get your service done if it needs warranty work?
The need for warranty work hasn't arisen as yet, but I believe that Wana RV says about the same thing as RVW, that warranty work is performed by your nearby Rockwood dealer.
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All that bought a 2109S - did you get one or two keys for the door? I only got one and before I could get another made, it broke (not in lock). I had to order precut ones from RVlocksandmore. I have a thread started on it.
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All that bought a 2109S - did you get one or two keys for the door? I only got one and before I could get another made, it broke (not in lock). I had to order precut ones from RVlocksandmore. I have a thread started on it.
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