Originally Posted by nomad297
With nothing else to do but sit around the house and wish I was out camping in my Windjammer, I thought it would be fun to start a thread to see how many other Winjammer owners frequent this forum. I am interested to know which year and model you have and how happy you are with it. Have you had any problems?
We have a 2016 3029W and love everything about it. The only problem we had was with the iRV 66 entertainment system, but that was so efficiently handled and easily replaced, I dont really consider it a problem.
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Hi 2015/16 30wikss V-Lite. The Windjammer & V-Lite are built on the same Assembly line in Millersburg Indiana. The only difference between the two units is the interior fabrics and colors and the decals on the outside. Flagstaff has upgraded the decals on the outside of the unit from last fall when we went on the factory tour. I like the new graphics which puts it more on par with the windjammers. We went with the V-Lite because We liked the interior colors better. The W3025 is the same floor plan in a windjammer as the Flagstaff 30wikss V-Lite .
Hope this helps Tim
copied this post from Capt. Mike he has good advice on replacing your tires if TT came with C load range tires. I upgraded to Carlisle load range E tires N speed rating = 87 mile/hour most trailer tires have a speed rating of 60-65 mile/hour. As most seasoned RV owners will say 60 to 65 miles/hour is a safe speed to travel at. With the N speed rating at 60 mile/hour you are not running at the max speed rating of the tire.
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Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Franklin County, MO
We have a Windjammer 3008W, 2014 model, that we've probably towed close to 20K miles, with no MAJOR problems. Love the floor plan and the room inside. DO upgrade the tires from the load range C tires that come on the trailer. We had a blowout with our load range Cs and then went to load range E. WORLD of DIFFERENCE in how the trailer tows.
Windjammer and V-Lite are both built on the same line. Only difference is interior color/fabric patterns and some cosmetic differences inside and out, but with either trailer, you can't go wrong. I think it is just a matter of personal preference.