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Old 06-08-2014, 10:12 PM   #1
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About ready to pull the trigger on a new 2608WS. Any thoughts good or bad? We have been to look but the two closest dealers are 100 and 130 miles away so we will porbably commit to a deal via phone or email. Just dont want any surpires on things I may have overlooked. One thing that hit me tonight is is 2608WS well appointed with 120 volt plugs and are there enough light switches on the wall. These are a couple of things that I have enjoyed with my current trailer that I dont want to give up. Any other little things? Thanks
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Old 06-09-2014, 09:05 AM   #2
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We have been to look but the two closest dealers are 100 and 130 miles away so we will porbably commit to a deal via phone or email.
Where do you live?
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Well, since no 2608 folks are responding, I'll wade in. We have the 2608's sister ship, the 2604. We love ours. It has so much room for a trailer under 30 feet and storage galore.
I, too, liked the front galley, but in the end it was the separate seating areas that sold us on the 2604. The defining similarity is the walk-through bath. This eliminates wasted space (no hall) and provides for a spacious linen closet, a good thing, but could create issues with access to the bedroom, a bad thing.
So, if you don't want to walk through the bathroom every time you go to the bedroom, pass on this trailer. Everything else on this unit is a winner.
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Old 06-10-2014, 10:27 PM   #5
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We love ours. A lot of light switches but only a couple on the wall. It's a fatastic trailer with a lot of storage and room and easy to pull.
You won't be disappointed!!
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Thanks for all your responses. Made the commitment to buy last night.
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