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Old 05-22-2016, 07:05 PM   #11
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Don't know how it happened. Factory replaced the sidewalls. All is good..
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Old 05-22-2016, 07:08 PM   #12
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Factory replaced the sidewalls, very happy with the windjammer... no other problems we love it.
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For us the 3029W was a big step up. Our previous TT was a Jayco X213. That was a sweet little trailer, but just too cramped for us.

Really like the large living area, provided by the opposing slides in the Windjammer. Also like the viewing angle of the TV the seating arrangement provides. And great windows for those killer views.

Our fold out couch does not have an inflatable mattress. Supposed to be memory foam. Even so, has a few uneven spots that lets you know, it's a couch. We have a memory foam topper for it, when needed.

Was reading a thread yesterday about adding a 2nd air conditioner to a Windjammer. Apparently these trailers are a bit large for just the one ( especially in the warmer climates ). I would have to concur. And even if you didn't "need" the 2nd AC, it's really nice to run the one at the other end and duct the cold air to the end you're at. Nice & quiet. So I would recommend that option if it's up for debate.

We are loving ours.

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Old 05-22-2016, 08:16 PM   #14
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Thanks.

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Factory replaced the sidewalls, very happy with the windjammer... no other problems we love it.
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For us the 3029W was a big step up. Our previous TT was a Jayco X213. That was a sweet little trailer, but just too cramped for us.

Really like the large living area, provided by the opposing slides in the Windjammer. Also like the viewing angle of the TV the seating arrangement provides. And great windows for those killer views.

Our fold out couch does not have an inflatable mattress. Supposed to be memory foam. Even so, has a few uneven spots that lets you know, it's a couch. We have a memory foam topper for it, when needed.

Was reading a thread yesterday about adding a 2nd air conditioner to a Windjammer. Apparently these trailers are a bit large for just the one ( especially in the warmer climates ). I would have to concur. And even if you didn't "need" the 2nd AC, it's really nice to run the one at the other end and duct the cold air to the end you're at. Nice & quiet. So I would recommend that option if it's up for debate.

We are loving ours.

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Thank you for your input.
This will be my first travel trailer.
I live in Maine and I've retired so now I want to escape the Maine winters
and become a snowbird.
I had looked at a lot of different makes and models of travel trailers in the
past year and nothing compared in quality to Rockwood.
I've not been in the model I'd like (3029W), but I've seen the floor plans
and some videos from dealerships and believe this is the one for me.
I came upon this forum and joined to see what folks like and dislike about
Rockwood.
So far so good reading most of the posts.
You have a lovely trailer.
Hopefully sometime soon I will too lol.
Again, thanks for your input.

George
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