I got the 15K AC also, wasn't that much more cost. I also got the Serta mattress upgrade. I am sure I will still need to add the foam topper as the Serta is still a little bit away from my Tempurpedic at home!!
Welcome also have the SP296 an I am 6'4" and love the headroom, after the first trip I went to the local furniture store and purchased a nice queen mattress and now I sleep better in the camper than at home. The other thing is search on here about the outdoor tv block and order the bracket makes life easier if your going to use the tv outside.
Got her home!! Everything went well at delivery, one screen in the bunk house was bent and missing the rod to open the kitchen shade, nothing serious. Got the Progressive Industries Surge Protector installed Sunday, just waiting for the first trip next weekend, can't wait!
You're gonna love it! How did your tow vehicle do pulling her? Just take your time backing her and have extra eyes watching...I got stubborn and backed mine in to a tree on my blindside and did some minor cosmetic damage...nmade me sick but I just co yu ldnt wait for extra eyes backing in to the site. Lesson learned!
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Steve and Michele Bassett
2014 Surveyor Select SV305
2005 Ford F250 Lariat SuperCab 6.0 TurboDiesel
Congrats on the SP295. I purchased a 2013 SP295 and we love it. Three kids and two dogs. Glad you got the 15k A/C... it'll keep things comfortable through the summer months.
For the size of trailer, it's fairly light on the tongue. While multiple and deeper slide outs are appealing, I can haul it with my 4-wheeler in the p/u bed to deer camp with zero issues (electric brakes, weight dist. hitch and sway control)... with a 1/2 ton truck.
2013 Surveyor Sport SP295
2007 Toyota Tundra SR5 5.7L 4x4