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Old 07-18-2014, 03:19 PM   #1
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Smile 2015 26RR Grey Wolf

Traded in my 2012 19RR for a 2015 26RR. The 19RR was a nice little camper for me and my wife and the Harley to make trips in. She will not ride the bike long distances so this was the way to get to areas and explore with the bike and have a nice home base to return to. It was fine for a few years and then the grand kids are getting old enough to want to go camping also. The 19RR does not have room for extra people. Another thing I hated was stopping along the way on a trip and trying to get around the bike to get into the camper with the door in the back.
The 26RR took care of alot of these issues for us.I love being able to get to everything in the camper even with the bike loaded. The front bed room is nice but when I replace the mattress with a full size queen it doesn't allow much room to walk in the door and around the bed but is do able. I'm 6'5" so the longer mattress was worth it.
The bathroom is much nicer in the 26RR and I can use the toilet without leaving the door open like I had to in the 19RR. I also like the corner shower and don't feel near as crowded as the one in the 19rr.
We have a couple of the zero gravity chairs that we have room to place side by side and they make a great seat to sit and watch TV in the evenings when inside. This same area will allow room for a blow up mattress to sleep a few more.
We have only camped one weekend so far to test things out but in a couple weeks will be having 2 sons a daughter in law and 2 grand kids all staying in it with us for a weekend. We could not have done that in the old 19RR.
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Old 07-18-2014, 03:45 PM   #2
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Congrats on your new toy hauler! We too recently purchased a 2015 26RR. We have only taken it out once but love it. The floor plan is what sold us on it not to mention the price.
We had a couple of small issues but nothing that I couldn't fix with little effort.

We haul our Polaris RZR with plenty of room to spare. The location of the door make easy access to the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom without having to move anything.

Love the fold down screen door; it makes it feel even bigger when open. I would recommend this to most anyone.
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Old 07-20-2014, 10:11 AM   #3
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Welcome form Wisconsin and congrats on your 2015 Grey Wolf 26RR.
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Old 07-21-2014, 03:49 PM   #4
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Congrats on your new toy hauler! We too recently purchased a 2015 26RR. We have only taken it out once but love it. The floor plan is what sold us on it not to mention the price.
We had a couple of small issues but nothing that I couldn't fix with little effort.

We haul our Polaris RZR with plenty of room to spare. The location of the door make easy access to the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom without having to move anything.

Love the fold down screen door; it makes it feel even bigger when open. I would recommend this to most anyone.
We have a 2014 26RR and I am curious about the fold down screen door you're referring to. Is this something for the rear loading door? I did not know that option existed.

Thanks.
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We have a 2014 26RR and I am curious about the fold down screen door you're referring to. Is this something for the rear loading door? I did not know that option existed.

Thanks.
I got the Limited edition the rear drop down screen came with it. It is very cool.
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Old 07-22-2014, 09:06 AM   #6
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Mine also did not come with the rear screen. I have looked online for one but all I find are made for the bigger doors on toy haulers that the whole back end is a door. I have not contacted the dealer but did try to find one just for the gray wolf toy haulers online with no luck.
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Old 07-22-2014, 04:43 PM   #7
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Does anyone have experience with Stoett Screens? The concept looks cool to me.
Retractable Screens for RVs - Stoett Industries
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Old 07-29-2014, 09:20 PM   #8
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I had a 2011 21RR... same issue as the 19. The 26RR came out after I gave up on TH for awhile, but got the bug again... we share similar reasons for having one... I just got the XLR 29HFS. I do like the 26RR; wish they had it built when I got the 21RR.
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Old 10-23-2014, 05:45 PM   #9
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We have had our 26RR since bout March and use it 3 or four times and love it. What kind of toys is everyone hauling. We have a Can-am. Has anyone thought about using I for full-timing living?
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What are you towing you're 26 RR with
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