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Old 05-09-2015, 08:06 PM   #71
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Great! I'm camping in mine Right now

I'm camping in our right now. No major problems. I do have a slight leak in the dragon at the Machen sink that I have to repair. I also had an issue with some water when I used the black tank flush last time. We'll look for where that is coming from when we flush this time. All problems minor and easily fixed. Very happy with the quality.
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Old 05-09-2015, 10:02 PM   #72
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I'm camping in our right now. No major problems. I do have a slight leak in the dragon at the Machen sink that I have to repair. I also had an issue with some water when I used the black tank flush last time. We'll look for where that is coming from when we flush this time. All problems minor and easily fixed. Very happy with the quality.

Good to hear! We are heading out 5/21 with ours. Our sticker shows a cargo capacity of 2134lbs so we should be in good shape.

I've read a lot of stuff on here about tire speed rating for the trailer. So is it safe to assume that 75mph is a big no no with the radial tires that came on it?
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Old 05-10-2015, 06:31 PM   #73
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The tires are rated for 75mph, but for several reasons I just keep the speed at about 65 mph. The TV prefers it and makes for a relaxing trip and better gas mileage.
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Old 05-11-2015, 08:00 PM   #74
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The tires are rated for 75mph, but for several reasons I just keep the speed at about 65 mph. The TV prefers it and makes for a relaxing trip and better gas mileage.
Are you running a external surge protector or do the Grey Wolfs have one factory installed already?

Thank you for all your help with all my dumb questions. I really appreciate every ones help and input!!!
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Old 05-11-2015, 09:33 PM   #75
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You need to add a surge protector as I did with my 26RR. I built in a Progressive one and enjoy watching the meter as it reads the amps etc. can't be stolen, forgotten, or lost when it's built in.
So far our "Gunyah" has performed flawlessly in our driveway. 😏 hope that continues when I take It away this week - just a few miles away. Haven't got all the extras and changes finished yet but it's coming along.


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Old 05-11-2015, 10:19 PM   #76
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Surge protector

You should have your own surge protector. I haven't gotten mine yet. But my camping experience days the campground electric is iffy at best.
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Old 05-15-2015, 10:43 PM   #77
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It's home, it's plugged up and we are packing 2 tons of crap in there. LOL
I was amazed at how well it towed and how maneuverable it really is. I have no place to turn it all around other than my yard and it was really easy and un-eventful getting in position where I wanted it. So far so good and nothing broke or burned down yet. LOL
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Old 05-16-2015, 06:37 AM   #78
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Congrats! We are still getting familiar with its but love it!
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Old 05-16-2015, 10:07 PM   #79
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Water has been connected and on all day-no leaks so far. WOOT WOOT The plywood sheets for the bed were about to fall through and take out the hot water heater-that has now been modified / strengthened and repaired. Added a shower tension pole to the tub for a place for soap, shampoo and all that stuff, added the screens to all the exterior vent panels to keep bugs, mice, and snakes out, added a memory foam mattress topper. modified the top drawer at sink to hold a silverware tray and be able to set it in and out and still put other stuff in drawer under it, added a toilet paper holder, paper towel holder, digital antennae for local stations if the weather gets bad. I think I want to get really creative and make some drawers under the dinette benches where the storage is. Open the storage doors and have a slide out drawer so you can get to the crap that slides to the back.
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Old 05-21-2015, 08:42 PM   #80
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Well we headed out early this AM, drove 6 hours, set up, and all is good and appears to be working good. Loving the 27RR!!! Here at WindRock OHV Park the 27RR looks like a little toy next to all the Voltage and other high end 5th wheel toy haulers.........


Oh well, its just my wife and I and 1 of our dogs. The 27RR is all we need.
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