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Old 11-23-2014, 09:14 PM   #11
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Two years ago I bought a 21 rr which is the same thing just a little longer for $14,000. This past spring I bought a 27rr that is 33'-6" and has a slide out (also a toyhauler) for a little over $18,000.
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Old 11-23-2014, 09:33 PM   #12
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I live near Pgh. and if I buy another Forest River product it will be from this dealership!! I can tell you they are great people. Most dealers in the area didn't want to do warranty work if you didn't buy from them. These folks bent over backwards to try and help us!

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Old 11-24-2014, 08:11 AM   #13
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Old 11-24-2014, 08:27 AM   #14
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update: I see a lot of the Forest river 21rr for 16k ish out of state. 19rr might be to small?? Holding a honda goldwing
I was told by one dealership "don't service/warranty if it wasn't bought here"

Is there a problem buying out of state? good bad really need some help
The trailers look about the same - the 22rr has more couch space and a pantry but no wardrobe. I'd say it may be that you can fit more bike or bikes in a 22,

That is true about a lot of dealers unfortunately. I'd say stay in an area limited to your patience level. Really important is to do a PDI before you sign.
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Old 11-24-2014, 09:30 AM   #15
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Yes ,blue woo, Butler RV. I have a Flagstaff that needed repairs and Clems RV wanted $100. to fill out warranty papers and a diagnostic fee of $75.00 per hour to repair warranty issues that were already approved by Forest River. I talked to Butler RV and they more than willing to do the repairs. However the trailer went back to the factory for a bigger problem to be addressed.
Butler RV is where I'm looking When I buy next time! Everybody I talked to there was extremely nice and professional.

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Old 11-24-2014, 09:54 AM   #16
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Bluewoo, when we bought our 21RR, we actually went down to The Outpost RV to look at and buy a 19RR. The salesman showed us both and we decided that for just a little more money the 21RR would work so much better for us. When we're on the road a need a quick stop for a night we can still access the trailer and easily get to the "kitchen" area, one of the sofas (other is folded up to allow for the toys), bathroom and the bed. We would NOT be able to do that with the 19RR, don't think we could even get to the bathroom over the toys. I can tell you that we are SO GLAD we got the larger unit!!! As far as warranty work - we have had our small punch list of issues fixed FOR FREE at the FROG International Rally in Goshen the last two summers... A great deal and a really fun week, just sayin'....

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Old 11-24-2014, 10:26 AM   #18
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update: I see a lot of the Forest river 21rr for 16k ish out of state. 19rr might be to small?? Holding a honda goldwing
I was told by one dealership "don't service/warranty if it wasn't bought here"

Is there a problem buying out of state? good bad really need some help
Bluewoo,
All the Grey Wolf RRs would take a Goldwing. The differences are in the bedroom area and also the amount of weight they can carry. The 26RR carries 2,567 lbs of cargo, the 25RR can take 3,160 lbs, and the 19RR can take 3,432 lbs according to the FR website. The GVWR is 19 RR 7,574 lbs. and 26RR 7,715 lbs so that is almost the same. It's the overall length that is quite different from 19RR at 23' 11" to 26RR at 30' 8".
Look at the website page and you can easily compare all the Grey Wolf RR series.
Good luck.
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