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Old 08-08-2015, 05:02 PM   #11
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No problem - just look everywhere - all are not alike thats for sure (options are not all the same dealer to dealer). You will have issues that most can be fixed by your self, invest in a surge protector I have this one that I hard wired. Progressive Industries RV Surge and Electrical Protection industry lea
Amazon has it a little cheaper.
Always run tires at max PSI on side walls nothing less.
Take your time and when its all set Go camping my friend!!
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Also might check Tweety's also for a PI surge protector. I found they had a very good price & good service/shipping.
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Old 08-11-2015, 12:12 PM   #12
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Hello. I Bought a Cherokee grey wolf 21RR limited last August in Ontario. and paid 19500 plus taxes. hope this helps
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Old 08-11-2015, 06:44 PM   #13
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Thanks Tundra, I've been doing a bunch of research. Looks like the new 22RR are cheaper out east then here in Alberta/BC. I took a walkthrough in the 22RR today, I LOVED it.. What a nice unit. Can't wait to go for my first trip with it.
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Old 08-11-2015, 07:43 PM   #14
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Thanks Tundra, I've been doing a bunch of research. Looks like the new 22RR are cheaper out east then here in Alberta/BC. I took a walkthrough in the 22RR today, I LOVED it.. What a nice unit. Can't wait to go for my first trip with it.
You have two strikes against you, regarding RV prices.
1. Living on the West Coast ensures that dealers out here will jack up the prices since at least 80% of RVs are made in the Midwest.
2. Living in Canada guarantees that you're going to get gouged on price.
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Ya, no kidding Bikendan, I see that. If you go to the FR RV website and look for the RR floorplans, they are not available when you choose the "West" drop down menu, they are only available "Mid-West". So yes, that makes sense, that's why they can charge that much for them. I don't really want to drive to Toronto to pick one up lol. Anyway, I'm taking the plunge and buying it, I get it Aug 22nd. It's not too bad of price, for the West coast that is...
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The only good FR prices you can get out here, are the brands made in their Oregon factories, which are limited.
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Old 08-25-2015, 12:59 PM   #17
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I ended up getting the Grey Wolf 22RR. I LOVE it! My first trip will be this weekend and then the following weekend as well. I'm hoping everything works out alright.

Thanks for everyone's input. I think I'll end up installing the EMS surge protector hardwired at the end of this season or beginning of next.
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Good Deal,I see you installed a (MaxAir Fanmate)! Your ahead of most! Youroo!!
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Congrats on your new TT.

Don't wait to long on the surge protector. I did, & it cost me a TV, converter & microwave.
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