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Old 02-14-2011, 08:32 PM   #1
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First Hybrid bought

Just bought a 2011 Shamrock 21SS - can't wait for spring to go pick it up and give it a try. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 02-15-2011, 12:41 AM   #2
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there are some things that are hybrid-specific.

PUGs or solar blankets help with keeping the canvas ends cool or warm, depending on the season.
they also help keep the canvas clean and darken the ends for afternoon naps.

Reflictix in the windows on the bunk ends, also do the same for cooling and heating.

tandem wheel chocks, homemade or store-bought, will help with trailer movement.
a electric tongue jack is an easy mod that will especially help with the WDH.
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Old 06-10-2011, 05:57 PM   #3
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recently bought a 2010 shamrock 17. Went out the other day on our first camp , had a great time but was 102 degrees in Bastrop TX . Just ordered a sets of PUGS. The heat pouring through the bunk ends overwelmed the AC . This unit needs a few parts such as outside cover door for outlets and doesn't have cords for the heated mattress when winter comes. Where can I buy parts for my Shamrock Hybrid? Looked up Forest River and Shamrock , but just found ads to buy trailers. Thanks , Tim
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Old 06-11-2011, 11:48 AM   #4
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here on the Forum, there are a list of phone numbers and email addresses for nearly every dept. at FR., such as their parts dept.

you won't find Shamrock parts listed.

but a lot of the things you may be looking for, are not FR parts.
nearly all the parts are generic and available at any RV supply store, like the outlet cover.

also, the Rockwood Roo is the twin of the Shamrock. any Roo part will fit a Shamrock.
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Old 06-11-2011, 04:37 PM   #5
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Tim,
I personally haven't had the need to call but you can try these numbers that were recently posted. I just included the Shamrock info:

MILLERSBURG LOCATION-ROCKWOOD, FLAGSTAFF
Pop-up tent campers, High Wall tent campers, Off Road tent campers, <’97 Ultra-Lite travel trailers and 5th wheels, Shamrock and Roo, Signature Ultra Lites, Classic Super Lites, Windjammer, Micro Lites, Mini Lites, and V-Lites

Main phone number ………………………..…………… (574) 642-2640
Fax number for Parts & Tent Warranty……………… (574) 642-4999
(unless otherwise noted)

PARTS DEPARTMENT:

PARTS MANAGER
Sherry Hoover / E-mail: shoover@forestriverinc.com ….. Ext. 110
Fax number: (574) 343-5956

FLAGSTAFF SHAM / FLAGSTAFF XLT / FLAGSTAFF MICRO / FLAGSTAFF SUPER LITE
Ashley Smith / E-mail: asmith@forestriverinc.com ….. Ext. 136
Fax number: (574) 343-5947

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