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Old 11-24-2011, 04:48 PM   #11
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nole trainer, welcome to this forum and your continuing research.

we have a Roo with the older non-fastened system. though the permanently fastened system seems to be the new way to go, we do prefer the non-fastened system.
this is because the DW prefers sheets and blankets on the beds. so i can stand outside and simply make the outside of the beds, while she stands inside to do the other side.
if we had the other system, she or i would have to get on all fours on the mattress and make the beds that way.
i might be able to unzip the windows to do the outside but it would limit me, if it possible to do that.

we've had no problems in 5 years, with the older bungees/snaps system.
but if you have kids, i can see where the newer system would help relieve any fears of the kids possibly getting out.
Thanks, love these forums. Funny story my father-in-law told me, they had left their dog in a pop-up one trip as they went hiking, came back to find him wondering around the site. They saw a big gap in the bed where the dog had fallen out I think my boys would just bounce back up....

Going to look at a couple of Jaycos in Orlando in the a.m., it's only a two hour drive and then at least I can say I say the top two brands........
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Old 11-24-2011, 05:12 PM   #12
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nole trainer, i posted on your RV.net thread about getting a quote on the Roo 233S or 23SS from RVDirect, since they have a facility in Orlando.
you can use their quote to negotiate with the Shamrock and Jayco dealers.
RVDirect says they'll meet or beat any other dealer's price.
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nole trainer, i posted on your RV.net thread about getting a quote on the Roo 233S or 23SS from RVDirect, since they have a facility in Orlando.
you can use their quote to negotiate with the Shamrock and Jayco dealers.
RVDirect says they'll meet or beat any other dealer's price.
Yep, that is where we are headed in the a.m.
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Yep, that is where we are headed in the a.m.
that's great, since they sell Jayco and Roo hybrids.
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