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Old 06-29-2016, 03:26 PM   #11
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Sorry it is at the storage or I would just measure it. I just remember when I was shopping I wrote to forest river support about this exact question and they got back to me within hours with the exact measurements....too bad i didn't save that email! I am almost sure it is bumper to tongue, not including spare tire.

I can measure it for ya but it might be a few days...support at forest river might be quicker.
Thanks for the quick response. I think we are going to head to the dealer this weekend to check some campers out. I will be sure to bring my measuring tape. Honestly though, I think my mind is made up. I can't seem to find anything else on the market with these exact features unless I am missing something.
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Old 06-29-2016, 04:00 PM   #12
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As far as I know, all the Roo/Shamrocks are tongue to bumper and length specs are pretty accurate.
One of the few brochure/website specs that are accurate.
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Old 06-29-2016, 11:15 PM   #13
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We love our 2-DK. This is our 3rd summer with it and have haven't had any problems. The 2-DK has 2 full size queen beds and the dining table makes into an extra long bed between single and full size. The outdoor kitchen consists of the grill that mounts on the side of the trailer plus a shelf that mounts on the same bracket and a small refrigerator in the side garage.
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Old 06-30-2016, 10:56 AM   #14
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I just measured our 21DK and I have 21feet 9 inches from bumper to end of hitch. Love ours out in it right now.


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Old 06-30-2016, 11:19 AM   #15
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I just measured our 21DK and I have 21feet 9 inches from bumper to end of hitch. Love ours out in it right now.


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Thank you! You have alleviated my biggest concern.
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Thank you! You have alleviated my biggest concern.

Glad I could help we are out on vacation and it was easy for me to take a quick measurment


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Old 08-13-2016, 09:47 PM   #17
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Just bought a 21dk last week. We looked at 23ws, 21ss, but decided on the 21dk because it was almost 700lbs lighter. And to tell you, we bought it online, but knew the kitchen was the same as a 23ws and the table. No regrets, I actually like it better than the 21ss we looked at. But I'd rather not have the mini fridge, don't make sense when you don't have shore power where we go most of the time. I took the fridge out and use that for storage. I feel the 21dk has a nicer bathroom and has more useful cabinets and better kitchen area than the 21ss. You lose the couch in a 21dk but table is bigger.
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Looks great enjoy we love our 21DK have no complaints


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Old 08-16-2016, 07:45 AM   #19
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Questions about the 21DK

I fit my 233s in our parking pad, the 233s is 23', hitch to bumper. We love the 3 pop out beds as my wife and are two kids take a sister-in-law or grandparents camping often and like the idea of not have to unset the table or couch into a bed very often. I did a list of exactly what we needed and what we wanted before I bought. Could not be happier with our purchase.


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I fit my 233s in our parking pad, the 233s is 23', hitch to bumper.
Unfortunately you're incorrect.
The FR specs state that the 233S is 25' 3" hitch to bumper.
Many assume that their trailer is the length that's in their model number.
Trailers are nearly always longer than the number in their model number.

My 23SS is 24' 6" hitch to bumper.

Some brochure/website specs are infamous for being wrong but length specs are almost always accurate.
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