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Old 04-10-2016, 09:22 PM   #11
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We have a wildwood heritage glen 312qbud which appears very similar to your floorplan. We have an owners thread with tips and tricks and modifications that you may find useful.

312QBUD Owners Thread
2015 Wildwood Heritage Glen 312QBUD
2000 Chev 2500 Extended Cab 6 Liter
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Old 04-10-2016, 09:42 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by mchayes View Post
hello everyone, we got the Wildwood 31QBTS so as to have a full back bedroom for others when they come along with us. I have a checklist of things to take with us for pick up and found a great RV Toolbox checklist also - anybody want it I will pass along - it was helpful. Then I found the Wildwood Owners Manual so we can read and absorb everything now before we get there and blurry eyed. Recording the walk through is great, had not thought to do that and we will!! Thank you. We have only rented 30 footers from the Air Force Academy, and we decided to make the jump and buy our own. A scary venture but we are excited. We just picked up a new GMC Diesel Silverado 2500 HD to tow it with and it has the possibility to tow a fifth wheel if we grow into that. We did a ton of research and had three models we liked but after talking with others who have a Wildwood, love theirs 8 years later, we decided to go with this one.
Not "IF" you grow into a 5er ~~ just how long until you do.

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Old 04-11-2016, 10:08 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by mchayes View Post
is there a good book to grab on places to stay with a 36 ft trailer?
NO book needed. You live in CO, find a place in the mountains, pull off the forest road, and setup camp. There are so many boondock areas you'll never run out of places to explore/try.

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