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Old 03-24-2012, 12:01 PM   #1
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Hello from Massachusetts

Hi all just joined the site,my wife and I put a deposit on a 2013 Lacrosse Luxury Lite 322 RES yesterday. We are not really new to RV's having owned a 1989 33A Sierra for 10 years but we felt it was time for a newer one lol. We did a lot of looking and shows and decided on the Lacrosse. The trailer will spend all its time on a piece of land we have in Maine. This will be a severe change from what we have now being all electronic gismos instead of manual (water heater,heater,AC and whatever ). I'm sure we will have a lot of questions. Not sure of delivery date yet but can't wait. I've be reading this forum and I can see that everyone is able and willing to answer questions. Thanks,Dave
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Old 03-24-2012, 12:50 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum. When we traded up from a PUP to our 233T we were crazy over having a bathroom, refridge, and A/C. It was a real treat. I have picked up many ideas and solutions here as I know you will too.
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Old 04-18-2012, 07:53 PM   #3
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Hi all just joined the site,my wife and I put a deposit on a 2013 Lacrosse Luxury Lite 322 RES yesterday. We are not really new to RV's having owned a 1989 33A Sierra for 10 years but we felt it was time for a newer one lol. We did a lot of looking and shows and decided on the Lacrosse. The trailer will spend all its time on a piece of land we have in Maine. This will be a severe change from what we have now being all electronic gismos instead of manual (water heater,heater,AC and whatever ). I'm sure we will have a lot of questions. Not sure of delivery date yet but can't wait. I've be reading this forum and I can see that everyone is able and willing to answer questions. Thanks,Dave
Congrats on your pending TT. We just purchased a 322RES in Feb. You are going to like it very much. We had a 1978 Terry for years and this LaCrosse does have all the bells and whistles. Jim and I laugh because we haven't figured out all the switches yet. You will love the fireplace. It came in handly for us a few cold nights.
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Old 04-18-2012, 09:03 PM   #4
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Welcome- I hope you enjoy your new TT. Its nice to have another member from Massachusetts here !!
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Old 04-22-2012, 10:22 PM   #5
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We brought the 322 home last Saturday and love it, a couple minor problems #1 fridge handle broke #2 airbed sofa had staples sticking up and took out mattress. Took parts to dealer and they ordered replacements no problem. Fit and finish is excellent and no problems with appliances. The only disappointment is the AC,it seems inadequate for the size of the trailer (13.5). Its raining like hell here tonight and so far we're good. We plan on bringing it up to Maine in about 3 weeks so I hope any demons will show before then. O ya 1 more thing the master bed is hard as a rock gotta do something about that.
love the floor plan, storage and kitchen counter space and good size bathroom.
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