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Old 03-26-2014, 01:48 PM   #1
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Hello everyone. Just got a 2014 RPOD 178. I'm looking forward to using it in the next couple of months. We live in Virginia.
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Hello everyone. Just got a 2014 RPOD 178. I'm looking forward to using it in the next couple of months. We live in Virginia.
Where did you buy it? Just asking because there is a big R-Pod dealer near me in North Carolina. I have bought a couple of Surveyors from them. Country Roads RV.
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Congrats. What a cool RV.. When my wife and I were shopping for TTs, we looked at several RPODs but in the end went with a more standard TT (boring). But we still point them out when we are camping or just driving. They are so distinctive and rare, at least out here. I don't see them much so you will definitely be unique in most campgrounds.

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Old 03-26-2014, 02:17 PM   #5
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Where did you buy it? Just asking because there is a big R-Pod dealer near me in North Carolina. I have bought a couple of Surveyors from them. Country Roads RV.
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Congrats. What a cool RV.. When my wife and I were shopping for TTs, we looked at several RPODs but in the end went with a more standard TT (boring). But we still point them out when we are camping or just driving. They are so distinctive and rare, at least out here. I don't see them much so you will definitely be unique in most campgrounds.

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The ones my wife and I were looking at had the outdoor 'garage' cooking area. Did you get that one too. We also found a big RPOD online forum that was loaded with RPOD owners. Seemed like a great owners group for RPOD info. I think it was rpod-owners dot com. Again congrats on the RPOD.
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The ones my wife and I were looking at had the outdoor 'garage' cooking area. Did you get that one too. We also found a big RPOD online forum that was loaded with RPOD owners. Seemed like a great owners group for RPOD info. I think it was rpod-owners dot com. Again congrats on the RPOD.

I got the one (R178) that has a bed and a u-shaped dinette with a slide out. I've just recently started to read the RPOD forums. Looks like a lot of interest in these units.
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