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Old 08-10-2015, 09:38 PM   #1
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New to Rockwood

Just purchased a 2015 Rockwood 3025w. Came from a 2010 Keystone Outback 312bh that was about same length and weight. Went with Rockwood for the room inside compared to Outback.

Currently in Va Beach Va at the Holiday Travel campground. Was here at the Koa in June with Outback.

Very impressed with the torsion bar set up. Definitely feel a difference. Pulling with a 08 Silverado crew cab Duramax. I thought we would see difference in fuel mileage with the V Nose but I got the same mileage as I came same exact route and ended up at same fuel stations.

As far as living comforts and appearance the Rockwood is a big step up.

Only issue found is the sink in center island has a small leak coming from inside cabinet.I didn't have energy tonight to pull panel to find leak. Will do tomorrow and if anything major will return it next week for service.

Definitely didnt like the fact it has C load range tires at 55 psi. Outback required D at 65 psi.Probably upgrade over winter.

So far very happy with purchase..

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Old 08-11-2015, 11:30 PM   #2
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I appreciate your comments about the Windjammer nose. I was wondering just how much difference it makes. What kind of WDH/SB did you get for yours? I've been looking for impressions from veterans with the V-nose rigs. I'll be picking the unit up next Wednesday and have to come to a conclusion soon. The dealer seems to stress the Windjammer's need for the Camco EazLift Recurve 6 Model 48733 for my 2015 Windjammer 2618VS. I have a long history with a big pop-up, but this is our first hard side. What are you pulling with? I'm in a 2013 Ford F-150 Crew w/ SB, 3.5 V6 EcoBoost and a 3.73 rear axle.

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Old 08-12-2015, 03:58 AM   #3
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I had a Reese dual cam that looks brand new so I had the dealer move that over. Works great. Only complaint is having to set up bars each time is a pain.

I found tonight that there is no cable TV hook up in bedroom. Nice satellite hookup, a USB port and even a CIG lighter plug. So I ran a jumper cable at main TV area between second TV output and satellite input which gave me cable at satellite output in bedroom.
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