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Old 07-20-2013, 12:17 PM   #1
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Life long campers with a new Wolf Pup. After years of not having an RV and mainly focusing on boating we decided to get a camper again. This time we did the opposite and went smaller! So far after 1 weekend trip to the lake and one week long trip to Florida and South Carolina the Wolf Pup is perfect! Easy to tow and just enough for my wife, two kids and myself to sleep in!

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Welcome to the forum and congrats on the new camper!

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Old 08-13-2013, 09:46 AM   #5
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Welcome + Size of your Wolf Pup?

Dave,
Welcome...wondering what size of Wolf Pup you have...we bought a 16FB in May and have had a number of issues... ( search posts for Wolf Pup 16FB )
It came with 13" tires & rims and after I discovered it could only carry 55 lbs of cargo..and complained..they replaced with 14" tires & rims. Problem with the 14" tires/rim is the clearance with camper wheel wells!!!
Also, has problem of gray water backing into tub after Gray water tank is only 2/3 full...they have the vent pipe stuck too far into the gray tank creating a air bubble in tank..they are working on a fix I am told...so instead of 13 gal cap I have 9 gal at present..a real pain!!
Found freshwater tank not secure..you can move by hand about 3-4"...only two screws holding the 15 gal tank in place.
Hope your experiences are better...

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Life long campers with a new Wolf Pup. After years of not having an RV and mainly focusing on boating we decided to get a camper again. This time we did the opposite and went smaller! So far after 1 weekend trip to the lake and one week long trip to Florida and South Carolina the Wolf Pup is perfect! Easy to tow and just enough for my wife, two kids and myself to sleep in!

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Congrats on the new camper!
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