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Old 08-16-2010, 08:15 PM   #11
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Thank you Randy. I believe we have to get a new hitch and new mirrors. We also wondered about the sway bar too...I'm really not mechanical so will transfer your information to my husband. Thanks also Donna and Surveyor...you make me feel very welcome. It's nice knowing there are people out there who care. Enjoy
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Old 03-14-2011, 05:28 PM   #12
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This is pretty late for Catherine, but for anyone else out there that is reading this old thread, I just spent our first trip out in our new 2011 / 21WRLS. GREAT trailer for what we were looking for. Not a lot of dancing space inside, but why do people go camping to stay in the trailer anyway?

We too were looking at buying a Roo that we could dance in, but were concerned about my wife's ability to manage the beds by herself when I'm not there. We decided on the V Lite because of all of it's easy buttons. Everything is electric. Yes they can break, but all have manual options until the motor gets fixed. Bathroom is huge up front so we both even be in it at same time. Mostly, we LOVE the king bed! Heck, it's just the two of us; you know what I mean. What more space does a couple really need when camping?
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Old 03-14-2011, 11:45 PM   #13
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I have the V-lite 21wrs. It works great for me because my business takes me into hospitals and surgery centers. So I pull into parking lots and thru city streets and this compact trailer works great. It also gives me the room with the rear slide to still have a dinette and couch. I can close the curtain to the bed and have a contractor meeting at the dinette table and have privacy to the back of the trailer. If your gonna be traveling w/ yourself and DW, it's gonna be crowded. I also have a retaining wall along one side of the parking spot so I needed the rear slide. Was at the Portland RV show looking at 5th wheels for when I finally grow up and take the wife places.
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Old 03-16-2011, 05:36 PM   #14
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Thanks rlawrence2 and gktsuda1956 for your replies. We got to use our camper for the first time last October. It was wonderful....I am so happy and can't wait to use it again. The only bad part is the 9 mpg we get with our truck pulling it....we will have to find a great place and stay put for a week or so. Hope to go to the Outer Banks soon to camp. Any recommendations?
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