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Old 04-18-2016, 08:11 PM   #1
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Prime Time Fury 2910

Haven't bought yet - but it's the floor plan I like best. Spent Saturday at the dealership asking questions, kicking tires, etc. I wish it wasn't 'light' but does that really make a difference? I will be making some long trips (3-4 months).
Have plenty of truck to pull it, do not want a 5th wheel (for those who will ask) and want something that will be sturdy enough for some boondocking and back road adventure. Any comments are welcome! Thanks.
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Old 04-20-2016, 12:33 PM   #2
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Well, guess it does make a difference....
Axles are only 4400 which is way 'lite' for this trailer, so I'll pass.
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Old 04-20-2016, 02:32 PM   #3
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I'm not a fan of light weight campers. What is left out to make them light is usually structure. Cabinets and wood finishes inside are not as good and so on. But that's just me...
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Thanks for your reply. I've read more threads and found a couple that mentioned other options/models....I'll snoop at those. The right one is out there....just have to find it.
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Old 04-20-2016, 03:09 PM   #5
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I was looking at the Fury too, ended up getting a Wolf Pack 25pack12 instead. Similar layout, larger garage, and cheaper than the Fury.
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Old 04-25-2016, 01:48 PM   #6
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I was looking at the Fury too, ended up getting a Wolf Pack 25pack12 instead. Similar layout, larger garage, and cheaper than the Fury.

I looked at a Fury today. Liked it. What do you like as well or better about the wolf pack vs Fury and don't like vs Fury? Thanks Don
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I looked at a Fury today. Liked it. What do you like as well or better about the wolf pack vs Fury and don't like vs Fury? Thanks Don
The one thing about the 2910 Fury I didn't like was the 2 person couch. We have myself, wife and daughter so we needed at least 3 seats. Another small, but to me kind of important thing was the direction of the toilet. Kind of silly, but with the way the one in the Wolf Pack is angled, it gives you more leg room. I do like the laminated exterior walls on the Fury, but I opted not to add them to the Wolf Pack as it was a $2,000 option, and I've read both good and bad things about them. Fury seemed to have more storage, which was nice.


The Wolf Pack is wider, and taller, both things I was looking for as I wanted as big a garage as I could get. Also has a 3 burner stove and I like the under mount kitchen sink, gives you more usable work space when the cover is on.

The biggest thing was cost, I got the Wolf Pack with the "party sofa", commercial rubber garage floor, bigger A\C, and party deck package for about $7,000 cheaper than the local dealer wanted for the Fury. But the Fury is also aluminum framed, which the Wolf Pack is not.
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I like most of your points. TMI on the toilet. 😂 I thought if one bought a TT with the FG walls it was aluminum frame. Interesting the Wolf Pack isn't. I do like the aluminum frame and roof on the Fury but the unit is priced considerably higher than the wolf pack. Thanks again for the info.
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