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Old 05-25-2011, 07:50 PM   #1
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Combining all expandables...

Just a suggestion, as I cannot understand the logic of having sub-sections for each HTT ? Let's put them all together here.

Issues are pretty common across models, and if it was very specific the poster will be asked if not specified.

It would just make reading the HTT section a better read, in my humble opinion.

All those in favor, raise your hand!

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Old 05-25-2011, 08:46 PM   #2
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All forums were divided into the subforums recently, per members requests. Even though trailers are similar, many members wanted to have their specific brand listed.
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Old 05-25-2011, 10:44 PM   #3
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I'd have to go with Denis with regards to the Roo/Shamrock.

Same trailer except for the badge and interior colors.

A FR rep told me once that even the workers on the line don't know until the paint and fabric are complete.
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I'd have to go with Denis with regards to the Roo/Shamrock.

Same trailer except for the badge and interior colors.

A FR rep told me once that even the workers on the line don't know until the paint and fabric are complete.
Probably the same for Rockwood and Flagstaffs.

The suggestions were made by members to have separate subforums for each brand, and the administrators responded by doing just that.

Checking to the sister-ship forum requires just 1 click, or check "new posts" to see what new is happening across the board.
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The suggestions were made by members to have separate subforums for each brand, and the administrators responded by doing just that.
I understand, but be that as it may, as a member I making a suggestion too.

I am saying that it would make for a better read, plain and simple. It's not the clicks, it's the reading experience of having to jump here for 1-2 posts, another for 1 post, another for 1 post.

There could be other members who feel the same.
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I understand, but be that as it may, as a member I making a suggestion too.
I understand, also. I have forwarded this thread on to the administrators, as they listen and evaluate all suggestions.
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Old 05-26-2011, 11:49 AM   #7
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i would agree with combining the Roo/Shamrock hybrids, since they are twins and nothing different than decals and fabric patterns/colors.
and i think the Salem/Wildwood hybrids are twins, too. at least the newer ones possibly are.

but for the other brands, like Surveyor and the Palomino Stampede(which isn't listed), they are built at different factories and have different floorplans, equipment, options, appliances and so on.
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This makes sense to me too...
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I agree it would be nice to have somewhere that talks about solaire palomino
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I agree it would be nice to have somewhere that talks about solaire palomino
Thing is, the Solaire has only been around for 1 model year.
For at least the past 12 years, the Stampede was the name of Palomino's hybrid line.
Plus, Palomino has been a division of FR for only a few years.
The other hybrid brands were FR brands since 1999.
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