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Old 08-28-2013, 11:47 PM   #11
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We have the 34tbok with the jackknife bed/sofa in the bunkhouse. We opted for that as we leave it made into a bed for our 3 year old and allows us to pull the slide in with it made like that. The air bed needs to go back in before transport and to have any room for the kids to get dressed. Your unit will have a bit more room with the extra slide back there. Having said that, I'm not sure I could sleep on the jackknife bed but the little guy doesn't seem to mind. We put a foamy top on to make it a bit more comfortable.

Good call on the JT's as I ended up putting them on after the first trip once I realized how much these land yachts jiggle when landed!!

I would also recommend a set of BAL x-chocks.

We have 33 nights already in our unit this summer and love it and you will love yours too. My only complaint is how long it is but that's what you get when you want a bunkhouse for more than two kids.

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Old 09-12-2013, 06:43 PM   #12
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So we got our VIN number yesterday!!? Any indication if that means trailer is being built yet? Or does it mean it is just in the system at FR?

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Old 09-12-2013, 06:54 PM   #13
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So we got our VIN number yesterday!!? Any indication if that means trailer is being built yet? Or does it mean it is just in the system at FR?
It's my understanding that the VIN is assigned when it starts on the assembly line.

On edit: I got emailed with my VIN on 5/14, but the camper didn't make it to my dealer until close to 7/1. We did have the partial paint option which adds 1-2 weeks and I'd assume this is a slower time of year, so it might be quicker for you...

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