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Old 02-19-2014, 10:55 PM   #1
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We're back in the Palomino Corral!!

Well we finally ordered our 36qbok today at Oklahoma RV Center in Moore, OK.
For those who are new, or haven't heard. Our 2013 Puma 295kbh 5th wheel (we ordered may 2012, took delivery July 24th, 2012) was totaled this past May 2013, (while at our dealer having a few warranty things fixed) when our May tornados and hail came thru. After finally settling with insurance & warranty company and all the checks cashed, it was mid August. Figured with our lake season about over we would wait till winter to order, and here we are! Kids are excited to get another "big camper" and ready to go to the lake....and I am too!!!
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:02 PM   #2
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Heres the options we ordered.
Bike rack
Jt's
Electric rear stabs
5 function remote
Stainless steel appliances
12 gal hot water heater
Fireplace
15k air
2nd air
Platinum
Dual pane windows
Frameless windows
Slide toppers
Solid surface counters
Extension
Fiberglass shower
Superlounge
Serta mattress
Ceiling fan
Central vac
Beauflor plankwood flooring
Puma/columbus style sleep-&-play
Tv mounts only in bedrooms
2nd year warranty
- &dealer install 2nd black tank rinse and 2nd propane quick connect for our grille.
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:09 PM   #3
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Congratulations, sounds like you put a lot of thought into the extras. Look forward to seeing some photos when you get it all set up.
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:18 PM   #4
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Happy for you!
Can't wait to see pics!

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Old 02-19-2014, 11:18 PM   #5
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Holy smokes! Sounds like you didn't leave anything off the options list. Would love to see photos when you can especially of the superlounge. That's the option we would like most.
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:24 PM   #6
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Good to hear things are working out
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:32 PM   #7
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Thanks all!!
Still haven't picked an interior color, thinking Pebble.
Might add the king bed. Momma wants it, I'm wondering if it will feel too cramped with it in the room. But occasionally we still have a little camper join us in the middle of the night.
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:34 PM   #8
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I would do the king be I wish I would have
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Old 02-20-2014, 06:49 AM   #9
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We prefer the queen bed just gives a little bit more room to walk around the bedroom, good luck sounds great enjoy!!!!
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Old 02-20-2014, 07:31 AM   #10
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Congrats, you really loaded that 36qbok up good with options.
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Congrats, MillerTime! I know you were on the fence about pulling the trigger. I'm betting you won't be disappointed!

Personally, my wife prefers a king bed. I dislike them- too much space between us with her on her side and me on mine. Given my druthers, I'd switch our home bed back to a queen so she can't get away so easily. BUT- we have a queen bed in the camper. With a king, I'd feel like the bedroom was awfully cramped. On the rear side of the bed (adjacent to the bathroom), its already pretty tight to get beside the bed. And, would you lose the end tables? We use them for glasses, alarm clock, & chapstick at night. We wouldn't like losing them.
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Woo Hoo !

I was camping last weekend and that exact thought crossed my mind on the King Bed. No way I would want to have to negotiate that little space from king to wall or closet door, it would have been TIGHT!


Also, with the Superlounge, does that have a 'hide a bed' incorporated into it?
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Congrats and enjoy...which we know you will moving up from a TT to a Fifth Wheel



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Congrats and enjoy...which we know you will moving up from a TT to a Fifth Wheel
Actually my puma was a 34' 5th wheel! But Thanks! !!
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Also, with the Superlounge, does that have a 'hide a bed' incorporated into it?
Yes it has the tri fold- air beds aren't available anymore.
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Heres our old 5th. A couple weeks before insurance totaled it.
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Actually my puma was a 34' 5th wheel! But Thanks! !!
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Please tell us how you made your shoe rack by the door. That would work great for our TT
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Excellent! If you ever need to reminisce, I have the younger sister of the your old one on its way to my house North of Houston.
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Please tell us how you made your shoe rack by the door. That would work great for our TT
Sorry... where do you see it in the pic, we had some steps that can be seen under the microwave?
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