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Old 12-11-2018, 04:27 PM   #81
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We have also been kind of discussing maybe adding a different type RV section, that possible these Geo and E pros could fall into. I know they are smaller and meant to be towable by smaller vehicles, are there other things kind of specific to them only and/or any other FR products?

The reproduction Shastas were afforded this, and we may can actually edit/modify that section. May can make a section for car/SUV towable type RV's, then have Geo Pro and E Pro in that. What other FR rv's could possibly go there (No-Bo's?)
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Old 01-19-2019, 07:24 PM   #82
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I would like to see a subforum added for the new Forest River East to West brand.
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I'd be surprised if, over time, the NoBo's have a following equal to or exceeding R-PODs. Might think about giving them their own sub-forum if you don't combine them with R-PODs. (Now I'll run/find cover from the rocks that will be thrown.)
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Old 01-20-2019, 12:36 AM   #84
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I'd be surprised if, over time, the NoBo's have a following equal to or exceeding R-PODs. Might think about giving them their own sub-forum if you don't combine them with R-PODs. (Now I'll run/find cover from the rocks that will be thrown.)
Uhh, no need to run. Did you perhaps miss this announcement from back in November?

http://www.forestriverforums.com/for....php?p=1980787
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Public thanks and apology, wmtire. I did miss it. I'll buy the first beer should we meet.
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Any status on what new sub-forums have been or will be added? Thanks,
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Any status on what new sub-forums have been or will be added? Thanks,
So far No Boundaries has been added. There are others being reviewed.
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Ok, noted. Will try to keep an eye out for such.
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Old 06-04-2019, 03:13 PM   #90
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First, combine the Sunseeker and Forester forums. They are the same units with different trim levels. There is already plenty of "bleed over" between those two forums...

Second, a new forum for the Ford Transit chassis. Just like it was with the M-B Sprinter chassis the Transit chassis has completely different requirements from the other legacy chassis' used by FR. The Transit is going to become much more prevalent in the next few years. Since the Transit can be gas or diesel adding a separate sub forum for each might not be a bad idea.
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We got a new Ford Transit Chassis subforum added to the motorhome section. We initially populated it with some older threads that members may not mind having moved, but if you see anything that would be better suited to it, let us know and we may can see about moving it there.

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Old 06-04-2019, 07:48 PM   #91
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First, combine the Sunseeker and Forester forums. They are the same units with different trim levels. There is already plenty of "bleed over" between those two forums...

We are looking at possibly going ahead and combining these two in the motorhome section, as it does look like they are made model for model in these two names. The Sunseekers model numbers end in 0, while the Forester model numbers end in 1.


Do the owners of these two lines think that would help them?
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Old 06-05-2019, 09:06 AM   #92
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Do the owners of these two lines think that would help them?
I've owned four Sunseekers and I think it would be helpful. Since we are only talking about trim and option differences 90% of the motor home is the same unit.

Not having to scour to two forums when looking for info would be helpful...especially for new members who may not know about the overlap. And it would put an end to "double" posts on the same subject...often with different answers.
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I've owned four Sunseekers and I think it would be helpful. Since we are only talking about trim and option differences 90% of the motor home is the same unit.

Not having to scour to two forums when looking for info would be helpful...especially for new members who may not know about the overlap. And it would put an end to "double" posts on the same subject...often with different answers.

OK Thanks. We are researching it more.


FR has confirmed what you stated...that the Forester and the Sunseeker are built in the same plant, on the same line, and on the same chassis. Many of the components are the same, with the major differences being in floorplan (and somewhat minimal at that), interior material, and some other mainly cosmetic features.
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Old 07-29-2019, 11:06 AM   #94
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New sub category for GeoPro and E-pro

Can we please have a new subcategory created for these two?

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I agree. I know there's a lot of crossover info but that's true of most brands.
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geo pro / epro would be great
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Old 10-25-2019, 06:37 PM   #97
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OK, it looks like we are going to be able to merge the Sunseeker and Forester subtopics in the next few days.


That should make it easier to ask/answer/post information that is relevant to both makes (which are basically the same)
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OK, it looks like we are going to be able to merge the Sunseeker and Forester subtopics in the next few days.

That should make it easier to ask/answer/post information that is relevant to both makes (which are basically the same)

Thank you for looking in to this and for combining the forums.
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Found it. My apologies. Newbie error.
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Found it. My apologies. Newbie error.
Sorry............ found what?
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