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Old 04-09-2019, 08:09 PM   #1
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So I am in the process of buying this rig. Had an old 26 Gulfstream that I had for several years before deciding to upgrade.

Can anyone tell me their experience with this rig? Doesnít have some things that we would like but price and condition factored into our decision. Does not have an electric step, no side rear windows, small shower Click image for larger version

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Old 04-09-2019, 11:32 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum.

Wish you well with your decision.
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Old 04-14-2019, 07:11 AM   #3
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Got this Oct of last year 311fs , so far we love it. It has the washer dryer . We put in A sleep number Bed. We winter in Florida from Jan. to April. So far so good . Went from A FR3 class A to this. Good luck and welcome to forums.
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Old 04-17-2019, 05:24 PM   #4
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I went ahead and bought. Like the floor plans of the Jayco Greyhawk a little more but the price and the low miles clinched it for us. A little less than 8000 miles.
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Got this Oct of last year 311fs , so far we love it. It has the washer dryer . We put in A sleep number Bed. We winter in Florida from Jan. to April. So far so good . Went from A FR3 class A to this. Good luck and welcome to forums.


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Carl, what mattress you got that allows you to fold it when slide is close?
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Old 04-21-2019, 02:42 PM   #7
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My two bunk TVs and bedroom one are not working. Looks like it is a GFI issue but I canít find it. Does anyone know where the GFI is for these rigs?
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Guessing - bathroom. Thatís where ours is located.
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Old 04-21-2019, 08:09 PM   #9
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So I am in the process of buying this rig. Had an old 26 Gulfstream that I had for several years before deciding to upgrade.

Can anyone tell me their experience with this rig? Doesnít have some things that we would like but price and condition factored into our decision. Does not have an electric step, no side rear windows, small shower Attachment 201339and bottom bunk is like sleeping in the floor. We wanted the bunkhouse for our kids and grandkids so we had to give up a lot of space for the extra sleeping quarters.
I have button near the antenna/cable connection inside the RV which enables and disables the TV. The small button is next to the coaxial cable connection for the TV.

If needed I can get a picture but in the meantime follow your coaxial cable from each TV and check for a small button at the connection to the MH inside wall. When my button is depressed a green LED next to the button is on, otherwise it is off. I hope this helps.
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No , we let out some air than as the slide comes in it the end goes down the wall to floor. Works for us ,had to have because of back problems. Ho it goes back in place all by its self when slide goes out. must remove tail piece on bed little board thing
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I have button near the antenna/cable connection inside the RV which enables and disables the TV. The small button is next to the coaxial cable connection for the TV.

If needed I can get a picture but in the meantime follow your coaxial cable from each TV and check for a small button at the connection to the MH inside wall. When my button is depressed a green LED next to the button is on, otherwise it is off. I hope this helps.
Did this solve your problem?
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Old 04-30-2019, 08:57 AM   #13
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Welcome to the Leprechaun. We have the 2017 310BH, We have traveled cross country twice and will be finishing the lower 48 this summer. The best piece of advise i got was to keep about 40-50 Lbs in the air bags. dealer never gave much instruction on that and it makes a world of difference. I have had the generator carb replaced already so make sure you are running it at least once a month all year long. Happy trails and enjoy the journey!!

I would be interested in the sleep number bed... do they make one with a rounded end?
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