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Old 12-18-2017, 06:02 PM   #1
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Grey Wolf 27DBS - considering purchase

I am considering a Grey Wolf 27DBS. I feel like I have looked at every travel trailer available and this unit is the shortest one that has a decent bunk slide. There are a couple things about it I donít like Ė I really want a double sink, would also like some kind of reclining sofa in the main area.
Does anyone know if these things are changeable in this unit?
Any other recommendations?
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Old 12-19-2017, 06:50 AM   #2
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I just bought a 2018 27dbs this year. We love it. The two couches in it are very comfortable. We love the new step design along with the fireplace an some other updates forest river did.
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There are a couple things about it I donít like Ė I really want a double sink, would also like some kind of reclining sofa in the main area.
Does anyone know if these things are changeable in this unit?
Any other recommendations?
Doubt it. It would a mod you would need to do or have done.
FR doesn't do customization. Unless it's an option, it won't be available.
Plus Cherokee is an entry level trailer line, so options are much more limited.

Now Rockwood/Flagstaff is a mid-level line and they have double sinks and optional reclining theater sofas on many models.
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How can I tell what level the many different Forest River brands are?
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How can I tell what level the many different Forest River brands are?


Typical you can tell by price for starters.

Then the more options that are offered for each model shows some sort of level they are. Meaning, the higher end models will offer letís say a second A/C unit, or theater seating, or recliners etc.

I donít know much about the Grey Wolf Line. I have a Rockwood 2780WS bunk unit. Itís a mid level trailer. Has a few options and wonít break the bank.
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Old 12-20-2017, 02:05 AM   #6
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Generally, any stick and tin trailer, like the Grey Wolf, will be entry level.
They will often have MSRPs under $20k.

Next level up will be filon-sided aluminum frame trailers, like Rockwood/Flagstaff. They often have MSRPs from $20k to $30k.
They will often have standard features that are options or not available on entry level trailers.

FR doesn't arrange their brands by levels.
You kinda have to look at features, options and prices.
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