Originally Posted by kkelly
I've had it for a year. This is my 3rd Rockwood in 17 years. I have always and continue to be impressed with the quality of construction in a light weight. I bought it sight unseen. I removed the folding doors as they are difficult to open. I will be replacing it with a light weight folding dividers. There is tons of storage and I absolutely love the outside kitchen. If you have looked at other rigs, you will find their outside kitchens are not as nice. The one thing I do not like is that there is only one nightstand. I sleep on the side that does not have one. The other rockwoods I have had seemed to have a little more walk around room in the bedroom, but it is manageable in the 8291. It pulls like a dream, although the revolution pin(hitch) was a challenge. Make sure you have the right wedge for your hitch. I recommend you look at other threads if you are not familiar with that type of pin.
I would be happy to answer any other questions you might have.
I just purchased a 8291WS 5th wheel, didn't pick it up yet. I was really wondering how long that back sliding door for the bunkhouse will last. Does the futon fold out with the door open.
The main selling point for me was the outdoor kitchen, who wouldn't like it, big refrig, a nice sink, and lots a room for making cocktails...
The revolution hitch is it different to get use to or is it the same as regular pin.