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Old 02-22-2021, 03:01 PM   #1
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Difference between packages

Hey all! We have a new Shamrock 233S on the way and I was emailed the spec sheet. Iíve seen different option packages for these trailers but for the life of me, I canít find what is contained in each package.

For example, Standard Package G and Standard Package H.

My dealer (the only one in the valley) is closed today.

Does anyone know where I can find the differences between package G and H?

Thx!
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Old 02-22-2021, 03:13 PM   #2
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I have a poor internet connection today otherwise I would have added a link. I remember seeing the option lists in the brochures on FR website.

Of course the info listed there is subject to change we without notice.
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Old 02-22-2021, 03:34 PM   #3
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Here is a link to the main brochure. Maybe this will help:
https://www.forestriverinc.com/broch...TTbrochure.pdf
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Old 02-22-2021, 07:29 PM   #4
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I appreciate your help, it I’m still not seeing the differences between packages. Granted, there aren’t a ton of options for the Shamrock so I guess one could guess...
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Old 02-22-2021, 11:59 PM   #5
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What options are you curious about?
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Old 02-23-2021, 08:06 AM   #6
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I'm probably way overthinking this, as the Shamrock/Roo don't really have a ton of available options, and the ones that are offered, for our needs, aren't really that big of a deal. For example: 15K BTU AC, slide-out topper, 12V fridge w/solar and inverter, roof-top solar w/invertor, heated holding tanks, Thermopane windows, and night roller shades.

In my opinion, these units come pretty squared away from the factory. I have viewed multiple build sheets and they either have the Standard Package G, or Standard package H, then go on to list items that come standard (water filter, Maxx air fans w/covers, etc...).

From what I've been able to find, Standard Package G is THE standard build. But I haven't been able to find is what the Standard Package H consists of. But looking at the small list of options, I guess one could figure it out.

Like I said, probably overthinking it, but was curious.
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Old 02-23-2021, 08:51 AM   #7
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I'm probably way overthinking this, as the Shamrock/Roo don't really have a ton of available options, and the ones that are offered, for our needs, aren't really that big of a deal. For example: 15K BTU AC, slide-out topper, 12V fridge w/solar and inverter, roof-top solar w/invertor, heated holding tanks, Thermopane windows, and night roller shades.

In my opinion, these units come pretty squared away from the factory. I have viewed multiple build sheets and they either have the Standard Package G, or Standard package H, then go on to list items that come standard (water filter, Maxx air fans w/covers, etc...).

From what I've been able to find, Standard Package G is THE standard build. But I haven't been able to find is what the Standard Package H consists of. But looking at the small list of options, I guess one could figure it out.

Like I said, probably overthinking it, but was curious.
I feel like I had those questions as well and I found the answer tucked way away in a brochure in a place that didnít make sense. I looked through the latest brochure and didnít see it there.

But then when I went to order at the dealer the order form had it layer out clearly on their sheet.

I would suggest getting the bigger AC and the slide topper at a minimum, both are selling points if you decide to move on from your and very useful in the health and longevity of your camper.
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Old 02-23-2021, 11:17 AM   #8
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For sure! I’m fairly certain the one we’re getting doesn’t have the bigger AC and also doesn’t have the slide topper, but I will definitely be adding one!
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For sure! Iím fairly certain the one weíre getting doesnít have the bigger AC and also doesnít have the slide topper, but I will definitely be adding one!
Considering the Roo has bunk ends, we decided on the 15K A/C and it has proven its cooling ability over the last two years. We also have PUGs on each bunk and they really help to keep the bunks cooler. Perhaps Reflectix inserts will be in our future as well.

You may want to opt into the topper from the factory. IIRC, it was quite a bit cheaper than adding one to a Roo the dealer had in stock.

IMHO, thermopane windows are useless on a hybrid.
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Shamrock and Roo are twin sisters wearing different lipstick. Close your eyes and you can't tell them apart. Options will be the same.

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Old 02-24-2021, 05:48 PM   #11
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Great news!!! When we put our deposit on the trailer last week, there was no ETA on delivery and my sales guy said end of March/beginning of April. He called me today and the trailer came in! They ordered it with the darker wood interior. Since that’s not offered anymore, it came with the standard ash colored interior and as a bonus (read that as no extra cost to us) it came with roof mounted solar along with the inverter!!! Super fired up about that!!! Salesman said ALL outlets are wired to the 1000 watt inverter but I’m not sure about that. Anyone have knowledge of this is a correct statement!
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