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Old 08-23-2006, 07:49 AM   #1
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Question It's lonely here

Are there any other Reflection owners out there? Is so, leave a message. Maybe we can discuss models. It is lonely being the only one.
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Old 09-10-2006, 06:31 PM   #2
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hi forrrosie,
i know what you mean about being lonley , i'm in the siera forum and ive got no visitors too. nice room you've got here you should come visit me in the sierra room. take care and i hope things pick up in here for you
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Old 09-10-2006, 07:31 PM   #3
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I know it is slow right now, but remember this is a very new forum and it takes time for people to find it. We are at 132 members right now which is not a great deal, but for the time the site has been operating, is pretty good. Hang in there and as more people find it, there will likely be more with your particular models.

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Old 09-11-2006, 02:26 PM   #4
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We Know, Were Not Complaining Just Havin A Little Fun.
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Old 09-11-2006, 02:56 PM   #5
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We Know, Were Not Complaining Just Havin A Little Fun.

Please have all the fun you want.

As Kim stated we will grow and I really thank all of you for being here ande helping us out.

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Old 09-11-2006, 08:09 PM   #6
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By all means have fun. That is part of the purpose of it. Enjoy yourselves.

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Old 04-10-2007, 07:04 PM   #7
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I was just thinking as I read these threads that It might be a good idea to
let the RV dealership that I am purchacing my TT from know about Forest River
Forums so that when they sell this product line they can inform new owners of the web site.
If everyone else did the same I bet we would be one hot campfire burning here.

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On the plus side, you can wander around the Salem room and go "mine's nicer than that" !
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Old 04-11-2007, 10:41 PM   #9
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I know it is slow right now, but remember this is a very new forum and it takes time for people to find it. We are at 132 members right now which is not a great deal, but for the time the site has been operating, is pretty good. Hang in there and as more people find it, there will likely be more with your particular models.

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458 members as of today, thats about 326 in 9 months and now camping season is starting, up here anyway........spread the word
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I'll be picking up my new cherokee 5er on monday and I will tell them about this site . Sounds like the more the marrier .
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Old 08-07-2007, 04:28 PM   #11
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I just happened on this forum and am very excited to find it. We own a 2004 38' Reflection and feel lonely, too. We hardly ever see another Reflection on the road and were wondering if they only manufacture a few each year. We love ours. It's the second Reflection we've had, having had a 2000 34' for our first MH.
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To the forum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 08-18-2009, 10:32 AM   #16
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Hello all. My wife and i just bought a 2003 38' Forest River Reflection Triple Slide Diesel on a freightliner chassis and 330 cat engine. We bought it sight unseen (I am incredibly nervous) but were reassured it was in near perfect condition w/o hardly a scratch on it and its all in writing along with a guarantee to fix anything we were not happy about 100%. It was a bank repo that we got a great price on so all you can do is hope. We live in Alaska so we will not be able to pick it up in Florida until October. We plan to take a couple weeks every few months and continue traveling through the states since we can't affoed to quit our jobs and do it full time.

I have desperate to find more info on these but they are not very common. For the most part people seem pleased but I just want to know what to look for and things that may be helpful. The model we purchased has the full body paint and cherry cabinetry....looks really nice from pics. How is the quality vs other similar RV's? Please share what you like and don't like. How is fuel economy?

I hope to hear back from some other owners and as soon as we get ours we'll share the info as well.
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Old 12-06-2009, 08:34 PM   #17
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Talking my 35' reflection diesel

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Are there any other Reflection owners out there? Is so, leave a message. Maybe we can discuss models. It is lonely being the only one.



Hello out there.
I've bought my used my 35' reflection just over 4 years. This was my 1st motor home ever.
So far so good. I originally wanted 31-38 foot MH. Also I want a diesel and two slideouts. Well i got my diesel pusher but with only one long slideout.
The slide includes couch and kitchen.

My motor home has a 265-280HP cummins i believe it is. I'm glad i have a Cummins not a CAT. I'm still running on the original 10 year old tires.

I've never had any major problems as of yet. just a few minor things needed
replaced. I replaced the engine oil switch and the fan blade. I went with
a more efficient fan blade, more blades, bigger blade. The engine always starts right up. always runs just perfect.

I have the front-end aligned a few months ago. the tires started to 'cup' some.

I've upgraded many items on my MH. toilet, tv's, cabinets. solar, water pump etc.

I really like my motorhome. i doubt if i could have done much better for the money spent.

I recently replaced all LP regulators. This MH has a 7500w LP generator.
My gen would hesitate sometimes when the a/c's cycle on. At least i know
now that there is no oil in the LP lines and the LP WC pressure is correct.
Not sure i have this gen problem solved just yet.
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Old 02-25-2010, 12:31 PM   #18
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I've just bought a 2000 FR Reflections DP, also with the Cummins motor! So far we LOVE it! Looking for some other people with similar units. I'm having problems with the battery shut off... Doesn't work. It's like those buttons at the cross-walks of a busy interesection, you can press the button until your finger falls off but the light never changes.

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Old 02-25-2010, 01:07 PM   #19
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Speaking of lonely I am looking for any one that has the Rockwood Mini lite 1809S. We have one on order - the other day someone mentioned the 1809S but ended up thinking the R-Pod would fit his tow vehicle better.
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battery shut off

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I've just bought a 2000 FR Reflections DP, also with the Cummins motor! So far we LOVE it! Looking for some other people with similar units. I'm having problems with the battery shut off... Doesn't work. It's like those buttons at the cross-walks of a busy interesection, you can press the button until your finger falls off but the light never changes.

Brian
i've never used my battery shut off. I have a single solar panel and
it charges my batteries all day long.
I'd say go buy a new one. I recently added slo-blow fuses to my 12v and 6v batteries.
got them from del-city. fantastic price, like $3.00 each. why pay 15.00 or 20.00. i bought spares plus connectors and fuse holders.
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