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Old 07-25-2017, 10:23 PM   #1
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New HW296 is finally coming in.

I talked to the dealer yesterday to see where my new HW296 is?
So the owner called the Rockwood rep they deal with, to see where my new 296 is?
They told me it takes 14 to 15 weeks to build a camper, but I get it, they build them by hand, unlike a car which is built on an assembly line and robot's help build it.
I bought the camper at the Springfield trailer show in Ma in beginning of Feb. This way over the timeline of the build, it was done being built about 2 to 3 weeks ago.
My salesmen called me today and said it will be here by the end of the week, Monday at the latest, then they'll get the screened room hardware on and they'll be delivering it by the end of next week, Boy that's cutting it too close, my Wife and I and my Bro are leaving for Maine 2ndcweek in Aug for 2 weeks.

Once the trailer gets here, we got to pack it up with all our stuff from the old camper.
Talking about to close for comfort.
But at least I had them fully setup the screen room fully, so when we get to Maine setup will be easy.
I'll be posting picks from Maine.
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