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Ok we went for it at the RV show this weekend... Got a 2008 Superlight FS2500  :jumpie  It will be ready in 6-8 weeks! YAY! Dirt season just got a whole lot funner...

Start calling just before week 6 to keep the fire burning. I know a couple of guys who were strung along for a while.

What dealer did you go with? :cool


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REALLY!  :angry
Oh no!!! So when should we really start calling and who should we call? We went with Giant RV... Should we call them or call WW? :confused


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I'd say start with the dealer, then if you think they are stringing you along, call WW.....


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Maybe the more I bug them the faster it will get done... Nobody likes a whiny girl calling them every day...  :D


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Maybe the more I bug them the faster it will get done... Nobody likes a whiny girl calling them every day...  :D

Why don't you call 'em and ask if you can come watch them build it? :eek

I've taken the Weekend Warrior D.I.Y. crash course over the past year! Why just last night I stopped by my buddy's house to "help" him install and plumb an air compressor. He had just finished installing these cute little shelves in the bathroom closet for his wife. Nice job, color matched the stain and everything. :D


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I don't know about putting Bathroom and Matched Stain that close together!!  :eek  :laugh  :D


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Maybe the more I bug them the faster it will get done... Nobody likes a whiny girl calling them every day...  :D

Why don't you call 'em and ask if you can come watch them build it? :eek

I've taken the Weekend Warrior D.I.Y. crash course over the past year! Why just last night I stopped by my buddy's house to "help" him install and plumb an air compressor. He had just finished installing these cute little shelves in the bathroom closet for his wife. Nice job, color matched the stain and everything. :D

Interesting plan...  :D  I might have to try that...
THANKS!


CE Get your mind out of the gutter...  :puke  :rotflmao


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CE Get your mind out of the gutter...  :puke  :rotflmao

It's Not In The Gutter...Yet....  :laugh  :D


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Ok we went for it at the RV show this weekend... Got a 2008 Superlight FS2500  :jumpie  It will be ready in 6-8 weeks! YAY! Dirt season just got a whole lot funner...

Start calling just before week 6 to keep the fire burning. I know a couple of guys who were strung along for a while.

What dealer did you go with? :cool

When we ordered ours they said 6 weeks and it took 12 weeks :beat . It all depends on the run they are doing at the time.
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Ok we went for it at the RV show this weekend... Got a 2008 Superlight FS2500  :jumpie  It will be ready in 6-8 weeks! YAY! Dirt season just got a whole lot funner...

Start calling just before week 6 to keep the fire burning. I know a couple of guys who were strung along for a while.

What dealer did you go with? :cool

When we ordered ours they said 6 weeks and it took 12 weeks :beat . It all depends on the run they are doing at the time.

:angry Better not take 12 weeks.


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Maybe you should start calling now?? :stupid  :D


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Ok we went for it at the RV show this weekend... Got a 2008 Superlight FS2500  :jumpie  It will be ready in 6-8 weeks! YAY! Dirt season just got a whole lot funner...

I am looking to buy my first RV/trailer/toy hauler and was looking at the same model.  Mind if I ask how much you paid?  :good
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Ok we went for it at the RV show this weekend... Got a 2008 Superlight FS2500  :jumpie  It will be ready in 6-8 weeks! YAY! Dirt season just got a whole lot funner...

I am looking to buy my first RV/trailer/toy hauler and was looking at the same model.  Mind if I ask how much you paid?  :good

If you are looking for a great deal, some very clean used models get listed on Glamisdunes.com:

http://www.glamisdunes.com/invision/index.php?showtopic=89559

This one in particular looks like a great buy at that price. :good


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Ok we went for it at the RV show this weekend... Got a 2008 Superlight FS2500  :jumpie  It will be ready in 6-8 weeks! YAY! Dirt season just got a whole lot funner...

Start calling just before week 6 to keep the fire burning. I know a couple of guys who were strung along for a while.

What dealer did you go with? :cool

Hey Glassman! Guess the phone calls helped... Taking delivery on Saturday!!!  :jumpie  A full 3 weeks early!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :)
First trip next weekend Dec 8-10! Then a bigggg trip in January.  :good


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:good Congrats!! Just goes to show what a little reminding will do!! :phone  :jumpie  :D


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:good Congrats!! Just goes to show what a little reminding will do!! :phone  :jumpie  :D

Exactly!  :cool


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[quote=GlassMan,Oct. 26 2006,7:25 amHey Glassman! Guess the phone calls helped... Taking delivery on Saturday!!!  :jumpie  A full 3 weeks early!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :)
First trip next weekend Dec 8-10! Then a bigggg trip in January.  :good

Congrats!! :good

You must be sooo stoked.  :jumpie

Hey, I saw a good post on glamisdunes.com about all the things you need to properly equip a new toyhauler. Quite a comprehensive list.

http://www.glamisdunes.com/invision/index.php?showtopic=91340

Best of luck with your new rolling abode! :peace


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Check out the new cherry wood cabinets they offer in the wide body's!  :good Very nice! Too bad they didn't have that in the Superlights  :(

Too bad they're not real cherry wood. Weekend Warrior does not use "real wood" in their trailers, but instead use particle board cabinets with veneer type contact paper. It looks great until it starts to peel. We were totally turned off by Warrior when we looked deeper than the skin. Warrior has been having big time problems due to the tare weight of the trailers being above the max gross weight, and tongues bending. The standard tires for non-superlites are 15" that are not rated for the max gross wt of the trailer. There have been many complaints of cabinets(mainly the TV cabinet) falling off the walls while being towed. They have serious customer service issues as well, and don't hold their values as well as others according to NADA Guide. To read about the issues, visit RV.NET forums. We looked for 11 months before deciding on our trailer, which is a garage model with bedroom slide and living room superslide. We also were able to buy our trailer which has every available option and upgrade for $33200 OTD. The msrp for ours was $59680. The only thing we've added is a MovinView satellite dome for DirecTv.




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That's quite a list!.. :eek  :good

Rv toilet paper
poop tube and fittings
Chemicles for grey and black tanks
water hose
water fill hose to fill tanks
water regulator
water filter to put on hose when you fill the tanks
towels
dinner ware ( paltes, siliver ware, glasses, beers mugs, shot glasses)
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soap (dish and body)
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cooling fan inside the fridge
ice chest
tools
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first aid kit
outside chairs
barbeque
locks for the ramp door
read the owners manual on everything and send in the warranty cards
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throw rugs for the sink stove and bathroom
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Check out the new cherry wood cabinets they offer in the wide body's!  :good Very nice! Too bad they didn't have that in the Superlights  :(

Too bad they're not real cherry wood. Weekend Warrior does not use "real wood" in their trailers, but instead use particle board cabinets with veneer type contact paper. It looks great until it starts to peel. We were totally turned off by Warrior when we looked deeper than the skin. Warrior has been having big time problems due to the tare weight of the trailers being above the max gross weight, and tongues bending. The standard tires for non-superlites are 15" that are not rated for the max gross wt of the trailer. There have been many complaints of cabinets(mainly the TV cabinet) falling off the walls while being towed. They have serious customer service issues as well, and don't hold their values as well as others according to NADA Guide. To read about the issues, visit RV.NET forums. We looked for 11 months before deciding on our trailer, which is a garage model with bedroom slide and living room superslide. We also were able to buy our trailer which has every available option and upgrade for $33200 OTD. The msrp for ours was $59680. The only thing we've added is a MovinView satellite dome for DirecTv.



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NT, you're gonna love your trailer. Anybody who has a trailer, boat, car or a kid for that matter, will tell you they ALL have issues.

Just take your time and go over the rig thoroughly with the salesman before you take delivery. I know its hard - you'll be all excited and giddy like a kid on Christmas, but you have to look closely at details. Switch switches, slam doors, make sure everything lines up. Take a close look at the caulking at all the seams you see inside AND outside.

Make sure they tell you everything and ask lots of questions.
Did you know that the roof itself has a good warranty - BUT the caulking around it has to be replaced every 6-12 months to keep the warranty in effect!

I just re-caulked mine before T-day. Oh, pop the caps off the wheels and check to make sure the bearings have been greased and that they replaced the rubber dust seals. My buddy's brand new rig was missing one cap and mine didn't really look like it had been greased properly.....especially after I had to pump in a whole tube. :eek

Did you get a fuel station? Make sure you get all the little doo-dads like the crank for the stablizer jacks, the hooked end rod-thingy that you use to pull down the canopy.

And once you get it home and loaded try to find a public scale to find out just what you have in terms of weight (and how it's loaded, balance wise) ;)


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NT, you're gonna love your trailer. Anybody who has a trailer, boat, car or a kid for that matter, will tell you they ALL have issues.

Just take your time and go over the rig thoroughly with the salesman before you take delivery. I know its hard - you'll be all excited and giddy like a kid on Christmas, but you have to look closely at details. Switch switches, slam doors, make sure everything lines up. Take a close look at the caulking at all the seams you see inside AND outside.

Make sure they tell you everything and ask lots of questions.
Did you know that the roof itself has a good warranty - BUT the caulking around it has to be replaced every 6-12 months to keep the warranty in effect!

I just re-caulked mine before T-day. Oh, pop the caps off the wheels and check to make sure the bearings have been greased and that they replaced the rubber dust seals. My buddy's brand new rig was missing one cap and mine didn't really look like it had been greased properly.....especially after I had to pump in a whole tube. :eek

Did you get a fuel station? Make sure you get all the little doo-dads like the crank for the stablizer jacks, the hooked end rod-thingy that you use to pull down the canopy.

And once you get it home and loaded try to find a public scale to find out just what you have in terms of weight (and how it's loaded, balance wise) ;)

Thanks Glassman! I found a pretty comprehensive of things to check for during the inspection over on glamisdunes. It seems redundant but I WILL make sure we check everything.
So you re-seal yours yourself? Hmmm... Interesting... We'll have to do that, we are also buying a cover for when it's in storage, any thoughts on that?
I heard there's a public scale somewhere off the 10 near Palm Springs, do you know where that is?
And yep, everyone has their own opinion on what's the best. And EVERYTHING has problems. I also feel it's most important how you care for your toys that has the greatest impact on how long they last.  Everyone is always so quick to blame manufacturers... Like "JEEZ why's my boat falling apart already, I take real good care of it and park it outside in the sun beside my house in Corona 365 days a year, I can't believe that my paint has faded in only one year, it must be defective..." Uh duh...  :rolleyes


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We just bought a 23' WW FS and we love it. There is a reason that they hold their value better the all the other. :good


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We just bought a 23' WW FS and we love it. There is a reason that they hold their value better the all the other. :good

:good Cool Congrats!!!

Glassman, this was the list I was talking about... Minus the engine stuff how does this list look?
http://www.glamisdunes.com/invision/index.php?showtopic=49745


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I've seen that list. I'm not sure I could remember to check all those things....even if I printed the list out! :stupid

But it's an excellent approach.

We have a brand new cover...still in the box! It's some work to wash the rig, dry it haul the cover up on the roof and cover it when we have been going out just about every two weeks (tweekers)!

I'll probably put it on after our Christmas trip. I think we'll be taking about a 3 week break since we'll be out there for a week.

What I need are tire covers....those I can handle. :D


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