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Old 05-19-2017, 08:59 PM   #1
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We have been looking for several weeks for a different camper. We currently have a Puma with no slides. We were looking for something with at least one slide to get a little more room and also a little bigger bathroom. We found a 2015 Flagstaff Super Lite 27VRL,it has the v-shaped front end. Anybody know anything about these trailers or in general the flagstaff brand?
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Using the search box in the upper right of the page with the Google logo, no hits come up. Searching all of Google yields this:

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Old 05-23-2017, 01:42 PM   #3
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While I am not familiar with that specific model of Flagstaff, I am familiar with the Brand.

As with everything there are good and bad. I have a 2016 Flagstaff Classic Super Lite 832 IKBS. Over all the quality of the build has been pretty good. We have only needed one thing fixed that was the shower which arrived broken.

We spent approximately 80 days in it last year and it was fine.

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We have been looking for several weeks for a different camper. We currently have a Puma with no slides. We were looking for something with at least one slide to get a little more room and also a little bigger bathroom. We found a 2015 Flagstaff Super Lite 27VRL,it has the v-shaped front end. Anybody know anything about these trailers or in general the flagstaff brand?
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2015 27VRL owner here. What do you want to know? We love ours. Plenty of room inside for 2 people. The bathroom in the front with dual vanities is great. We went with the table/chairs instead of the bench dinette. Plenty of overhead storage. Basement storage could be bigger, but it's adequate for our needs.

it really is a fantastic trailer.

Couple things we replaced when we bought it was the kitchen faucet, shower head, thermostat for a Coleman digital, added a GFCI outlet above the kitchen countertop, powered subwoofer (stock one didn't do anything really), removed in-line water filter and use external one at hookup, plumbing vent caps (stock ones worked sometimes). Otherwise the build quality is decent. Could be better, but there are a lot worse on the market.
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Riccochet, where do you position and strap down your rockers. We have the strap that is bolted to the floor and the individual straps for each rocker, but we can't seem to figure out the best position for them so they won't bang against the door. Also we have the dinette table and individual chairs. How do you keep them from bouncing all over?
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Riccochet, where do you position and strap down your rockers. We have the strap that is bolted to the floor and the individual straps for each rocker, but we can't seem to figure out the best position for them so they won't bang against the door. Also we have the dinette table and individual chairs. How do you keep them from bouncing all over?
We leave the one rocker next to the door where it is, but turn it 90 degrees so the back is against the door wall. The other rocker gets slid next to it, back facing the door. Should be two straps. You'll have to play with it to find the best position, but we slide the straps between the chair back and arm, couple with the other end and cinch down tight. We'll get the end table strapped in there as well. They'll move a little, but with some adjustment they shouldn't hit the wall, door or kitchen counter.

As for the dinette chairs there should be a strap on the table pedestal. Slide all 4 chairs in and the wrap that strap around a leg from each chair and cinch tight. They won't move. At least they haven't for us.

Oh yeah, we took the bedroom door off. I mean, it's just the two of us. Don't need it. Makes it easier to get in and out of the trailer while the slides are in.
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Thanks Riccochet.
We will give it a try.
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We have the Flagstaff V-lyte and love it. Three slides. Lots of room.
Haven't taken it off road yet stuff in RV park. It's 120 degrees in Arizona right now but plan to do some boondocking as soon as it cools off.
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