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Old 01-08-2013, 04:21 PM   #29
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I wouldn't rule out the tradition. I speced out a custom unit with DRV and it includes 8,000# axles and disk brakes, residential fridge, w/d, Fisher/Paykel dishwasher. They use wool insulation also. heated tanks with heat pads also. They are very accommodating.
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Glennwest - cool, sounds like you will have a great rig. This is good to know and something I will consider. I have been on-line looking at various units so much I no longer can keep all specs straight...ugh.

Do you know if you can have DRV build a Tradition w/o carpet?
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yeap. mine is coming with hardwood look and no carpet.
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My current 5er has what SunnyBrook called the 'min. carpet' option. Then another line item 'wood look'. Thd DW and I love the floor. It matches the woodwork great.

Glennwest - you will like that wood look floor.

I found out about the 20lb. LP tank on the Trilogy. It has a built in 97 lb. tank as well as a removable 20 lb. tank. I guess to get by in a pinch. This should be a 30 lb. tank IMHO.
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