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Old 11-06-2012, 10:52 AM   #15
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I agree. I'm in Elkhart, Indiana visiting family and today looked over a Mobile Suites and a Redwood side by side. I'm already a DRV fan but really wanted to see a Redwood in person. Besides what you mentioned, I'll also say that the interior doesn't come close to the quality of the Mobile Suites. I could notice the increased insulation too.

Both models were for sale within $1,000 of each other too. To me that is a no brainer.
Yes this is great to know- so on my upgrade radar would be the 38RESB3. If anyone has info on this model pls let me know. Also is there any major structural - insulation etc between the mobile, elite, or tradition?

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Old 11-06-2012, 10:59 AM   #16
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Best to look at DRVs site for model comparisons. If I remember correctly the Tradition is their entry model and the Mobile Suites is the better choice for fulltime. Each model comes with upgrades over the previous one with the Elite being their top of the line. Typically it has the fiberglass one piece roof and granite counters with upgraded electronics. Each can be ordered with specific added upgrades though.

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Old 11-09-2012, 09:51 AM   #17
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Norcold update: Ha so i replaced the board and it said the ac heating elements were bad - so I replaced them - It still won't work - oh reset the board too- So running on propane it would not stay lit for more than a few hours. So after thinking it all through I put a magnet on top or the solenoid and of course it works perfect now - go figure

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