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Old 08-24-2013, 03:16 PM   #15
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Old 08-28-2013, 09:18 PM   #16
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Thanks for the replies and suggestions. The DW and I have decided to go with a 12'9" Solitude by Grand Design and get the covered area raised to 13'6" for any future needs.

I did look at the Nuwa site which still lists some 2013 models for sale, but felt it would be best to look elsewhere.
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Old 08-29-2013, 11:09 PM   #17
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Thanks for the replies and suggestions. The DW and I have decided to go with a 12'9" Solitude by Grand Design and get the covered area raised to 13'6" for any future needs.

I did look at the Nuwa site which still lists some 2013 models for sale, but felt it would be best to look elsewhere.




Awesome choice, which model are you getting, the DW and I purchased the 369RL in June
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We are trying to make our minds up between the 369RL and the 305RE. With the 369 being 39' and the 305 being 36' it will be easier for us to park the shorter unit in state parks where we sometime go.
We do like the 369RL because of the king bed, and the placement of the entertainment center. Other than that, they are similar floor plans.

What do you pull your 369RL with?
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I have also been advised that any trailer that uses kitchen counter material on a bedroom chest of drawers or on a living room credenza or anywhere other than a kitchen counter is also disqualified.
We have a MH and Corian on all ours with undermount sinks, why would that disqualify a rig?
Just curious is all.
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We are trying to make our minds up between the 369RL and the 305RE. With the 369 being 39' and the 305 being 36' it will be easier for us to park the shorter unit in state parks where we sometime go.
We do like the 369RL because of the king bed, and the placement of the entertainment center. Other than that, they are similar floor plans.

What do you pull your 369RL with?



I pull it with a 2005 Dodge 3500 4x4 short box, have plans for a new Ford in the future with a long box
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Our Columbus 320RS is 12'6".
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