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Old 03-04-2013, 01:48 PM   #1
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New to this forum and rving! My wife and I are buying our first t.t. and looking at the Couchmen Freedom Express series. Any thoughts, good or bad ? Thanks for any and all help.
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Welcome to IRV2. I'll move this to the TT forum where you'll have a better response to your question.
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Old 03-04-2013, 08:55 PM   #4
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I like the Freedom Express. The sidewalls are made with Azdel which is lite and strong water resistant material.

What model are you looking at?
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We're looking at the 304 and/or 305 rkds. Weight being the deciding factor. Still trying to get the truck loaded up and weighed and try to figure out the weight numbers for the tt and tongue wt. What's the best method for weighing? Weigh station scales? I've read in this forum about the guides and reviews for sale. Didn't know if they are worth the $$. Sorry for being long winded,lots of newby questions. Thanks for everyones help.
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Welcome. Get everything hooked up, then come try it out nearby. A few of us newbies have planned a small rally at Cape Camping & RV in Cape Girardeau, MO. April 12,13,14. This is a get to know you rally aimed at newbies. Private message me if you have any other questions. Come join the fun.
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Welcome to the website from St. Louis, MO! I think you will enjoy this site! I have learned a lot from these discussions! From tires to electric problems & tips, it has been very helpful! Happy Camping,
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Welcome from another new member. Happy camping and enjoy your new rig. Dave & Helen.
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Welcome to the website from St. Louis, MO! I think you will enjoy this site! I have learned a lot from these discussions! From tires to electric problems & tips, it has been very helpful! Happy Camping,
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Thanks, I've enjoyed this site alot! Everyone has been very helpfull. It's good to know that what ever the question, There is an answer some where on this site! We're in the process of getting our first TT. Research,research,research!
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