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Old 01-25-2011, 10:07 PM   #1
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My new Heritage Glenn 312qbud

We just picked this up 3 weeks ago and we are dying to take her out... hopefully this weekend. Had our eye on this model for months, but thought it was too heavy... Nice folks at Forest River redesigned and dropped the weight by nearly 1500# ....
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2011 Heritage Glenn 312Qbud
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Old 01-25-2011, 10:31 PM   #2
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Looks like a lot of room from the outside. Of course the politically correct thing is to not ask what you are towing it with or how much it will weigh loaded. My thing is if you are comfortable with it to heck with the weight police. Enjoy!!

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We have actually put a few hundred miles towing it over the past 3 weeks and even hit the scale last weekend, unfortunately been little chilly at night to actually sleep in it. Currently the rig is pretty well stocked with all the stuff we will need other than clothes/food and he offical scale weight was about 7400#. As for food we will buy most food when we get to where we are going, not planning any Dry camping so I will not be carrying water and clothes. I really dont see us going over 8000# and the truck is rated at 10400. So if I do go over the 8k I still have some wiggle room. Got full Dual cam sway that works nice, really dont feel the trailer much. Last years model (as mine is equipped was 8400 dry) while I "could" have towed that I didnt fell comfortable after it was loaded.

As for the "length", the pic angle adds a little to it but yea it is a little longer than I was initially looking for but EVERYONE says wish mine was a little larger or ready to upgrade... we we started witht he upgrade to avoid that
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Don't know TT size code, if it is a 31' TT you have as much living room as our 35' class A. you are all living and MH's have enging and seats that add no living space.
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