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Old 08-23-2013, 05:54 PM   #1
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Any Leisure/Triple E owners out there?

Hey, all! I'm curious to know whether there are any owners of any of the Leisure/Triple E products. I've put a deposit on one and joined the Triple E group but don't see any info about them. Are they so fabulous nobody needs to write about them? (Crossing fingers
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Old 08-24-2013, 12:48 PM   #2
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I owned a EEE for over 8 years,If they made a 35+' 5 th wheel it would of been my only choice.
Very well built by workers who care,hidden and not well known gem of a company.
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Old 08-24-2013, 08:32 PM   #3
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I owned a EEE for over 8 years,If they made a 35+' 5 th wheel it would of been my only choice.
Very well built by workers who care,hidden and not well known gem of a company.
Oh, thank you for your reply! I joined the Triple E group and have seen nothing in the last couple months since I joined, so I started to worry
I wish I could pick it up at the factory in Manitoba and drive back through Canada - dreamer that I am - but I still work and will be 100 percent thrilled when it's delivered.
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Old 08-24-2013, 09:06 PM   #4
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I have a Libero B+ from LTV, it is a great coach (new in 2010), Tripple E does a good job but I have had very few problems however whenever I have had a question I got excellent service. I may upgrade with a 2015 model from LTV/EEE. I suggest that since I am considering being a repeat customer this speaks for itself.

LTV has a great line of small RV's and anyone I have spoken to about the A's they made also provide good testimonial.

Good luck with your new coach, What model did you buy?
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Old 08-24-2013, 11:22 PM   #5
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I have a Libero B+ from LTV, it is a great coach (new in 2010), Tripple E does a good job but I have had very few problems however whenever I have had a question I got excellent service. I may upgrade with a 2015 model from LTV/EEE. I suggest that since I am considering being a repeat customer this speaks for itself.

LTV has a great line of small RV's and anyone I have spoken to about the A's they made also provide good testimonial.

Good luck with your new coach, What model did you buy?
I had the hardest time deciding but finally chose the Unity TB. And, yes, you're right - considering being a repeat customer says everything! I've only seen two out on the road here in Southern California and I look constantly 😎
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Old 08-24-2013, 11:23 PM   #6
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I have a Libero B+ from LTV, it is a great coach (new in 2010), Tripple E does a good job but I have had very few problems however whenever I have had a question I got excellent service. I may upgrade with a 2015 model from LTV/EEE. I suggest that since I am considering being a repeat customer this speaks for itself.

LTV has a great line of small RV's and anyone I have spoken to about the A's they made also provide good testimonial.

Good luck with your new coach, What model did you buy?
Oh, and thanks for your reply too
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Thanks. I was thinking of the Unity TB for my next purchase. I have a macerator in my current toad. Hope you ordered that option - it gives sooo many more dump options..

Everywhere I go, people admire the LV. We have had many RV's. The last two before this were Monaco 40DP's and they were great also. We downsized and wern't willing to go right down to a smaller class B and found this size is righr sized for us right now.

Good luck with ypur Unity. I think you will be very happy with it.
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Old 08-25-2013, 12:55 PM   #8
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Thanks. I was thinking of the Unity TB for my next purchase. I have a macerator in my current toad. Hope you ordered that option - it gives sooo many more dump options..

Everywhere I go, people admire the LV. We have had many RV's. The last two before this were Monaco 40DP's and they were great also. We downsized and wern't willing to go right down to a smaller class B and found this size is righr sized for us right now.

Good luck with ypur Unity. I think you will be very happy with it.
Yes, I ordered the macerator, I am a newbie and not exactly the most mechanically inclined gal, so I ordered everything that would even remotely make things easier for me (which was the reason I didn't buy the Unity MB - I figured there was less to break if I didn't have a slide!)
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RV Obsession.

While the slides are nice and indeed provide more living space while extended, they do take more space when retracted. And it is something else to fail. Had 4 slides on my last DP and I practised manually retracting so I knew what to do if something failed. Loved the extra space but was always mindful about the potential failure or having someone put a slide out without checking all was clear. Eeek. Almost happened when one of our passengers thought they would help before I did my walkabout to see if my slide would clear the pedistal. I knew I was close so when I saw the slide move I said STOP. As it turned out it was OK.

Re the MB model. I like to have the bed ready to climb into when I stop. Cannot do this with the MB. In fact one has to put the slide out to sleep anywhere. Bad for WM etc. It is even on the street side so pulling into street parking to get some sleep is also a problem.

I also like the option to have TBs or the Super King.

I believe you will love the Unity TB and it should keep its value better than most.

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RV Obsession.

While the slides are nice and indeed provide more living space while extended, they do take more space when retracted. And it is something else to fail. Had 4 slides on my last DP and I practised manually retracting so I knew what to do if something failed. Loved the extra space but was always mindful about the potential failure or having someone put a slide out without checking all was clear. Eeek. Almost happened when one of our passengers thought they would help before I did my walkabout to see if my slide would clear the pedistal. I knew I was close so when I saw the slide move I said STOP. As it turned out it was OK.

Re the MB model. I like to have the bed ready to climb into when I stop. Cannot do this with the MB. In fact one has to put the slide out to sleep anywhere. Bad for WM etc. It is even on the street side so pulling into street parking to get some sleep is also a problem.

I also like the option to have TBs or the Super King.

I believe you will love the Unity TB and it should keep its value better than most.

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The bed options and readiness were the reasons I went with the TB too. And I hope you're right about the value - at least that's the feeling I have when reading and researching. I'm giddy and apprehensive at the same time. 😜
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When do you get delivery of your unity
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Old 08-26-2013, 07:02 PM   #12
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Just purchased a used Empress by Triple E. I have to say the quality is there in the metal frame solid wood and many outstanding features. One example, I can fill from either side or both sides together. Also when connected to water a simple valve switch fills the freshwater tank.

We are going to be very happy
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Old 08-26-2013, 08:53 PM   #14
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I love to hear -and see - all the positive responses! It makes me look forward to this even more. Tentative delivery is November. Every day I wonder what they're adding to the unit
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