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Old 09-21-2014, 03:44 PM   #1
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Tips Before Buying -Upgrading

Looking at going from a 24 ft Adirondack to a 39 ft Elkridge by Heartland. Unit is new, but 2014. We have been researching and like many things about this one. King bed, lg tub and vanity, more room, lg tv, lotsa storage, decor, furniture, style, more room, 2 a/c's, thicker walls, bath on master level, lg fridge, setup. No ducking in the loft to get go bed, more room, did i say that?


Any tips before, pulling the trigger so to speak ?
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Can your truck pull it? Per your other post don't worry what others think do what you think is right.
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Can you get to everything with the slides pulled in? Refrigerator, bathroom?
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Old 09-21-2014, 05:04 PM   #4
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Can you get to everything with the slides pulled in? Refrigerator, bathroom?
Good point, w our rv now, we have to the slide out a lil to access those.
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