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Old 06-24-2005, 09:55 PM   #15
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Good luck with your new pu and do not forget about a tranny cooler especially for mountain roads .

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Old 07-15-2005, 06:05 AM   #16
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Hi MEDORG. We are picking up our Flagstaff 205 tomorrow. Was thinking about the 176 series, but then my wife saw the shower and cassette potti . . . . SOLD! Yeah, I know, I SAID I was going to buy a Viking. Still my next choice. 26 gallon Water capacity with heater is terrific. One of the other dealers [Fleetwood] told me that ALL pop-ups have ten gallon water tanks . . . yeah sure! ALL Forest Rivers have a 20 gallon tank except for the LTD series. Looking forward to lots of fun.

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Old 07-16-2005, 05:36 AM   #17
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Congrats... I enjoy mine, but dont advise anyone what to buy... it is an individual choice..check the factory installed your shower curtain directly above the shower/potti...mine was 4 inches off... after I moved it... no more slaps on the back with a very cold curtain !!! I had intended to build a solid shower wall, but quit after 3 goes...it was hard to store when removed. I did remove the cassette cover and all its hardware.. about 20 Lbs of it..filled the screw holes with silicone..also removed the shower head bracket that was screwed to the wall of the shower wall, down low. Bought a spring loaded pole, and fitted the holder to that. So now the head is high enough to enjoy the shower without haveing to hold the shower head itself. But have made lots of other "happy" mods. Now working on extension awning mods.. ie it will cover the bed ends, connect to the current awning zips, and add about 4ft to the awing on the rear end, 6ft on the front end.. for shelter..and to give heat protection to the bed ends.. I will post photos when done..ca end August. May also note, I dont need/use ANY towing aids with this popup. No sway control...etc..etc..But I did have electric brakes added. Best wishes.

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