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Old 01-28-2011, 07:41 AM   #15
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I did purchase the Phoenix Cruiser 2350 (23" 8" long). All the PCs come with a large storage on the passenger side rear. It has a drawer under the storage area, which has a flip up floor. I put two small folding chairs, a Weber Q grill, two sandwich sticks, a outdoor door mat (X) and the two small lpg bottles in the top part of the storage. This leaves the drawer for other items, up to 200 lbs, like windshield cover, spray cans (WD40, bug spray, etc), and a bunch of other stuff. The rear trunk holds the 2 electric cords, 2 hoses, spare sewer hose, and my flags and flag pole.
I downsized from a 35' class A into this rig and am amazed at all the storage room.
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Old 02-19-2011, 10:51 AM   #16
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Phoenix Cruiser 2400

Could you get in touch with me by email so I might learn from your experience in setting up and using our new one, which is under construction. I am looking for any insites on how to pack..what to put where...what little tips you may have to make my life easier! Thanks.
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Old 02-19-2011, 10:55 AM   #17
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Dear Bob & Peg,
I would be interested in hearing any tips you have to share from your 7 week trip in your PC...we have one on the way..and its a downsize from our 34' Suncruiser. I will be grateful for any tips, thoughts, on what to take, what I don't have to have, where to put clothes, food, stuff..computers, maps, mail, etc. Would love to hear from you by email. Marymhilton70@gmail.com. Thanks.
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Old 03-05-2011, 08:06 AM   #18
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It would seem that you should be packing a variety of tools, a good selection of materials-especially electrical tape, battery lug connectors, and heat shrink tubing.

I understand that Phoenix USA will be offering this and much more as part of a 'cruise securely'' option in '12
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