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Old 08-18-2014, 12:56 AM   #1
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Is this forum mainly for FR class A RV's, or? And should I hang out here or in the g

This forum seems redundant to me. Should I hang out here, owning a new 2014 Puma TT, or in the TT forum? It seems a lot of postings in this forum are all over the charts as far as type of RV (class a, class c, TT, pop-ups, etc.).

I guess my point is, isn't it more productive to hang out in one forum (sub) rather than bouncing around?
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This forum seems redundant to me. Should I hang out here, owning a new 2014 Puma TT, or in the TT forum? It seems a lot of postings in this forum are all over the charts as far as type of RV (class a, class c, TT, pop-ups, etc.).

I guess my point is, isn't it more productive to hang out in one forum (sub) rather than bouncing around?
I usually click on "New Posts" and read whatever posts sound interesting.
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It's your choice however I wouldn't limit myself to one forum. You'll find both to be helpful as well as many others here. Those that just hangout solely in the owner forum are missing out on a lot IMO.
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Is this forum mainly for FR class A RV's, or? And should I hang out here or ...

There is a world of info on IRV2. Hard to find information on say travel destinations on your given brand of RV thread.

You might want to trade units. Just check them all out on here.

Just think if we were not checking different threads you wouldn't get these fine answers. Lol

Used the "search" window and learn about many topics. Enjoy

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Old 08-18-2014, 07:27 AM   #5
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I'm talking mainly about the owners forums vs. the specific type of RV forums. Other areas of the forum are more specific for certain topics, I get that. But not having the time/wanting to, which area should someone choose as their landing page?
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I think the Puma is made by Forest River isn't it. If so Forest River has a very good site also. Actually runs on the same format & set up as the IRV2 forum.

Might try both of them. That what I do. I have a Forest River now ?

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Is this forum mainly for FR class A RV's, or? And should I hang out here or ...

I Just looked at FR site. Looks like the Puma is posted under the Palomino forum. If that's the same one?!

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I was just browsing the forum and see you own a Puma. I'm actually looking at the same model. How do you like it? Does it seem like a good quality RV?
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This forum seems redundant to me. Should I hang out here, owning a new 2014 Puma TT, or in the TT forum? It seems a lot of postings in this forum are all over the charts as far as type of RV (class a, class c, TT, pop-ups, etc.).

I guess my point is, isn't it more productive to hang out in one forum (sub) rather than bouncing around?
It all depends upon what your interests are how how much curiosity you have. Some issues are not RV gender specific so there is always something to learn.
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Well We are hanging out here and we are 5er draggers
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You can hangout & post wherever you want. Basically the idea is:
  • If your question is specific to your particular brand of RV (like basement air is to Winebago's or Comfort Drive is to Newmar's), then post your question in the owner's Forum
  • If your question is common to any travel trailer, then post your question in the Travel Trailer Forum
  • If it's appliance related, those are common across all RV's (MH 5-r, TT), then post your question in the Systems & Appliances Forum
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Forest River has their own forum, which is very similar to this one. They include a sub-sub-forum that is just for Palominos Palomino - Forest River Forums. that includes our Pumas

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Forest River has their own forum, which is very similar to this one. They include a sub-sub-forum that is just for Palominos Palomino - Forest River Forums. that includes our Pumas

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Forest River Forums is a sister site, also owned by Social Knowledge, dedicated to just that manufacturer of RV's.

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It looks like I'll be making this Forum my home since I'm an "Orphan", with a '99 Coachmen. I've been posting all over not knowing where to post for the best results.
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