Originally Posted by Nightshade
We have narrowed down our search to a Redwood 3951 WB for full-timing next year. I noticed that it was difficult to find a lot of reviews out there on the Redwood rigs. YouTube is full of "reviews" and walkthroughs, but I haven't really found anything helpful in online searches, so I turn to YOU AMAZING RV LOVERS!
One thing I read somewhere (it was a few years old) was that the WB model had some issues with venting the wine fridge, but that's about it. I've read some good things about Redwood as a higher end RV in general, which is good.
So......not sure if my inability to find anything out there on this specific model is a BAD thing or a good thing, in this case.
I welcome any feedback from you! Thanks for reading my post.
I can speak about the newer ones , ours is a 2015 . I would say in general they are well suited to full time use . There is a few things I would say could use improvement in the RV market place in general for sure. Any 5th wheel over 15,000lbs rideing on springs without shocks is a bad idea. Our RL38 goes down the road at 17,200 lbs and is a good fit for duel wheel 1 ton truck , There isnt a single wheel truck on the market that this RV wouldn't over load the rear axle weight limits. We have upgraded to Morride IS and disk brakes from 7000 lb axles and drum brakes , well worth the money and trip out to Elkhart Indiana . I will never own a 35'+ trailer at this weight without it, Its that much smoother ride. I leave out our coffee maker and toaster on the kitchen counter , it never moves even on really bad roads. I would suggest looking for a used Redwood many current owner where looking at getting a newer unit and they all said there current trailer has more storage .
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If you have questions I am happy to help send me A PM.