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  1. tpspuck
    05-08-2013 08:45 AM
    We just got back from our first long trip - 5 nights including 2 nights/3 days dry camping in a Tailgate parking lot at a stadium. The unit was great. I did have to dispose of a little gray water in buckets because the showers were a little to long when hung over..... The water gets hot very fast for the bathroom showers. We never ran out. The unit did great even in strong winds. - Much better than my old Fun Mover 31C. The biggest issue is the sofa sleeper bed and the cheap air mattress it comes with. Ours does not hold the air over night. We cant find a hole, and believe it is leaking back through the built in pump, plus it is a single chamber whick does not work well as I am 190LBS and my wife is 120LBS....If I roll over, she gets bounced off the bed....We spend most of our nights in the loft which was ok, but I would rather have a biiger space and will be purchasing a better air mattress.
  2. Ddono
    04-15-2013 09:49 PM
    Damm !!! Why would they take the heat & AC out of the garage ? I want to get the one with the fold up couches/ beds in the garage to be able add sleeping area when going to bike rally's etc. :( I have the Rand McNally 7720 GPS that you can punch in the size and Height of your RV and it will warn you way ahead of low overpass and bridge heights etc. or divert you around them ! Unfortunately low tree branches are not included in the warnings *L* How is the bathroom and shower ? Enough hot water for a decent shower or do you need to take a quick GI shower like in my old Work & Play fun hauler ??? Well thanks for the info and keep me updated with the good - bad- or indiferent Much Appreciated
  3. tpspuck
    04-15-2013 11:12 AM
    So far it seems to handle very well. Turning has not seemed to feel top heavy. The thing that scares me is forgetting to look at the overpass height.....So far so good. Thinking about putting a sticker on the dash to remind me how tall it is. On other thing we noticed this weekend was that they took the AC and heat ducts out of the garage area. That was a big selling feature for us and I am pissed about it. Nothing said they were doing that in any of the litature, so we expected it to be the same as the 3611.
  4. Ddono
    04-13-2013 06:28 PM

    Thanks !!! That gives me an idea as to how much I may be able to haggle over the price with them when I get ready to purchase Might have to wait a bit till sales slow down on the new 37LS. Thats definately the one I want. Hope you are enjoying yours so far !!! Looks awesome Can't wait to get one. Let me know if you have any problems or issues with yours OK ? Only concern that I have had was that they look a little top heavy. Any problem with corners and swaying because of the height ???
  5. tpspuck
    04-10-2013 05:51 PM
    I paid $107,500. When I was shopping MHS in Texas, they had sent me an online special price of 109,000. They had a $1000 gift card and bunch of junk that they were throwing in with a purchase. I tood the deal to our local camping world and was able to work a deal that let me run the sale of my Fun Mover through them and saved on cash difference on sales tax and also did not havethe travel costs. When the unit came in, the GM said he should not have sold it for what he did. The 37LS got real hot and others cant get them and are now charging a great deal more. I got real lucky!
  6. Ddono
    04-06-2013 05:05 PM
    I sold my Work & Play fun hauler privately to a nice couple and I'm in the process of selling off a few acres of land I own here, so I hope to be purchasing one by mid to end of this summer. Can I ask what the price of your unit was and what options you have in it ? I like the idea of the fold up bed/couches in the back and the drop down one over the driver/passenger seats. Plenty of room for biker friends on rally trips (Sturgis) etc. and room for the grandkids on the camping trips I've been drooling over yours ever since you put the pics up (Lol). That is one nice looking rig !!!
  7. tpspuck
    04-05-2013 10:49 AM
    We had the same issue with no Outlaw dealers in the state of Colorado. I had planned on purchasing a 3611 from Motor Home Specialist in Texas. The price was good, but I just did not get a warm and fuzzy feeling based on how difficult it was to get questions answered. They are the largest Outlaw dealer in the country and had plenty of inventory, and trhe 37LS was just comming in so I got a price on one and decided to take their price to our local Camping Wolrd dealership and got a very fair price that actually in the long run saved me money because they helped process my Ebay sale of my Fun Mover, so I saved a bunch on sales tax and also saved the cost of flights to Texas and the fuel to get home.

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