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Old 08-08-2016, 03:16 PM   #1
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Well folks first of all i would like to thank all of you for the welcome and help. as you know we have a 195rb which we really like, however the black tank (9 gallon) and grey (15 gallon are just way to small. and it is quite small, having said that we just bought a Flagstaff 21FBS will be picking it up on Saturday. i will check in from time to time just to say hi
again thanks for all your help and happy camping !!
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you know I will you guys are great
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Old 12-17-2016, 02:39 PM   #5
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Hi all,
time for the review of the new Flagstaff 21FRB I miss the size of our 195rb when backing what i don't miss are the small waste tanks 9 gallon black and 15 gallon grey, the new TT has 29 gallon tanks for both black and gray. i really like having a slide out I wish that Jayco had a TT the size we wanted with a slide out Our Jayco was much easier to winterize than the Flagstaff, took me 10 minutes to winterize the Jayco took about 30 minutes and a lot of hassle to winterize the new one, the DW liked the bathroom in the 195 better than the new one, w really like the large frig and the kitchen in the new one. has a stove that makes a great pizza contrary to what most folks say about stoves in RV's ours works great. we really like the double sink when it comes time to wash dishes. all in all i am happy with the new TT. we really liked out 195rb and our camping in it made us realize the things we wanted in a TT . i think the 195 was and is the best TT on the market for a starter.
hope everyone had a great camping season !!
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Glad to hear your happy with the new camper.
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Sounds like you got what fits. I agree your last trailer would be a no-go for the tanks.

The size of the tanks are the biggest reason I picked the trailers I did, because I boodocked a lot. My previous trailer, a 19RD Flight, had 90 gal FW, and 35 gal black and grey. My new 21QB has the same. Fresh water is the weak link in boondocking, you can always relive yourself outside, throw dishwater out, etc. But we use more water that most people realize, we find that out when we boondock.

Everyone has different requirements, if you always have hookups, you don't need the bigger tanks. Its all a balance.
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