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Old 05-26-2015, 07:17 AM   #1
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Hello fellow owners I was hoping that I could get some info regarding your loves and hates of this trailer and perhaps prevent some bad situations for me if you have any tips or tricks or must haves.

Any help would be appreciated. I am totally green to camping and travel trailers and I'm not a big fan of surprises.

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Old 05-26-2015, 08:49 AM   #2
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If you haven't already, I'd suggest you look through prior posts using the 'search' function. Since you are new to camping and travel trailers, there is a lot you should investigate to eliminate UNPLEASANT surprises. Some of those kinds of surprises could be VERY dangerous or expensive.

Have you read though the material you received when you bought your trailer? Doing that would help you to begin to understand what is in your trailer and how to operate it. At the very least, you will begin to understand more about what you DON'T know and need to investigate...
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I have used the search function prior to posting and there isn't a whole lot that comes up on this specific camper.
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Old 05-26-2015, 12:19 PM   #4
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I wouldn't worry so much about being the exact model. Most advice will apply to MOST of your situations. Questions can often be of a generical nature. ASK AWAY!
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First question I have is do you have acapable tow vehicle for this TT?
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My husband and I recently purchased the 324BHTS and love it. We just returned from our first camping trip at the lake. So far there is only one thing that I dislike...when the slides are in and you need to get something out of the camper it's impossible. Other than that, which is minor, it's wonderful. The storage space is amazing, the space in general is great. We camped part of the week with 5 adults, 2 teens, 2 younger children and a baby and had plenty of room. I love the island in the kitchen and my husband loves the outside kitchen.
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My husband and I recently purchased the 324BHTS and love it. ...snip...
Congratulations and welcome to the forum.

Yup... access to stuff inside with the slides in is often a challenge.
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I have the 2014 version of what you have I believe, and we love it, the huge water tank is great, my wife loves the island and the temp stays pretty even throughout the camper, but pull the thermostat off the wall and throw it away, and get the digital model, I think its a digital coleman mach, I bought one on ebay for $60 shipped, it works like it should, the old stat wouldn't hold a temp at all, I woke up freezing 2 times in the middle of the night when it was cold.
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My husband and I recently purchased the 324BHTS and love it.

What model year is yours? We have a new 2016 on order, but I can't find any pictures of the new ones. I hear that they moved the sink to the island.
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Old 05-27-2015, 11:31 AM   #10
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I've got a few questions about this model as we just ordered one but didn't get to see one in person. We just looked at an Eagle 5th wheel to see build quality.

We ordered our with the Party sofa instead of the hide a bed but have not seen what it looks like at all. I did sit on a hide a bed sofa in that fifth wheel and liked the fact that it wasn't caving in the middle like others do but is the seating on the party sofa comparable as the hide a bed?

I also watched a youtube video on this model and the guy said it was a full 80 inch queen bed which I highly doubt so can anyone confirm?

Thank you all
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