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Old 06-04-2012, 09:08 PM   #1
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2012 365BHS rocks......

I'm tickled to report last Thursday we picked up our new 2012 365BHS and have to say we love it even more than we did our 2011. The folks at RVDirect (picked up from Des Moines) were SUPER. My PDI wasn't scheduled until 2p but we drove up the night before and spent the night. Got there at 11a, they had just finished washing it and was more than happy to start our PDI immediately. It was missing 1 piece of trim over the super slide, and other than this I couldn't find a single problem. Unfortunatly, the campsite where we are leaving it isn't completely ready so we spent 3 nights shaking it out at a state campground. Had no issues or problems with anything and hoping they have our permanant site ready to move into next week.
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Congrats....... Enjoy

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Old 06-05-2012, 07:12 AM   #3
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Enjoy it Jr. Glad it's everything you wanted and the build quality met your approval. Nothing like delivery day PDI.
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Glad to hear the PDI on your 2012 365BHS went well. Enjoy your new camper!
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Super! Wish we had a permanent site---getting a site in the campgrounds here is almost getting cutthroat!!
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Sorry to hear that PugMom. Around here, not only are they readily available, but very cheap. I only pay $90 a month plus my own electric for a 40'x90' lot.
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Old 06-06-2012, 01:36 PM   #7
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Congrats on the new 5er.
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Enjoy the new rig. Will be interested in your comparison vs the other rig.
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One thing I already noticed is the airflow to the back bunks is much improved. It wasn't terribly hot during our shake-down, but with the AC on you could actually feel air moving back there. Also like how they replaced the kitchen pantry with shelving you can adjust and the master bedrrom closet is a lot bigger. We ordered the remote control feature as well and although we leave ours permanantly parked, anyone who camps at different places, I would highly recommend this add on. You can control (in and out, up and down) all the slides, front and rear landing gear, awning and porch light with a pocket size remote control.
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