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Old 04-18-2013, 09:58 AM   #1
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Question Anyone got a Eagle Premier 321RLTS?

Thought I wanted a Pinnacle 31RLTS, but saw a Premier at a dealer lot and like the floor plan much better than the Pinnacle. Just curious if any one has one and how you like it. I like all but the puny pass through storage. But I probably can learn to carry less "stuff"!
I am especially curious about the TV hanging on the back wall, does it ride OK? Lots of bouncing around goes on back there. Any how I thought the best place to find out how it is liked is to ask here. I see it has the Schwinteck slide in the bedroom. Are the problems worked out on that?
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Old 04-18-2013, 10:31 AM   #2
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I would just be aware that some "early adopters" had some problems with that system, if it's the one with the worm gears on each side of the slide. Ours would not work correctly and we had it back to the dealer three times before it was right. Worked great this last summer and I have tried it this spring and still seems to be working ok. Ours was a 2012 model HT 26.5 RLS, not a higher end Premier, bought in January 2012.
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Old 04-18-2013, 12:26 PM   #3
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We have the 351. No problems w/ TV or br slide. Don't forget the storage in the front compartment. We were close to getting a 321 but found this one left over on the lot. Great fp.
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Old 04-18-2013, 07:29 PM   #4
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Just bought a new 321 a few weeks ago, we are using it this weekend for the first time. So far I haven't found anything I don't like about it. It seems to be well built.
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Old 04-19-2013, 08:39 AM   #5
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Thanks for the replies! I know about the front storage, but it is smaller than the storage in my old Designer also. So I would lose in both places.
Sounds like maybe the slide problem is fixed or fixable! I have more looking to do, don't want to rush ino anything. But want to stay as lite as possible. Doesn't seem to be many in use, so not many replies.
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We have an 2012 Eagle 321RLTS. I guess its the same except the Premier is a newer model that has some upgrades and a different color scheme. The only thing I didnt like was the D rated tires which I changed. We haven't had any problems with the rear mounted TV or the BR slide.
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We have an 11 321RLTS and the TV at the rear had one issue which my dealer solved.The mount is too low so the remote had to be held up high and pointed downward to change channels.Hayes added a 2x4 block on the floor and all is well in tv land.
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Thanks again to all! that's what I wanted to hear!
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We have an 11 321RLTS and the TV at the rear had one issue which my dealer solved.The mount is too low so the remote had to be held up high and pointed downward to change channels.Hayes added a 2x4 block on the floor and all is well in tv land.
Any way you could post a pic of the fix. We have that same complaint and I have to do the same thing to overcome it.
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You just remove the mount and put a spacer on the floor and reinstall mount.
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