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Old 12-21-2015, 06:47 PM   #1
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First trip in our 2016 North Point 377 rlbh

We took our first short trip in our new North Point. I have to be honest - I was a little nervous. My husband was a pro at hauling our 31ft bumper pull and I have to say he handled our new massive 5th wheel like a champ! We traveled about 180 miles to my sister's house. We stayed two nights and I tried to use everything in the camper including the central vac! So far I am loving this 5th wheel. The floor plan is great and we were very comfortable. Looking forward to a 5 day, 4 night trip to the lake next week.

I found a metal u-shaped handle under the bed that looks like it should be mounted to something. Not sure what it goes to. Anyone familiar with this?
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Old 12-21-2015, 06:50 PM   #2
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Post a picture and I venture someone will id it quickly.
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my wife looked at ours and we think it may be a handle to the central vac hose but we haven't even gotten the hose out to look at it.
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Does everyone know how the reading lights work in the bed room? Figured ours out by accident
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My husband has used the reading lights but I have not. He is the night owl! lol I guess I should get him to show me...
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Congrats on the upgrade. Sounds like the transition from bumper pull to 5th wheel was nice and easy. That's great.
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Old 12-23-2015, 07:24 AM   #7
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Congrats. I will be looking to get the same model in the spring. Does yours have the LED accent lights under the island and bathroom cabinets?
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Yes, Trightmer it does have the lights under the island and bathroom and also in the bedroom under the dresser. I can't say enough good things about this camper. We looked for 5 years before we bought this one because we wanted to make sure we didn't end up with something that did not meet our needs.
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Congrats RobinA !! Sounds like you did the whole RV buying process the right way. Enjoy your new North Point. It is a fine rig.
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Thanks RobinA.
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