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Old 06-21-2015, 09:16 PM   #11
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Unless you load all your stuff behind your rear axle of the 5th wheel then you will be over. Will your 2500 tow it ok probably but I think you will see a lot more people being pulled over to have their weight checked as it will generate more revenue for the state as I think their are a lot of people out there that are towing over their limits. Adding air bags or leaf springs will not increase the capacity number of the sticker in your door jam. I will use air bags only if it does not set level. Remember also most cargo capacity ratings are using a full tank of fuel and a 150 lb allowance for the driver so fo me I am adding 100lbs right off the bat.
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Old 06-22-2015, 10:43 PM   #12
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I'm all air bags myself!
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We just got our 2015 375 bhts this spring and love it. Lots of room for our boys and the wife and I have plenty of room. Your going like it a lot. Enjoy
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Any chance that you, or any other 2016 BHFS owner also have a Dometic Ice Maker? I'm curious to know if it fits where the microwave used to sit in the outdoor kitchen, or does it fit inside the baggage compartment? I have one and really don't want to tie up the precious counter space on the kitchen counter.

Oh yeah....we just signed our paperwork and the order is officially placed on our new North Point 375 BHFS. Now the process of waiting begins for us as well!!!
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Any chance that you, or any other 2016 BHFS owner also have a Dometic Ice Maker? I'm curious to know if it fits where the microwave used to sit in the outdoor kitchen, or does it fit inside the baggage compartment? I have one and really don't want to tie up the precious counter space on the kitchen counter.

Oh yeah....we just signed our paperwork and the order is officially placed on our new North Point 375 BHFS. Now the process of waiting begins for us as well!!!
LOL. I just tried to put my Magic Chef in the ODK yesterday and no go. The cabinet is about 13 inches above the raised counter and my oce maker is about 18.

It does fit nicely in my basement, but most of the time I just leave it on small folding table under my battery compartment door plugged into the outside outlet.

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I bought a 2015 375 bhfs in May. I am pulling with a 2006 F250 extended cab 6.0 diesel. I have no problem pulling the camper, but I did over heat the brakes on the truck after traveling through a congested traffic area. Thinking about upgrading the brakes and also curious about the airbags to level the truck. Love the camper so far!
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Old 06-29-2015, 07:36 PM   #18
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Our order was officially placed on Saturday afternoon. We dealt with Seven Os in Kirkville NY just outside of Syracuse. It was a pleasure to deal with them and I was ecstatic that they beat the deal that Albany RV told me NO ONE can be beat. Arrogance is not a good characteristic when it comes to sales in my opinion.

Anyhow, we are fired up and looking forward to hopefully getting a few trips in before tucking her into bed for her long winter nap. They were saying probably about 10 weeks before delivery but they should know more at about the 6 week mark.

Any insight from anyone as to how long it took to get your special order?
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I ordered the North Point in my sig from my local dealer on 4/8 and it was at the dealership on 6/8. I ordered as soon as dealer had options info and floor plans available. I like getting a 2016 so early in the camping year. We are really enjoying ours. I saw a new North Point being pulled by a transporter heading south on I-55 today.
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I have another question for any 2016 North Point 375BHFS owners out there. How many roof vents are on this coach? I believe there are two FanTastic Vents. Do those come with covers already installed? The reason for my inquiry, my current TT has covers on all the vents. I know the FanTastic units need a special cover to maximize air flow. Just wondering if it would be advantageous to remove them for reinstall on our new unit.

Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!
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