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Old 03-11-2015, 07:46 PM   #1
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who has a 375 bhfs eagle premier

Really thinking about getting a 2015 375 bhfs eagle premiere. Any reasons not to. Looks like a really nice camper.
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Old 03-11-2015, 07:54 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum. Good luck deciding.
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Old 03-11-2015, 09:20 PM   #3
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They're big. Long and wide when fully slid out. If your going places with small spaces you may not fit. You can't move inside without the slides out so overnighting on the road is difficult. With the island, you can't open the fridge without sliding the kitchen, making it hard to load the groceries.

Absolutely love ours and wouldn't have anything else. Everything above is minor to me. Love the outside kitchen and separate room for the kids.
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Old 03-11-2015, 09:34 PM   #4
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We have a 351 RSTS Premier and love it. They are big units, hard to squeeze into small spaces, expensive, get lousy mileage towing it and....wouldn't trade it for anything. Outdoor kitchens rock. We looked at the 375 but had no use for the bunks as it's just missus and me.
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They're big. Long and wide when fully slid out. If your going places with small spaces you may not fit. You can't move inside without the slides out so overnighting on the road is difficult. With the island, you can't open the fridge without sliding the kitchen, making it hard to load the groceries.

Absolutely love ours and wouldn't have anything else. Everything above is minor to me. Love the outside kitchen and separate room for the kids.
Reading the first part , I didn't expect a happy ending.

Sounds a bit like a love story.
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Old 03-11-2015, 11:29 PM   #6
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We have a 2014 375 BHFS and WE LOVE IT!!!! Can' speak a whole lot to how fun it is to pull because we picked it up in Middlebury and towed it straight to our seasonal site where she has sat since then. In my 20 years of owning a camper, this is the first one I can honestly say meets everything we wanted plus some,
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Old 03-12-2015, 06:53 AM   #7
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If this is your first unit then I would caution on the sheer size. As said above you do have to know your limits on spots, roads and storage. With a full size CC pick up you're at about 60ft.

We love ours and it does meet every need+ a few. Short trips are a little work since you have 2X's the tanks to service and with all the slides and such, but that is not a bother to me.
Usually we just pop out the fridge slide on the road to eat at truck stops, but you could not stop and bump out the bunks to overnight without a proper site.
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Old 03-12-2015, 09:47 AM   #8
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We have a 2015 37.5BHTS and absolutely LOVE it. Yes, it is big, but just check out park reviews ahead of time to see if they're big-rig friendly, then you'll have no issues. It's totally worth it for the second bathroom (I swear my oldest kid has a bladder the size of a gnat) and for the kids space in the back (mine seem to think 6 AM is a great time to get up. Ummm, no. A few puzzle books and games back there and we get to sleep in a little!). We wouldn't go smaller after having this one for a while.
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We upgraded from the X23B (24') to the 351 RLTS (39') and the first trip or two I'd figured I'd bitten off more than I cared to chew. We've travelled almost 7000mi now and I'm getting the hang of it. The biggest pluses for us (jus us 2) are the ROOM (echo-echo-echo) and storage space. The Premier line is equipped very nice and our floor plan fits us perfectly. When loaded I think the 375 would put us over weight (SRW). What do you have for a TV?
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We go in tomorrow to see what they are going to give us for our grayhawk 31ss and then make a offer on it. We did go to seasonal lot this year and are sure we will stay seasonal
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