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Old 03-07-2015, 06:15 AM   #31
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Ordered our White Hawk 33BHBS in January. We pick it up today!! Took almost 10 weeks from production to delivery. Waiting stinks!!

Brian, Michelle, 2 boys and Sadie Mae the beagle
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Old 03-16-2015, 10:16 AM   #32
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Looks like our unit will ship on 3/5 a few days later than planned.

An update on our order...

Order placed Jan 12th
Unit off of line Mar 5th
Left Jayco Mar 13th
To arrive with us shortly.....

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Old 03-16-2015, 12:40 PM   #33
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My new unit arrived at dealership this morning. I will go do inspection, sign paperwork and schedule delivery on Wednesday. I cannot wait to see it! If it was not a 2 hour drive from me, I would be going today. Tomorrow is out due to appointment already scheduled, so have to wait until Wednesday.
Dawn, Rascal-Min Schnauzer, Belle-Blind Yorkie and Abbie-Min Pinscher
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Old 03-17-2015, 08:19 PM   #34
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Congratulations to all on your new trailers! We ordered ours at the end of January, and just found out that it will be shipping March 19, woohoo!

Since this is our second new purchase, a few words of advice to get the most out of your new invertment: Take some time to 'seal-in' the freshness, if you will......
I highly recommend caulking the tub area, all cabinets to the floor, seal (clear-poly, or paint) all of the raw wood (under the beds, etc), insides of drawers/cabinets, bathroom walls, outdoor kitchen areas -anywhere a potential spill may find its way.
Apply a stain-blocker (scotch-guard) to the fabrics/cushins/carpets/sofas/chairs, etc. This is your only chance to take advantage of this clean slate before the kids/dogs/friends/family move in and leave their mark.
Also prepare your accessory equipment as well. This includes the leveling/stabilizer pads, sewer hoses, water hoses, chocks, flag pole holders, chairs, etc, etc, etc.....
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Old 03-30-2015, 11:04 AM   #35
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My trailer is in, just under 8 weeks. Pretty excited, this winter has been so long. I just hope that the snow melts soon!

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