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Old 07-19-2013, 02:44 AM   #11
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We have had ours since December and love it. There have been a few minor issues with our Whitehawk but nothing big. As for any repairs to be made with ours, they were not worth taking to the dealer so I fixed them myself. I do have a leak in the shower that I have to track down. But I do believe I can fix that myself as well. The thing pulls and tracks great. It is a little bit of a chore to get it in my driveway but I manage. I have not noticed any unusual wear on the tires as of yet. My only real complaint Would be the lack of windows that open in the bedroom. Not a big deal but I may replace them someday with ones that do.
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Old 07-19-2013, 02:01 PM   #12
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We have had ours since December and love it. There have been a few minor issues with our Whitehawk but nothing big. As for any repairs to be made with ours, they were not worth taking to the dealer so I fixed them myself. I do have a leak in the shower that I have to track down. But I do believe I can fix that myself as well. The thing pulls and tracks great. It is a little bit of a chore to get it in my driveway but I manage. I have not noticed any unusual wear on the tires as of yet. My only real complaint Would be the lack of windows that open in the bedroom. Not a big deal but I may replace them someday with ones that do.
We have a 2013 27DSRL bought last November from Orlando RV. To date very pleased. Less weight, easier and less stressful tow than our fifth wheel & plenty of space for the two of us. Only issues to date, leaky shower enclosure, which I 90% remedied but still getting a little seepage on either side of the shower door. The other problem (and don't know if it is one), we had water intrusion through the window frame weep holes on the slide windows and kitchen window. No wet wall or floors. All systems are functioning fine, though I do agree a window that could open for ventilation in the bedroom would be nice. Guess the emergency exit window must be an RVIA requirement, even with an exterior door present in the bedroom. We also think the rig's storage capacity was quite impressive for its size, even the "basement". Only thing I couldn't fit in there was my Weber Q grill, but no worry, I have come to love cooking over charcoal again! Viva Match Light!!
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Old 07-19-2013, 06:06 PM   #13
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I bought the 2013 White Hawk 29SQB in February and 5 months later Im still very happy with my purchase. On the interior I have only found one design flaw. The seat back for the table was real weak and broke away from the seat on our first trip. The dealer fixed this and it has not been a issue. I am a huge fan of the no carpet floors(5 kids and 3 dogs). The kids love the 4 bunks in the back! On the outside, we absolutly love the outside kitchen and the quick disconnect gas lines. I am constantly getting complements and requests for tours in the campground. I think the wider spacing of the axles makes the ride real smooth, although you wont be able to use that wheel chalk that wedges in between axels. I haven't had any swaying, bouncing or pulling and we've been out at least 7 times since February. As far as backing everything is made easier with practice.
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