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Old 10-12-2010, 10:13 AM   #41
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It would be nice if they had a ask the factory section, divided up into catagory's IE Electrical, Suspension Furnaces Hot water heaters and so forth

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Old 10-12-2010, 11:45 AM   #42
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That sounds like a great idea in this case I hope 'big brother' is watching.

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Old 10-19-2010, 11:51 PM   #43
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I would like a knotty pine interior option. I saw another brand last week with that and to me it loooked great! Obviously not for everybody but would make a nice option Edited by: calliopeguy
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Old 10-22-2010, 02:00 PM   #44
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This is a great idea for a dedicated topic! ... what more could you expect from a vintage '67 GTO ;-) my era too.... need to add my 2ยข because it is a good idea!

Crossroads also needs to hear what they need to continue doing good too ... so they keep doing it! you know good and bad ....

Wehave spent about 10 nights in a new SF27RE 5vr and cannot wait to go again each time,but also 100's of nights in pop ups, hybrids, backpacking, tents and under stars over the years. item often mentioned as a need to have is a TP holder in the bathroon. I did not want that as I would sure be the 1st to shear it off walking by space is critical. We solved this by using a vertical standing paper towel holder and stacking 2 TP high. Looks fantastic, stays put (even when I hit it)placed out of way of traffic ALWAYS where I need itand looks very stylish too! one similar to ours is here ->


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Old 03-05-2011, 12:46 PM   #45
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we love our new Zinger and feel you do a good job of standing behind your product but here is our list of what we think should be changed:

1. fix the awning pins so that you don't have to play games and jiggle things to get it to stay. This is a safety issue. We have already had it in on a warrantyclaim for this and have heard others talk about the same problem.

2. an outlet near the bunks (maybe on that bathroom wall near the door) so kids can plug things in or a night light can be plugged in for little ones.

3. instead of a privacy window on the BH door, have a window w/ a shade, the sun beats in on our daughter during naptime and in the mornings.


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