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Old 12-29-2012, 01:49 PM   #1
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Considering buying this model. Please provide feedback as I just think I would like to bunks in front along with the queen bed and the rear living so open. Please provide comments
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Old 12-30-2012, 02:35 AM   #2
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We have a 2010 CF31QB. This model has a front bunkhouse and rear full queen w/optional 1/2 bath.On the occasions when we had family or friends traveling with us the setup proved outstanding. When we traveled alone the bunkhouse offered fantastic storage. I do not think I, being 6'2", could own a model with an "RV queen (60" x 74")" bed. The best feature is the master bedroom 1/2 bath. When you need to use the bathroom at 3 am it can be done without disturbing those in the bunkhouse. It is also very convenient with a bunch of people on board.
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Old 01-01-2013, 11:16 AM   #3
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Please provide comments on the 355BL not other rvs. Thanks in advance
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Old 01-01-2013, 01:08 PM   #4
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Please keep a check on your attitude. Those of us who have been here for years are ready, willing and able to help but if you insult us you will be on your own.
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Old 01-01-2013, 02:19 PM   #5
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Again, don't comment on something other than my initial question that I posted. Thanks in advance.
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Again, you see how much help you are getting from the other forum members?
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:15 AM   #7
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I was getting this much help before you jack wagon. Your a real piece of work. Bet u still don't follow directions well.
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Looks like this guys mama never taught him any manners. Maybe you dont need any help since you all ready know so much.
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I have to agree with Art, many people are willing to help you out but if you are "IGNORANT" good luck!
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:31 AM   #10
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Think about it. A guy asked a question about a particular model and someone replies about another model. That like posting that I'm thinking about buying a Chevy 3500 truck so give me your thoughts on it. Then someone replies that they drive a Ford F250 and love it. Their response has nothing to do with the question asked. I understand he probably lives in his rv down by a river somewhere and never finished kindergarten which explains his responses and not being able to follow directions. I just simply asked for advice on a particular model and he chimes in about some other off the wall model that had nothing to do with my initial question. I can't stand ignorance is all.
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Since these are all built on the same line with the same material, appliances, construction method, labor, and options I can't imagine why someone might want to help you just because they have the same model but different floorplan (which isn't listed on the website and likely has few owners).
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Think about it. A guy asked a question about a particular model and someone replies about another model. That like posting that I'm thinking about buying a Chevy 3500 truck so give me your thoughts on it. Then someone replies that they drive a Ford F250 and love it. Their response has nothing to do with the question asked. I understand he probably lives in his rv down by a river somewhere and never finished kindergarten which explains his responses and not being able to follow directions. I just simply asked for advice on a particular model and he chimes in about some other off the wall model that had nothing to do with my initial question. I can't stand ignorance is all.
Wow, what an attitude ! Hope nobody gives you the time of day.
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Old 01-02-2013, 11:52 AM   #13
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Ha try looking at Crossroads Cruiser 31RK real nice. or go to Heartland Rv's
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Boys2308,
I'm sorry, I have had my unit for almost a year now...and I will admit to knowing nothing about it compared to what others can tell me on this forum. You talk about Art being "ignorant...living down by the river" etc. I'm sorry but that is uncalled for...it does not buidl good will, does nothing to further anyone else wanting to help you...and not to mention it is demeaning and in bad taste. Please do not judge anyone you have not met. Art has offered tons of experienced help to others in the past...and if you truly want help and the friendship this forum will provide you...then you will be well advised to change your tone...and I do have 2 college degrees...yet I know nothing about RV's. You will get more with honey than with vinegar my friend...as my old Colonel used to tell me..."be advised accordingly!"

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Your absolutely right. My apologies Fart.
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I'm not sure if you are a spammer or just a smart-ass...but know this...I am anything but an old fart...trust me on that young fellow. Now go buy a different model, Crossroads is not for you...I can tell that from your actions.

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Boys2308, Just like was said. Everyone on this site has RVs out of the same factory. If you dont have time to read through a few posts, you probably dont have time to own an RV.
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Think Forest River...please!
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You guys are wasting your time with this fella. Can't you see he's just getting his jollies by pulling your chain?
If this forum had any administrative over site, this thread would have been shut down and the OP reprimanded and/or banned.


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Lloyd,
You are right indeed...this fellow even sent me a PM I could not repost here, so he has been reported to the administrator. End of subject

On another note, Anaro has asked me if Solvit will take care of black streaks on the sides of his unit. I don't have the answer to that as I don't have black streaks (yet ) but I thought maybe you could answer him if you have the answer.

Happy New Year Lloyd,
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