Good morning all you Crossroads owners. Wife and I will be picking up our CF365BL next week. We have been RVers for the last theee years. Our first unit was a Flagstaff TT that gave us 3 years of pure joy. As it worked out, our shake down will be to Fort Wilderness. As my learning curve will have to be rapid any Crossroads, 365 or 5er owners out there with any advise, please pass in on.
Turn all the knobs, plug something in every electric outlet, pull every handle, flip every switch, look up, over & under every where, turn on all the faucets, & run all the appliances to make sure they all do what they are designed to do & to be sure you know how to make them do what they're designed to do.
Danny & Linda
Sold my '13 Redwood 36FB
Currently rv & truckless
In other words what travelin texans is telling you is----do a complete PDI
Here is a link. Print it out and take it with you when you pick up your trailer. http://www.angelfire.com/trek/buenavistas/
2008 Cruiser CF26RK
2013 Ford Eco-Boost
Heavy duty payload - Max tow
*2016 CAF25SE Cruiser Aire 5er. *2020 Chevrolet 2500 HD Custom
*Ted & Tricia (Mimi- Teacup Poodle)
*I have tried to live my life so that my family would love me and my friends would respect me. The others can do whatever the Hell they please!” —John Wayne
Congratulations on the new rig!!!
You also are in for tons of fun at Fort Wilderness. We love it there and I think we just spent our 8th time at the Fort with the RV in October. Still have not found any CGs that can compare.
We stayed in the 700 section this time and by far like it the best. We travel with pets so we need the pet friendly loops.
2014 36FL Redwood pulled by 2015 GMC Denali 3500
I agree with Jeffur as stated above. These can come with some pretty crappy quality tires. Last thing you want is a problem or a blow out going down the road. I changed mine out first thing... Just my 2 cents...