DIDN'T EXPECT THAT! Cool Upgrades on this Travel Trailer RV! Posted on April 27, 2019 chicago hotels cool dallas hotels didn39t EXPECT hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet rental property RV Trailer travel travel vlog Upgrades vacation 42 thoughts on “DIDN'T EXPECT THAT! Cool Upgrades on this Travel Trailer RV!” Thank you so much for including the interior heights!!! It'll be key in our purchase decision!!! Hubby at 6'7" needs that 7' ceiling!!!Reply This is like our Grand Design Imagine. We love the storage space we have.Reply We just got a Forest River Rock wood ultra lite 2906rsd. It's exactly like ours other than the slide out countertop extension. Weights 8100 dry. Used 3 times so far and love it.Reply Do you review class c? I would be very interested in that. Thank you for the video's that you post.Reply I own the Rockwood version of this camper, my only complaint is the electric leveling feet, they only dampen movement in the camper. Scissor-style works much better.Reply I could absolutely see myself in that unit. Very nice layout!Reply In your opinion, who makes the best quality fifth wheels?Reply you just showed yourself in the mirror u look good 🙂Reply I just shared this with the wife since the kids are grown this would be great for us, and our grandson!Reply Just FYI I beleve i had a Forest River rep tell me that no matter the brand if it's under the forest river name they will come with torflex axle's. My 2017 palminio does.Reply I would like to see you do a review of the Northwood's Arctic Fox 29-5T. The floor plan is one of the most thought out in the industry, similar to the older Terr y EX 305G. We had a Terry and the dealer had a hard time getting enough.Reply When the slides are in, you just access the shower from the hallway. It might interfere getting to it from the bedroom, but just go in the hall.Reply Cougar's have a pass through drop frame.I personally like the Sport Trek line more. The 327VIK is a sweet looking rig.Reply good trailer!Reply I don’t know where to write for a question but here it goes as I know you are very knowledgeable about trucks. I have a 2008 Ford F-150 5.4 liter triton. At times right around 45 MPH I get what sounds like a grinding noise but I can’t pinpoint where it’s coming from. When I let off the accelerator it goes away or if I attain the speed of 55 it goes away. I was wondering if you of this scenario and what it could possibly be.Reply Where's the technology?Reply Winnebago also uses a drop frame on their travel trailers.Reply Wow! That's a lot of coach for the money. I really thought it would higher.Reply That tall outside stowage should be added to outside kitchen for a sinkReply I saw two Rockwoods today one was hooked on a Silverado 2500 and forgot other pickup other was hooked on glad came to this channel to write what saw when this channel was on my mind when saw those two they were nice on the highway.Reply Ya, ive pulled a camper this heavy with a 1500. 2005 z71 ext cab to be exact. Did fine till a hill. Then its 2st gear at 4500 rpm going 60mph. Then the 2011 silverado with that weight of a 5th wheel. 2rd or 3nd gear at 60mphReply You known what I'd be interested in seeing? A completely balanced trailer with an axle on either end of it The front axle obviously being a left/right rotating wagon type, just like on a second pintle transport trailer. Zero tongue load, perfect stability. No porpoising, no sway. Tow vehicle weight perfectly adjustable for traction; maybe using a water tank. Because of the two pivot points, the tractor and trailer should also be able to follow a more perfect curve, reducing inside-radius cutoff that is most pronounced in fifth-wheels.Reply Weird ass trailer… yea drop frame and the sure step.. that is about it.. The big storage space totally blocked off at the end.. only a newbie would buy that.. The wardrobe slide out being smaller and Schwintek is reasonable. I dislike and heavy Refrigerators etc. on any slide-out.. I would not buy a unit with a Schwintek… (as I have worked on them. but smaller is better if you have to)… and nothing w/ a full wall slide. MAYBE a 1/2 wall slide w/ a couch and dinette or table chairs etc.. Lite weight.. NO heavy equipment on any slide.. common sense.. ALSO equipment like fridges GAS or electrical. and on a moving slide???? where do those lines go when the unit is slid in going down the road>> um usually right up next to your tires.. what happens when/if you have a blowout?? Gas and electrical gets ripped out.. Just did an emergency repair to a 5th wheel. with a LP fridge line ripped off with a blowout a few weeks ago..Reply Love your vids but that is 100% half ton towable! F150 top tow package is 13,200 that is plenty of leeway! I tow a 10000lb toy hauler with mine across country amazing ride and control! I highly recommend you try it sometime! (If you are ever in Nashville you can drive mine!)Reply How long is itReply What was the length of the unitReply The front ACs on Flagstaff TTS are connected to the ducted system. Can be used for blast mode. One weakness of their outside kitchen is the strength of the shelf holding the fridge. They need some reinforcement, especially if you load them up like I do🍻 Definitely love the suspension set up on ours!Reply I would love to see a super C review always been interested in thoseReply The kitchen even looked large enough for a permanent island.Reply Nice living room and kitchen. It would be great if I was down sizing from married to single. 😁 It is a nice TT JD thanks for sharing.Reply I-loved our rockwood signature ultra light for fit and finish and quality – best unit we owned in my opinion.im not a fan of this floor-plan at all however – i think there are much more functional rear living units if that is what you are after.Reply check out the Jayco Eagle 284bhok. Drop frame with a huge pass through basement. Picked one up a few months ago.Reply NiceReply Rockwood did a really nice job on that travel trailer, especially for that price point. Lots of cool features pulled from some of the nicer fifth wheels.Reply Just like our rockwood 2906RSReply Love Rockwood's… Miss my WindjammerReply Dry weight?…… Not everyone is going to max out the cargoReply We have a Rockwood (Flagstaff sister build on the same production line) 2909ws. It's our 2nd Rockwood and I can testify that the build quality is really good. No problems at all. That torflex suspension is really good.Reply Who is the Dealer? Why are you not promoting or even mentioning the Stocking Dealer's Name?Reply That entry side slide is humongous it is very large inside for such a small trailer nice spacious layout and the storage is really great on that and a decent price alsoReply That tall outside storage would be good for an easy-up canopy tentReply My EcoBoost cam pull 11300 lbs . I ve pull 10000 lbs many time with o issue .Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.