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Seon

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Posted: 09/07/20 11:19am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Most campgrounds I've stayed had scenic views but the R-Vision trailer I just bought has a small window and seems like I'm looking thru a peep hole.
Would have been nice to have a much larger window to see the view. Guess I'll have to live with it, rant over [emoticon] .

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Small window does explain the rig's brand name, doesn't it?





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Come out to the Midwest where most our our views are of the RV next to us!


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naturist wrote:

Small window does explain the rig's brand name, doesn't it?


Now that's funny [emoticon] .

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Many TTs are window challenged on the curb side. Mine is for sure. Once I close the door... Also wish I had a front window. Yes, they leak.


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Even with the Rona rules, I do believe, you are allowed to sit outside...no?

Also, did they swap out the window after you put your deposit down?


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R-Vision must be short for "Restricted Vision"!


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valhalla360 wrote:

Even with the Rona rules, I do believe, you are allowed to sit outside...no?

Also, did they swap out the window after you put your deposit down?
X-2, the view from outside is much better anyways.


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You bought sight unseen?


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beemerphile1 wrote:

You bought sight unseen?


At the time of the purchase, I was more concern to check out the appliances, the slide operation, the electrical, interior and exterior conditions of the trailer which was/is are all in excellent condition.

At that time it didn't occur to me to sit at the dinette to look out the window. Not until last Tuesday during the maiden voyage up at Pinecrest campgrounds during lunch did I notice the size of the window. I guess I was spoiled having owned class c Itasca and Jayco, and a couple of class a Winnebago that all had larger windows, where I sat at the dinette drinking a cup of coffee or a beer and gazing at the scenery.
Had I noticed the small window when inspection the trailer would not have been a deal breaker. I just thought it would have been nice to have a larger window to admire the great view.

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