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Old 09-29-2016, 03:27 PM   #1
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If anyone is looking for a good deal on a Fastway E2

I found this deal yesterday and placed my order. This is one of the WDH that Escape now uses. The sale is on through 10/2.

https://accessories.lazydays.com/equ...000600-14-5610
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Old 09-29-2016, 04:38 PM   #2
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Check The Drop

One thing I found the hard way doing a WDH myself was that the standard shank with the Pro Series RB2 did not give me enough drop for my Yukon. Ordered one yet it was too long and would drag; waiting for another. Part of the confusion was from watching a video that showed you how to measure, but an important calculation- the top of the coupler height is provided by ETI. For the 19 & 21 Dennis told me it was 20". The standard shank for the E2 doesn't look like it gives much drop either. That is one thing about ETI- they have an assortment of shanks to use.

https://www.reese-hitches.com/learni...-towing-mounts

Haven't heard of Lazydays RV before; anyone have experience?
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Haven't heard of Lazydays RV before; anyone have experience?
Do you mean Lazy Daze? They're motorhomes: Motorhome Dealer | Low Profile Motorhome | RV Manufacturer | Quality Motorhome
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Lazy Dayz a manufacturer of very nice rv's, and Lazy Days a dealer. 2 different animals.
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Lazy Dayz a manufacturer of very nice rv's, and Lazy Days a dealer. 2 different animals.
Got it. And here I was thinking a spelling error...
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Well I'll have to say, whichever one they are, so far I'm very impressed. Ordered on Wednesday, delivered today. And that is with free shipping.
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