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Old 03-23-2016, 02:42 PM   #1
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2017 19' Standard Features and Options

Some of the new changes for the 2017 19'...

Standard Rear Upper Brake/Signal Lights.
Flat door with integrated screen door.
Optional Double Pane Frameless windows
Larger Exterior Hatch (10x24 rather than 9x18)
12' Dometic Power Awning with remote.
Standard fridge is changed to Americana 5 cu. ft. 3-way RM2554 with option to upgrade to Americana Plus 6 cu. ft. 3-way DM2663 (double door).
Built-In Mirrored Medicine Cabinet in Bathroom
Larger 28 gallon fresh water tank
4" wider chassis
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File Type: pdf 19' ORDER SHEET.pdf (76.4 KB, 1038 views)
File Type: pdf Standard Features Revised 19.pdf (327.0 KB, 902 views)
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Old 03-23-2016, 02:47 PM   #2
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MaxxFan in bathroom??
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Old 03-23-2016, 03:02 PM   #3
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Oooh, MaxxFan in the bathroom AND a stainless steel kitchen sink? Nice.
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Old 03-23-2016, 03:04 PM   #4
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MaxxFan in bathroom??
From the standard features list..."Power Bathroom Vent (MaxxFan)"
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"4" wider chassis"
Now that's a BIG deal!
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MaxxFan in bathroom??
What kind was in there before?
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"4" wider chassis"
Now that's a BIG deal!
Wonder if that will be true on all sizes? And if there aren't any changes to the interior, as previously stated, I guess that would mean more aisle room. Although the bed would be larger.

Interior photos!
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Why is just the metal chassis 2" on either side a benefit? Kountrykamper.... Or are you saying the fiberglass body is also wider? Thanks in advance.
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Sounds like to me the trailer may now the same width as the 21'

Nothing has not been changed on the specs yet. The 21' is 4" wider than the classic 19'

If its just a wider frame its not a big deal. If its a wider trailer thats a big one. Need ETI to let us know.
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Gotcha, thanks for posting.
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Old 03-23-2016, 03:27 PM   #11
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I would guess they went with the wider frame to accommodate the larger water tank.


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on the new build order sheet what does this mean
"Options: Please note your deadline for confirmation is January 2016"
would I be correct in thinking that date changes on a customer by customer delivery date basis and Escape emails this to you the buyer and that deadline date changes to 60 days before a customer's specific delivery date?
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on the new order sheet what does this mean
"Options: Please note your deadline for confirmation is January 2016"
would I be correct in thinking that date changes on a customer by customer delivery date basis and Escape emails this to you the buyer and that deadline date changes to 60 days before a customer's specific delivery date?
That is correct. That date changes.
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Sorry, I have edited the Standard Feature List. The power vent in the bathroom is not a Maxx Fan.

The bottom of the shell is now wider, hence the wider chassis and wheel stance. Overall size of the body has not changed.

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Old 03-23-2016, 03:39 PM   #15
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You will also notice, regular double pane windows will continue to be an option and frameless double pane windows are a second option.

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Reace,
Is the window in the door double paned and is the door insulated?
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I also noticed there's an option for an external frig fan for $175. I'm assuming that means there isn't one in the frig? I remember cpaharley (or ??) commenting on that and I was wondering what was up with that.

Is this external fan so the heat build up can be vented or ??. Clueless about how all that works.

If you don't get that option, than what will happen? Will the frig die an ugly death just after you've loaded it full and you're out boondocking somewhere? (Just my luck that's where it would happen.)

Are the prices of the options the same for all of the trailers? I noticed the heat pads w/spray insulation is $900, but for the 21' we paid $1000.
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Yes, the door is insulated, as is the window.

For the 2017 models, we are also changing the material used for the extra insulation. I can't provide an R value, however in our tests, the new product has 2.5 times better insulating value than the currently used reflectix. Unfortunately this product cannot be used in the older model as some modifications were necessary to make everything fit.

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The foam cost changes with size of trailer
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Alrighty,
My build is done. $38,000 cn plus delivery.
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