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My wife and I recently bought a big rig from a couple which also included a membership into Thousand Trails as part of the package deal. We are currently experiencing difficulty transferring the membership, and we wonder if it is worth the effort. We would appreciate hearing about any experiences you seasoned travelers have had concerning this resort in particular and any other rv resorts you may have had experiences. It is a big investment, and while we have read other review sites on Thousand Trails, we are not sure we trust all the information on those sites, probably from our lacking very little rv experience. We find it hard to separate legitimate from illegitimate complaints in those forums. We look forward to a long association with the Escapees RV Club and hope to meet many members. If you think you can help us, please jump in and comment. We will value any input.
2014 Phoenix Cruiser Model 2552 Class B+ Description: One owner popular floor plan in excellent condition, stored in Northern California. All the options included in the Premium Convenience Package PLUS a number of unique custom factory installed options. No snow, no smoking. Looks and feels at home in fancy RV Parks, but also has the size and onboard systems to perform extremely well in national/state parks or boondocking. (Phoenix USA is a family run business which manufactures high quality, customer-focused Class B+ RV's. They work closely with customers and sell factory-direct only) Clear title. Asking: $75,000 (originally $105,000) Mileage: 15,000 Exterior Color: Cafe' (gorgeous full body paint with Diamond Shield) Interior Color: Sunlit Cabinets: Cherry Flooring: Wood Laminate Fresh Water Tank: 45gal Waste Water Tank: 35gal Gray Water Tank: 23gal Propane: 42lbs Ford E-450, 6.8L, V-10 206" Wheelbase 4.56 Axle Ratio ABS Disc Brakes Michelin Tires Fuel Capacity: 55galCargo Carrying Capacity: 3,094lbs Premium convenience package (4K Onan Generator, Roof Air With Heat, Samsung 32" LED TV Over Cab, 19" Samsung LED TV in bedroom, 6 gal. Gas/Electric DSI Water Heater, Outside Shower/Faucet, TV Antenna & Booster, Fantastic Fan Roof Vent, Gold Carbon Fiber Dash & Drink Tray, Electric Step And Heated Remote Mirrors), Back up camera/monitor, Sanicon Macerator Sewer discharge system (in addition to standard 3" gravity feed waste tank connections), Heated holding tanks, 5,000 lb Class 3 hitch, 17’ power awning, TV antenna & booster, 1800 watt inverter, Electric slide out with awning topper, Solid Surface countertops, Samsung Convection Microwave & Oven, Norcold refrigerator/freezer, 2 burner range, 30,000 BTU furnace, MCD American Duo Day/Night Shades, Stowaway (hidden) screen door, Winegard Sensar III Wingman Digital TV Antenna, Outside electrical outlets, Patio light and lighted main door grab handle. Special factory installed options/upgrades: Hard-Wired SurgeGuard Power Management System, upgraded A/C to 15000 BTU with heat strip, Second Fantastic Fan Roof Vent, 50 amp power system, Ultra-Leather Euro-Lounge recliner, roof mounted Winegard satellite TV dish, satellite radio antenna and cab radio upgrade to receive Sirius/XM, Passenger side exterior propane connection for BBQ, Dual pane insulated and tinted windows, Swivel passenger seat, 6 way power drivers seat, Surround sound w/Samsung BlueRay 3D player w/ stereo radio, Electric Ultra-Leather sofa converts into a full bed, HWH hydraulic leveling system, Mirror w/compass & temp. After market additions/upgrades: Safe-T-Plus steering stabilizer, Rear sway bar, AGM cab battery, tire covers, E450 windshield sunshade, TST tire pressure/temperature monitor on all 6 tires (plus 2 spare sensors), Exterior Windshield Cover, Fantastic Fan Vent Covers And more! Contact: Mike Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Fairfield/Suisun City/Vallejo, CA (No dealer consignment inquiries, please.)
Luciano posted a topic in General RV InformationMaxine, my rig is rated at 30 amps. I have a converter plug that converts the 30 amps into 20 so I can plug it into the plug at my house (which I believe are 20 amp) so I can keep the batteries charged at full capacity. This I understand. I plan on going to Baja for a few months next year. Because of possible issues with electrical surges, I bought two surge protectors. One 30 amp and one 50 amp. The most I can pull is 30 amps because that is all my rig's system can handle. Even if the campground box is 50 amps. If this is the case, was it a mistake to have purchased the 50 amp surge protector? Do I even need it? My main electrical cable that runs from my rig to the electrical box is 30 amp rated (I'm assuming) Both ends are rated at 30 amps. (I'm assuming) The female side that I plug into the van and the male side I plug into the electrical box. If the electrical box is 50 amp and my rig is 30 amp, do I need to get a 30 amp to 50 amp convertor, or can I just safely plug in my 30 amp cable into the 50 amp box without any problems? Are there any other converter plugs I should have or any other surge connections I should have besides what I mentioned? I want to make sure I have everything I need, in the event I run into any problems. Thanks for the help! P.S. I wasn't sure where to put this post. If it would be better somewhere else, please feel free to move it, or duplicate it.