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General Discussion / Re: Motor Home vs. Travel Trailer
« on: March 13, 2018, 07:52:07 pm »
My husband and I have had 3 trailers in the past.  The pop-ups were easy to pull and hook up, but were absent on amenities, including toilet.  Our last trailer was self-contained.  We had to pull it with an F150.  It required a 50 pound stabilizer hitch and was a challenge to level.  We had been looking at both 5th wheel and motorhomes in preparing for retirement.  The 5th wheel would require us to upgrade to larger truck, I did not like driving the F150, so could not imagine dealing with a bigger truck.  When I lost my husband unexpectedly, I realized I could not manage the truck and trailer alone.  After lots of research, help from my folks, who have been RVing for 30 years, I found PC.  I have great hopes that my new 2552 will allow me to continue to camp and travel without the struggles that came with the travel trailer.

Disappointing to hear about the surge protector issues.  I am scheduled to pickup my 2552 on 4/2.  I have also had a surge protector installed, but I don’t have your skills to replace it on my own.  Really need it to be working before I leave Elkhart.  Did you find anything else that needed to be addressed?

General Discussion / Re: Staff changes?
« on: February 25, 2018, 08:18:39 pm »
Lynn, I am in Marion, not too far from you.  Jax, I am interest in how the Elkhart Campground might fair thru flood, but will probably just need to give them a call in a couple of weeks to check on conditions.

General Discussion / Re: Staff changes?
« on: February 24, 2018, 09:38:44 pm »
Thank you, good to know that others have had contact.  My coach went to paint 2 weeks ago, so I am guessing that it is back at PC factory now.  We are on the brink of some flooding here in Iowa too.  I hope the PC factory is not negatively impacted.  For those familiar with Elkhart, is the campground in a flood zone?

General Discussion / Staff changes?
« on: February 24, 2018, 02:39:48 am »
I am about a month out from deliver.  I have been in contact with Earl and Kyle regularly about mY build for months.  They have always been extremely prompt in responding to me, but in the last week my messages have gone unanswered.  I have also noticed that on the website where it directed folks to “contact Earl” for sales inquires, now it just says “contact sales”.  Has anyone spoken to PC in the last week and do they know if Earl is no longer the point of contact for sales?

General Discussion / Re: How long in Elkhart for delivery
« on: February 16, 2018, 04:54:56 pm »
I ordered mine in late October, but specifically asked for a delivery date of 4/2, since my folks are traveling from the West Coast to help me take delivery and I did not want them to encounter snow on their travels.


General Discussion / Re: How long in Elkhart for delivery
« on: January 17, 2018, 08:55:41 pm »
Thank you so much for the input.  My folks who are longtime RVers (2 class As), will be joining me on delivery.  Dad has gotten me a checklist that is very thorough, but not PC specific.  Advice for brand owners is always good.

General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself!
« on: January 17, 2018, 08:47:52 pm »
Thank you for the reply.  Earl sent a few pictures of my coach under construction, it is exciting to see the progress.  Is there any areas/issues that need extra attention on delivery?

General Discussion / How long in Elkhart for delivery
« on: January 16, 2018, 09:53:49 pm »
I am scheduled to pick up my new 2552 on 4/2/18, how long should I plan to stay in town to resolve any issues?  What kind of issues have others had to deal with on delivery?  I have read on other posts that PC does not do a final inspection, is this true?

My new 2552 is currently being built.  I sought my dad’s advise in the process of ordering.  He highly recommended I add the surge protector and Lifeline AGM batteries for their quick recovery and being maintenance free.  I will be traveling solo most of the time so having leveling jacks were important to me. 

General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself!
« on: January 07, 2018, 12:15:08 pm »
My husband and I have been long time campers.  First in tents, then pop up, and currently in a Jayco hybrid trailer pulled by F150.  On the unexpected loss of my husband in September, I realized that I would not be able to tow the trailer alone.  My father, an RV expert  (nod), and I researched various options which would allow me to continue camping/traveling independently.  I researched and drove various other products, but settled on a PC 2552 which is currently under build (oddly without stepping into or seeing one).  Kyle and Earl have been very easy to work and very  tolerant of even what they felt were unusual requests (specific brand of AGM coach batteries). We have added options that we think will make travel/maintenance easier for me i.e. Lifeline AGM batteries, Steer plus, surge protector, backing monitor, shelves in shirt closet, sofa, full paint, surround sound, 2nd fan and HWH leveling.  I will be garaging the RV.  Is there anything else that I might need to make travel as easy as possible?  We reviewed MANY posts on this forum before making the purchase and since and respect the wealth of experience this forum offers.  Also, do the PC rallies offer education on product?

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