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Old 07-02-2010, 07:39 PM   #1
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My wife and I finally broke down and traded our outback for a 2011 Fun Finder Extra 275. I am really hoping it was the right choice. I have seen many post on here with people stating that they are believeing these trailers are junk. I really, realy hope this is not the case. I have seen a few better features on the outback and also some better features on the fun finder. We were looking for this floorplan a few years back and no one offered it. We actually were set with outback since we bought it new only 2 years ago, but fell in love with the versitility and floorplan of the fun finder. This is a new model for funfinder and I belive thier largest. We have one month until our maiden voyage. Please wish us much sucess with our new toy
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Old 07-03-2010, 08:27 AM   #2
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Congratulations on your new trailer! We too are new to the Fun Finder world and have been having simular feelings about whether or not we made the right choice... I think we did This past weekend we took ours out to a local State park (no hookups but had a great time) and used a Honda EU3000i Handi generator (just purchased this too & it's awesome... one pull and it's working) So far we haven't found any major problems and hope it stays that way. Ours is a 189FDS 2010. This mini outing gave us a little time to play with the new camper. Right now it's set up in the side yard for some redneck camping...lol

Hoping your maiden voyage is an awesome one!
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Old 07-03-2010, 01:24 PM   #3
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how do you like the Honda Handi? I am debating right now between the 3000 handi and the regular 3000i. Looks the handi is lighter but has a no elct. start and a little less amps.
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Had no difficulty whats so ever starting the unit. Know we could have gone with a cheaper generator but do know a few people with Honda brand generators and they haven't had any problems with them and having had other Honda products, we know they are reliable . We did consider the electric start one but it was a bit heavier and since dear ole hubby broke his back 12/09 (fell out of a tree heading up to a tree stand...ugh) we try keeping things light as possible. May down the road get another one to parallel with but for now we are OK.
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