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Old 06-16-2017, 07:36 PM   #1
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Hello everyone, Wife and I are newbies to the Fun Finder family, but have been rving for 20 years. Hope to learn a lot from each of you. Our new rv is a 2017 21rb.
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Old 06-16-2017, 08:46 PM   #2
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Hopefully your new Fun Finder will truly live up to it's name, and you can enjoy it frequently! Welcome to the site.
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Old 06-18-2017, 02:22 PM   #3
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Congratulations and welcome to the club!! Everyone is always so helpful on this forum, you will love it!!
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Old 06-19-2017, 08:31 AM   #4
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We are new to FF too! Hoping to get lots of pleasure from this RV, first trip happening July 5
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Old 06-19-2017, 11:06 PM   #5
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Welcome to both of you newbies! We really like our FF 189FBR. We have made two trips this year so far and have some more planned. Get out there and enjoy.
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Hello everyone
Brand new to solo traveling. Just got my funfinder. A bit nervous. I feel like I just entered kindergarten. Terrified still learning how hook my rig up. And backing in to a space is very much a challenge. I am so grateful for everyone who has crossed my path with help.
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Welcome to the new funfinder owners.........ask any questions as lots of experience here...and they will help you avoid mistakes.

Also, those who have been RVing in other brands, share you knowledge as well.
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Old 07-04-2017, 08:37 PM   #8
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Congratulations on buying your 21rb. We just past 3000 miles on our 2017 21rb and it has been great. Only problem we have had is the gas hot water heater which has already been in shop once and still having problems. Only mods we have made so far is replacing the mattress and moving the legs of the dinette in to make it easier to slide in with my long legs. Hope you like yours as much as we like ours.
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Me, toooooo! In fact, I don't even register it until Monday! But I found a 2008 Fun Finder X 189 that is in such immaculate condition, and I'm so ready to experience a more comfortable change from tent camping, that I couldn't help but commit myself to this darling litter trailer. But I am very nervous about towing. I am installing a back up camera on the rear of the trailer; also have sway bars and torsion (sp) thingy, so that helps relieve a bit of stress as well. I'm watching lots of YouTube videos about towing...
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Backing up a camper is a learned skill, and it does take some practice. I suggest an early-Sunday-morning trip to your local high school or shopping mall parking lot. There, you can really get the feel for how much and how long to keep your wheels turned for a particular maneuver. Once you get comfortable, try backing into a single parking space. The worst that can happen there is that you go over the line. Except for the light poles. Watch out for them. Congratulations on your new toy!
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