2020 Rockwood Premier 2514G

Discussion in 'Checkout My Rig !' started by HappyCamperCanada, Sep 20, 2019.

  1. HappyCamperCanada

    HappyCamperCanada New Member

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    20190703_160108.jpg 20190703_155659.jpg 20190830_190412.jpg 20190825_203954.jpg 20190713_170921.jpg 20190705_171706.jpg Got it in July this year and we love it. Loads of room for the 2 us and our pooch. Towable with our existing Dodge Grand Caravan.
     
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  2. Raycfe

    Raycfe Waterford Ct.

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    Congratulations. looks great ...... 20190713_170921.jpg
     
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    nineoaks2004 Every meal is a picnic and every Day is a holiday

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    Welcome from N/W Fl Panhandle. Looks nice. I see you making many great memories and having a lot of adventures in the future. Good Luck and Keep on Camping
     
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    megcabra Well-Known Member

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    Looks great, enjoy the the memories you be will be making in it!
     
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    That's a nice looking camper. Enjoy the journey!
     
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    Hello and welcome from Hampshire UK[GBR], great looking camper
     
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    A real beauty.
     
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    Hope you like it.....love our 2516g...well, except for the front door (never wants to sit right )
     
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    I think all popup doors are notoriously temperamental. Ours sits ok but it's never quite exactly the same each time we set it up.
     
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    Beautiful! And wow, you found a dealer who would sell a pup! :D
     
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    Congrats! Nice looking PUP - we've been talking about upgrading to a new unit after our wedding next year.
     
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    Wow for a 2020 model it closely resembles my 2000 Coleman Bayside Elite.
    Your inside layout looks very similar to mine. I really like the colors.
     
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    Very similar. I bought a 2007 Rockwood 2514G to replace my 99 Coleman Bayside.
     
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    Very Nice!
    Are you using a brake controller?
    Did you do anything to the Caravan like helper springs or air bags?

    I recently bought a 2015 Flagstaff 228d, towing with a 2011 Town and Country. Hitch weight with one propane bottle and battery is ~440lbs which causes ~3/4" sag on the TV's rear (not a huge amount, but visually noticeable). Accd to the specs yours should be ~35lbs heavier hitch weight but from your pic it doesn't look like it's sagging like mine was.
    Next weekend I'm welding a receiver hitch onto the rear frame for a double bike carrier, which will lighten the hitch by ~50lbs. May also remove the battery since we'll be camping pretty much exclusively with land power.
    I really like the "bay window" of your model but wife and I wanted the potty/shower combo.
    We're taking our first trip in 2 weeks close to home, then eventually exploring further outside of Houston area.
    Happy travels!
    Kurt
     
  15. jmkay1

    jmkay1 2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah

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    . Sorry in advance to the OP for cutting in...Caravaner just be careful about how much weight you take off your tongue. You have to keep the tongue weight between 10-15% of trailer weight otherwise the camper can sway quite badly.

    To the OP, congratulations on your new camper. Looks good.
     
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