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2011 Prime Time LaCrosse travel trailer
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"LaCrosse redefines value to include the very best in price and quality but without sacrificing luxury, comfort, and convenience."

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Important dimensions:
(Details of some models still TBA - 5/10)
Exterior length from 31'5" to 35'6",  Exterior width 8'0"
Exterior height 11'1"
Ship weight between 6536 and 8293 lbs
CCC between 2373 and 3489 lbs
Hitch weight 602 - 1147 lbs
Tanks - fresh / black / grey - 48 / 30 / 60 gals
6 floorplans are available for the travel trailer version
- we show these below
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Prime Time LaCrosse travel trailer exterior
 
Prime Time says: "In the past, luxury and value were contradictory terms. LaCrosse redefines value to include the very best in price and quality but without sacrificing luxury, comfort, and convenience. As soon as you enter LaCrosse, you will notice the attention to even the finest detail that creates an RV loaded with pleasure-inducing convenience, unmatched storage, residential appeal, and comfort normally found only on units costing thousands more."
   
Prime Time LaCrosse travel trailer awning
"Power Package Plus" option includes: "One Touch" Remote Keyless Entry Door, "One Touch" Electric Awning, "One Touch" Electric Stabilizer Jacks, AM/FM/CD/DVD Stereo System with MP3 Plug In, Surround Sound Entertainment System, LCD TV w/ Outside Hookup"Power Package Plus" option includes: "One Touch" Remote Keyless Entry Door, "One Touch" Electric Awning, "One Touch" Electric Stabilizer Jacks, AM/FM/CD/DVD Stereo System with MP3 Plug In, Surround Sound Entertainment System, LCD TV w/ Outside Hookup
  
Just some of the standard interior features of the Prime Time LaCrosse travel trailer: Solid Wood Core Cabinets, Predrilled and Screwed Cabinetry, Ball Bearing Extended Drawer Glides, "Video Pro" Separate Cable / Satellite Prep, Upgraded Residential Carpet, EZ Command Center, Deep Overhead Cabinets in Slide Out, Swivel Chairs (where applicable), Decorative Wall Light in Slide Out, Large Panoramic Slide Room Windows, Premium Vinyl Flooring, MAX Slide Extended Slide Room

     
"LaCrosse offers spacious, yet functional interiors with plenty of storage. This 272 RBS is shown in Sandstone":
   
Prime Time LaCrosse travel trailer interior 272 RBS

   
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"Recently formed Prime Time Manufacturing has delivered the 1000th travel trailer from its production facility in Wakarusa, Indiana"
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The 4 pictures below show the really nice quality furnishings and fittings:
  [1] MAX Slide, shown in Sandstone, features an 87 inch U-Dinette and a full size Air Mattress Hide-A-Bed. [2] No other travel trailer offers the storage solutions found in LaCrosse. [3] In the 303 RKS bedroom, you will find plenty of overhead storage and residential quality bedding. [4] The 272 RBS features and extra large three-piece shower enclosure with a specially designed "water retention" shower pan.
     
Prime Time LaCrosse travel trailer interior - slide

 [2] No other travel trailer offers the storage solutions found in LaCrosse..
  
Prime Time LaCrosse travel trailer interior - kitchen
 
[3] "In the 303 RKS bedroom, you will find plenty of overhead storage and residential quality bedding."
Prime Time LaCrosse travel trailer interior - bedroom

[4] The 272 RBS features and extra large three-piece shower enclosure with a specially designed "water retention" shower pan.

Prime Time LaCrosse travel trailer interior - bathroom
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FLOORPLANS

Prime Time have created a wide range of floorplan arrangements
 for the 2011 Prime Time LaCrosse travel trailer:
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Re: Forest River Wildwood travel trailer ScottPurchased a 2014 Forest River Wildwood DBUD new March 2nd. After one camping trip we took it back to dealer. Floor bubbled up,seal on roof was separating,furnace makes clicking noise so loud family couldn't sleep. Toilet leaked and wallpaper was coming off the wall.Antenna was stuck so could not rotate to get signal.When I brought it to the dealer his words were" This is common with new trailers". Never buying Forest River product again.
Re: Forest River Cedar Creek fifth wheel GarrettMy wife and I purchased a 2013 Cedar Creek 38RE, and have regretted it ever since. The water tanks have fallen out and are resting on the axles right now, the slides have cracked on the insides, the electrical system has melted exterior lights because they get so much power to them, I have been shocked and knocked to the ground by the wires going into the vacuum which has never worked since we purchased it, the automatic leveling system has never leveled on its own- always have to level manually, the table came loose and fell over during the FIRST trip in this thing busting the wood finish on the island, interior trim has fallen off for no reason while we were sitting eating dinner, the electrical system has ruined several batteries, the paint is fading at the top of one of the end caps, the inverter is intermittent, the furnace blower and ignition is intermittent so we did not have heat during a 35 degree night, glass inserts in cabinets doors have fallen out for no reason, the cabinet doors are misaligned so that you have to carefully close them or they sag and then come open, the oven door does not seal when shut/gap of about 1/2 inch, paint on various panels is changing colors other than that of the body, and so on. There isn't a dealer in the fourth largest city in the country willing to work on it, and the warranty people are basically worthless at resolving customer complaints. I called them the first week of January, I still have not received a call back regarding the issues with this unit. They simply do not care, and yes, I'm talking about Jeff at Forest River. Buy a Forest River product again? NEVER! I would rather give myself a vasectomy than buy one of these things again. They advertise and market these as one of the premium fifth wheels available, yet the craftsmanship and workmanship are literally nonexistent. So if you have a choice, buy ANYTHING other than a Forest River product. MY wife and I are speaking with an attorney and filing a complaint with the state's AG office and the BBB. Forest River? Don't walk, but RUN from one of the POS's.
Re: Forest River Wildwood travel trailer MelissaWe currently own a WildWood T26TBSS and we have absoultly enjoyed it. We now have 2 teenagers that are always involved with school activities and don't have time to camp anymore. We are selling ours. If interested call Richard at 864-710-2103. Asking $10,500. If you would like to see pictures email me at lisaknox1@charter.net. We have not had any problems with this camper and hate to sell it, but we would rather sell it that let it just sit.
Re: Forest River Wildwood travel trailer MLI AM CONSIDERING PURCHASING A FOREST RIVER WILDWOOD TRAVEL TRAILER 27 FOOT WITH SLIDE, HAS ANYONE BOUGHT AND USED THIS BRAND AND WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS
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Re: Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf travel trailerArt KortWe bought a 26BH Gray Wolf in July of 2014, had it out 4 times and it was great. Everything worked as it should. Our dealer did not do a good walk through. But it was easy enough to figure out. Very happy.
Re: Forest River Georgetown class A motorhomeBobPurchased a 2013 Georgetown XL 378 in September of 2012. On our first trip in November of 2012 the right side slide started coming out as we were driving. I had to stop every 50 miles or less and bring it in. I took it to Little Valley RV in Phoenix and they had it four months and said they could't find anything wrong with it. They did manage to damage the entire left side of the coach and it had to be repainted. They got over-spray on the front of the coach during the repaint I would warn anyone not too take your rig there. The slide continued to malfuction so I I took it to Camping world in Longmont CO. They have had it for 3 months and are still waiting on parts. I can't get any assistance from Forest River. I also fould the leather on the passenger seat to be defective, a leak behind the shower and the passenger window is defective and they can't get the correct window from Forest River. I have owned the rig for a year and it has been in the shop for seven months. I will never buy another RV from them and recommend others not too.
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Re: Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf travel trailerBug_DahUnhappy owners of Cherokee Wolf Pup 16FB purchased in May 2013...discovered the original 13" rims/tires were undersized and only allowed 55 lbs of cargo capacity..after two weeks Forrest River said they needed to replace with 15" rims/wheels to give adequate capacity..tires now overly worn on outside edges after less then 1500 miles ??? second camping trip the gray water overflowed into bathtub...discovered the gray water tank will only take 9.5 gallons before overflowing..they have vent pipe stuck too far into tank creating an air pocket in the tank..same for Black water..practically all the pipes water/gas/drain are NOT sealed to the outside allowing road water into the insulation..fresh water tank said 21 gallon capacity , but is only 15 gallons..they say you have to count the 6 gallon water heater capacity??? Not in Fresh water tank original specs !!! Fresh water tank loosely connected to floor..can move 3 inches either way!! Hot water heater never shuts off..have to turn pilot off/on. scraps of wood sawdust under storage space under bed. Toilet defective and leaked into back inner chamber!!! stabilizer jacks each had a broken bolt on when purchased...gas lines were danglining underneath unit by 6"..dangerous..
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Re: Forest River Prime Time LaCrosse travel trailer LarryWe have a 2010 LaCrosse travel trailer. have had wheel bearing problems in the past. This past week when coming home from our vacation the wheel bearing seized uo and the wheel came off as we traveled at 65 mph. luckily the wheel was on the passenger side so didn't go into traffic. When we took it to get fixed the guy told us the axles were not the correct size for the weight of the trailer. just wondering if anyone else has had this problem
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