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 on: October 20, 2017, 06:37:25 pm 
Started by tswhitewater - Last post by The McDucks
Hi, and welcome to the PC family!
We just ordered a 2552 last month at the Hershey show.  I scheduled ours for pick-up next February, so you may get yours before we get ours.
I wish I'd measured all the cabinets, drawers, and cupboards as you did.  Would you mind sharing the measurements you made?
Thanks very much.

 on: October 20, 2017, 05:24:42 pm 
Started by tswhitewater - Last post by tswhitewater
We Just ordered a 2552 last week and we are busy thinking about storage.  I took lots of measurements while we were at the factory but I failed to get the internal trunk storage measurements. Can someone provide trunk storage inside dimensions, with the spare tire option? Thanks

 on: October 20, 2017, 04:56:41 pm 
Started by 2 Frazzled - Last post by 2 Frazzled
My latest NPS newsletter included the link below to access their newest "National Park Owner's Guides" - They now have 10 downloadable guides for all of us "owners" of the National Parks. They are relatively short PDF booklets but have great pictures and bits of info on select parks. Enjoy!

 on: October 20, 2017, 04:29:54 pm 
Started by ron.dittmer - Last post by Barry-Sue

Here is an old post where we have a picture of our corian counter top.  It is the exact same thickness as the counter, wood was glued on the bottom, and the brackets were installed.,157.0.html


 on: October 20, 2017, 02:45:16 pm 
Started by ron.dittmer - Last post by Pguill
I was unable to get the pictures to post on the forum so just emailed you 3 that I hope help. Wanted you to know so you wouldn’t think my email was spam. If you want more please let me know.

 on: October 20, 2017, 01:21:47 pm 
Started by ron.dittmer - Last post by Pguill
We are on the road right now actually headed to Elkhart and Phoenix to have a few issues addressed. We do have the corian flip extension and like it very much. When we stop for the  night I will take some pictures and post them.

 on: October 20, 2017, 09:20:28 am 
Started by Jim Byrnes - Last post by ragoodsp
Thanks for the compliment LuvShack!   It makes me feel very good knowing my PC went to a great home with you.   Who knows if Mr. Byrnes and the crew come up with some larger coaches on a chassis other than the E-450 I may come back to the family!

 on: October 20, 2017, 09:18:52 am 
Started by Jim Byrnes - Last post by fandj
Jim, we have been on another enjoyable trip in our Phoenix Cruiser and just now getting internet service so I am late in commenting on your most welcome post.  As a PC owner it is very encouraging that you will be endeavoring to utilize and build on Phoenix’s highly experienced work force.

Having worked my 40 year career as an engineer and being responsible for employees in the manufacturing and the mineral process industries and my involvement in merger and acquisitions some of the key attributes I gauged management’s success was proper training, experience, and employee morale.  Before I placed the order for our PC I visited the factory and had the opportunity to talk one on one with various employees.  I found most of them had been with the company ten or more years.  I also found they were positive and spoke highly of Kermit, Phoenix, and expressed a desire to build a motor home that met the customer’s needs and expectations.

This plant visit and the positive comments I found on this forum convinced me to place my order.  I could have found cheaper units from other manufacturers but I was looking for a company with excellent initial quality and a solid reputation should I need service after the purchase.

After 15 months of PC ownership I found Kermit’s willingness to help me solve issues by phone and email very reassuring.  Carol was wonderful in getting the parts out to me ASAP. On the one occasion I did bring the unit back to the factory where Bobby and his team quickly and satisfactorily addressed all issues while making sure I was happy with the service.  I also found from Sales, Kermit, and others a willingness to provide minor changes in the ordering and assembly process of significant value.

The problems I have experienced have been almost exclusively due to design or poorly manufactured third party supplied items.  It appears the RV industry in general have driven the suppliers to cut corners in design and manufacture all to save a few bucks for them to remain competitive.  One could expect to get a lower quality RV and its components if price is the main  purchase motivator.  Buyers for a Phoenix MH know or should know they are paying a premium for quality and thus expect strong performing and reliable components.  To make improvements in this area I would not expect a significant cost increase in the grand scheme but would require strong communications and follow up with the suppliers to insure the components are properly specified and delivered.

Sorry for the lengthy post but I wanted to let you know what led me to become a PC owner and what I found after the sale.  I certainly wish the company great success for you and Chuck and a bright future to your employees.  As PC MH owners a long term successful business will insure for us quality service if and when needed  and a solid reputation will support our MH resale value.


 on: October 20, 2017, 05:26:07 am 
Started by sailors35 - Last post by Free2RV
Something you might consider is attaching dryer sheets in areas you are concerned that insects might build nests.  Since we have been using them, we have no longer had any problems from wasps, etc. building nests.  We change them every spring so the scent is stronger again.

 on: October 19, 2017, 08:05:00 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by aimee
VIN: 1FDXE45528DB59720

Year: 2010

Model: Phoenix 2551

Mileage: 47,135 miles

Location: Liberty, SC


VIN 1FDXE45528DB59720
Year 2010
Model # 2510
Mileage 47,135
Desert Sand and white
Premium Convenience Pkg.
6 Way power seat (2 new Ultra Leather seats)
Slide out with new Amish Custom recliner chairs leather
Surround sound with new DVD player
Awning, screen door
Sony back up monitor
Mirror compass and outset temperature
New Coleman Mach A/C
Cherry cabinetry
Bedspreads, pillows and valances matching
TV and DVD in bedroom with twin beds
Convection/microwave ooven
Everpure water filter
New porcelain toilet
Ladder and roof rack with spare tire
Fantastic Fan
3 new batteries
4000 Watt Onan generator

Asking Price: $57,800

Contact:  Gordon Collins, 863 206 3667

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