It drives very nice. Our unit has the Liquid Spring suspension and the Safe T steering damper and stock shocks. It feels well balanced on the road. The OCCC rating, at least according to the door sticker, is 2160 lbs so it has plenty of load capacity.
Two questions,Could you give us the exact length of your unit, and what is your eating arrangement...we are considering ordering with the dinette.You guys were sure lucky nobody grabbed your gorgeous rig!
Quote from: Funseekers on October 17, 2019, 02:35:16 pmTwo questions,Could you give us the exact length of your unit, and what is your eating arrangement...we are considering ordering with the dinette.You guys were sure lucky nobody grabbed your gorgeous rig!Yea I feel lucky being able to grab it. Iím not really sure why they had one in stock. Measuring it with a tape measure it looks to be right at 26í (+/- and inch or two). With this unit we wonít be living in it more than 2-3 days at a time and at our age weíre into reclining... For us itís mostly a point to point vehicle to visit our 17 grandchildren spread around the country! So weíll just eat off our laps or at a picnic table. I do think the Lagun tables could be a good option to get the best of both, unless playing cards or board games is a high priority. Iíll post a few photos shortly to give some other insights into this floor plan.
Good suggestion. Iím considering the Lagun tables, just not sure if we even want them. Iím in the mood to keep everything as simple as possible and I have a feeling even those would feel like theyíre in the way at times.
Grampa17: Are you sure your recliners don't have built in footrests? All that I have seen do have them built in. There is a latch behind the little flap that is used to release them.They are a bit of a contraption but we have found them to be pretty comfortable as footrests by extending them fully then after raising the padded section. I release the latch again so it can be moved closer to the sofa.See this video with instructions.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYVxpEpmBvkI too have been pleasantly surprised by the available storage on my new PC.Happy trails!
Grandpa17---Jim's right. Think you'll find the extendable footrests under your recliners. Of course the extra storage provided by your current footstools might be preferable for you, but it's nice to have the free floor space afforded by the extendable rests when they're not in use. They also afford extra sleeping space when extended with the recliners fully down if needed.All the best, Mike
Grandpa17: Wondering what position your Liquid Springs were in when you took the picture in the first post on this thread.I find that the normal driving height on my 2552 with LS seems a bit high in the back to me.The lowered position on mine looks more level like the height in your picture.Thanks. Jim G.
Grandpa, what timely information. We are on the brink of ordering a 2315D and you info has answered many questions, especially the flooring. Very helpful.Thank you.