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    Considering North Country - looking for feedback

    Hello Ernie & Lettie,

    I am browsing all of the NC owner's forums, and am looking for input re: your 29RLS as this is the exact model we are seriously considering to purchase. If you don't mind, what is your overall assessment of your experiences with this unit? Any input you could share would be very much appreciated. We have done a lot of research, and are convinced that the North Country/Heartland brand is of very high quality. Thanks.

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    Re: Considering North Country - looking for feedback

    Hello Ernie & Lettie,

    We have the 2010 26RLS and loving it. Have had it 1 1/2 years how and I been very happy with the choice of the Heartland 26RLS. Every thing has worked great and I get allot of ( Nice Looking TT ) at the campgrounds. You will enjoy for sure..........

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    Re: Considering North Country - looking for feedback

    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCountryFan99 View Post
    Hello Ernie & Lettie,

    I am browsing all of the NC owner's forums, and am looking for input re: your 29RLS as this is the exact model we are seriously considering to purchase. If you don't mind, what is your overall assessment of your experiences with this unit? Any input you could share would be very much appreciated. We have done a lot of research, and are convinced that the North Country/Heartland brand is of very high quality. Thanks.
    We have the 26 foot version, purchased new in March 2010. Other than a loose watertank hose upon delivery, we have not been back for any service. We have been in it just over 40 nights so far, and have it parked for use in the winter as well.

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    Re: Considering North Country - looking for feedback

    I have the same tt as nrps and have been very pleased.
    David & Loube McIver
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    "When in doubt, do a 360, and get the kjflsjf out of there"

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    Re: Considering North Country - looking for feedback

    we bought a 31bks on august 4 and promptly spent 5 weeks in it felt like home great storage and space utilization had one minor glitch on the furnace the sail switch was bad made a call and was fixed in 2 hrs free in the campgrounds. fantastic looking rig will own a heartland forever

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