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Old 02-21-2015, 09:06 PM   #1
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2015 Flying Cloud 27FB Twin

Looking at this week for the purchase of a 2015 FC 27FB Twin. I have been looking for a good Airstream PDI but can not seem to find one specific to Airstream. Doe anyone have one they can pot up?
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Old 02-21-2015, 09:07 PM   #2
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How does everyone like the ducted air and the hump on the roof structure?
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Old 02-25-2015, 08:02 PM   #3
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Well the deal fell through. Back to looking again.
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Old 02-28-2015, 06:33 PM   #4
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We have the 30' FC twins and love it. The ducted air is a great improvement. We opted for a single AC, as we use the Fantastic fan in the bedroom lots more than a second AC. I don't mind the hump.
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Old 02-28-2015, 06:43 PM   #5
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Sorry that the deal crashed. Another will materialize.

We have a 2015 FC 25FB with the ducted air (roof hump). Works great and is quiet. It is what you want.

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Old 02-28-2015, 10:31 PM   #6
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Thanks Brian. There will be another out there. Things happen for a reason and I move on. I will be following the forums as I normally do to keep up on the what's up. Thanks again.
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Old 03-01-2015, 07:09 PM   #7
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Hi Brian, I'm new to the forum and just saw your post. I will be pulling the trigger next week on purchase of a 2015 FC 25fb. What is your tow vehicle?
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We have two tow vehicles. We have a 2005 Suburban 2500 Quadrasteer. We also have a 2011 Silverado 3500 Duramax long bed, crew cab. We carry our Outfitter pop-up truck camper in the pick-up while towing the Airstream.

We use the Suburban mostly in the winter. The Silverado/truck camper combo is for our extended summer travel. We average about 180 nights a year traveling in our Airstream.

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Old 03-02-2015, 06:36 AM   #9
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I have a 2013 Ram Laramie 2500 crew diesel 4X4 6' bed with a 4.2 automatic six speed transmission. Can pull 17,700 down the road. Love the exhaust brake when pulling down hill. Also gear lock out and the many other options. Great comfort and Ram Tough!
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Old 05-14-2015, 08:59 PM   #10
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This is the quietest forum out there. Didn't anyone buy an AS FC27FB?
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This is the quietest forum out there. Didn't anyone buy an AS FC27FB?
I have been on the forum for six months, even bought a new FC27FB two weeks ago, and just found out there even IS a forum for this trailer!

We were looking at twin vs queen, FC vs International Signature/Serenity, and 25 vs 27.

We decided on the twin, (and love it), so that ruled out the Signature models.

The wife wanted the 27 but I wanted to save a little money on the 25. We decided on the 27 and love that decision also. We are planning at least a trip a year with our high school age son and college age daughter and the extra room will be welcome and used.

We wanted the trailer by the first of August for a Yellowstone trip. One dealer here in Texas couldn't give us complete confidence that they could get one delivered in time. Another dealer would change their order to what we wanted but it would have been a 2016. That would have increased the sticker by almost $5K and reduced the discount to less than that. We found exactly what we wanted on the lot at Foley in MS.

Good luck on your search!

Edit to add: Ah, I see this is a thread under the 2009+ FC forum.
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I have been on the forum for six months, even bought a new FC27FB two weeks ago, and just found out there even IS a forum for this trailer!

We were looking at twin vs queen, FC vs International Signature/Serenity, and 25 vs 27.

We decided on the twin, (and love it), so that ruled out the Signature models.

The wife wanted the 27 but I wanted to save a little money on the 25. We decided on the 27 and love that decision also. We are planning at least a trip a year with our high school age son and college age daughter and the extra room will be welcome and used.

We wanted the trailer by the first of August for a Yellowstone trip. One dealer here in Texas couldn't give us complete confidence that they could get one delivered in time. Another dealer would change their order to what we wanted but it would have been a 2016. That would have increased the sticker by almost $5K and reduced the discount to less than that. We found exactly what we wanted on the lot at Foley in MS.

Good luck on your search!

Edit to add: Ah, I see this is a thread under the 2009+ FC forum.

We are going from Little Rock to Yellowstone in July! Can't wait!
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We are so glad we went with the twin bed option on our current trailer. Access to the storage both overhead and underneath the bed is so much easier, plus the three outside access points to storage associated with the twin bed models are easy to completely reach everything inside.

We started with a 2013 25FB International Serenity queen cross frame bed and were not happy so ordered a 2014 27FB Classic with twin beds. After thinking more on the likes and dislikes of the 25FB and the extremely similar 27FB layout, we changed the order to the current model 30 31' Classic and have never looked back.

We only paid the price differential of a little over $3,000 to change the order as compared to the hit associated with taking delivery of the 27FB and then going to the longer unit later.

Good luck in your search for unit fits your needs.
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Old 05-17-2015, 03:47 PM   #14
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Love the layout of the 27 over the 25. Absolutely love the Classic but not wanting another 30' trailer.
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