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Old 11-15-2006, 06:17 PM   #41
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Steve,

Gald I could make your day! Thank you for sharing your order concerns which helped me with mine!

Today, Airstream Sales Clerk, Joyce, sent me (in-part) the following update of info for the 2007 23’ Safari SE LS:
"The current axels are Dexter… Also, I stand corrected that LP tanks are 30 lbs."

You’re right 2air’…
Joyce is very nice, helpful, and answered all of my questions!

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Old 11-15-2006, 07:35 PM   #42
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Steve,

Gald I could make your day! Thank you for sharing your order concerns which helped me with mine!

Today, Airstream Sales Clerk, Joyce, sent me (in-part) the following update of info for the 2007 23’ Safari SE LS:
"The current axels are Dexter… Also, I stand corrected that LP tanks are 30 lbs."

You’re right 2air’…
Joyce is very nice, helpful, and answered all of my questions!

Bill
Not only did your make our day but we ordered a 23' Safari SE LS equipped pretty much as you are planning to equip yours. Joyce was very helpful to us also.
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Old 11-15-2006, 07:43 PM   #43
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One more note for Orange Kid.....

When we traded the CCD 19 and took delivery for the Safari '23 we put the two trailers together on the back lot at the dealership. Then we transferred everything from the 19er to the new 23. We spent the night there, on the dealer's lot checking out everything hooked to the dealer"s electricity and water.

We then left on a two-week trip with full water and propane tanks. So we were loaded as much as we ever are. But we had two empty storage bins on the new trailer. We spent about half the nights boondocking and the other with hookups. Before we got home nights got down down to the mid 20a. But everything worked perfectly.
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Old 11-15-2006, 07:58 PM   #44
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Before we got home nights got down down to the mid 20a. But everything worked perfectly.
I hope everything works out as well for us.

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Old 12-01-2006, 05:19 PM   #45
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After all the hoopla over the 2007 Safari 23 GVWR of 5,600 vs 6,000....I received in today's mail From Airstream a new Sticker correctly listing the GVWR at
6,000 pounds. And that now matches the riveted on outside plate.
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Old 04-05-2010, 09:26 PM   #46
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Gotta admit - the difference between the 25 footer International Frame and the 23 footer International frame is night and day....

Just two feet of difference (and axels, and tank placement, etc....) - but still, the 23 foot frame really paled in comparison to the much more "beefier" 25 footer!

Was just under the two this weekend in Irvine looking at something for a friend....

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