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Old 05-17-2009, 09:15 PM   #1
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help with camper purchase?

Hello.....we could use some help in purchasing a camper. Tomorrow we hope to purchase a 2004 Solaris 2363 . We'd like to know what is included in the "preferred option package". Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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Old 05-18-2009, 07:20 AM   #2
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This is the brochure for 2003 - but it will give you a general idea of the preferred options.....I think it was on page 6 or 7

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Old 05-20-2009, 01:33 PM   #3
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Hi Unimog - Just read your post today (May 20th) and glad to see you are joining the Sunline Community! You will certainly be more than satisfied with your purchase. I know this post is after the fact, however, I scanned over the '03 document referenced by Poppy & Nana and that document almost matches my '04 Brochure however, there are a few more items that were offered as options starting in '04. We ordered our '04 Sunline Solaris SE, T2363 on Sept 8, 03 with most all the options and received delivery on Oct 3, 03. And we could not have been happier ever since obtaining this unit as it serves our lifestyle very well.
Just as a matter of information, those few additional options that I did not see, or missed seeing in the '03 brochure are as follows:
4 Stabilizer Jacks ($265)
Spare Tire Package ($235)
Black Tank Rinse Kit ($85)

For what it is worth, I will list all the other options and their dealer costs at that time:
Fiberglass exterior ($1420) (worth every penny, in my opinion)
Winterizing Kit ($75)
Rubber Ride Suspension ($375) (also worth every penny, in my ....)
Twin 30 Lb Propane tanks w/auto switchover ($75)
Aluminum Sport Wheels ($415)
Power Tongue Jack ($225)
Exterior Stove (N/A)
Deluxe Kitchen Faucett w/pull out Sprayer ($90)

Also, the base price for the '04 T2363 at the time we ordered ours was $19,510.

WE would be interested in hearing about your new trailer and even seeing some pictures if possible. Smooth camping with your new Sunline!

2002 GMC Sierra SLT ExCab
1999 T1950 Sunline Solaris
2004 T-2363 Sunline Solaris SE (S/N 5389)
Reese Dual Cam HP Sway Control
Prodigy Brake Control
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