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Old 03-01-2012, 12:00 PM   #575
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Hello there,

We own a 2008 Winnebago, 38T Adventurer and bought it used in November 2009. Our pre-retirement purchase only had 8,000 miles on it and was like brand new. We now have enjoyed two summer vacations and two great summers of camping. I am convinced that Winnebago is top manufacturer of coaches.
Love hearing this. Our preretirement purchase is still sitting and waiting. Seems like the time is going slow but hopefully we will have the same experience you have had.
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Old 03-02-2012, 09:38 AM   #576
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Hi, Rod and Anne Marie here, we just purchased a new to us 1988 31ft Chieftain, with 31k on it, gleams like new inside and the previous owner redid the genny and did repairs on the fridge, drove her home 2.5 hrs and she ran like a top. A little lemon oil on the wood ans she looks like new now, now just waiting for the snow to leave and the provincial and private parks to open. We upgraded from a 21ft Glendale class C, very retro, but sooo tired of climbing up for bed! Hubby is on long term disability due to a 3 bypass so we needed the back bedroom for ease. Now we have the summer to ourselves! Love lurking on the site LOL!
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Old 03-08-2012, 06:53 PM   #577
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I am a new owner since last sept. we have a 1995 itasca sunrise. We used it a little than cold weather set in. We also needed to have some work done on it. The little that we have used it has been fun for us. All the repairs should be completed by the end of March. We plan on using it quite a bit this summer.
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Old 03-11-2012, 03:42 PM   #578
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Trade In

We are looking at a 2005 35' Winnebago Voyage .
Thinking about tradeing in our 1997 32' GB Pursuit on it .

The Winnie has all the options we wanted on a MH , plus 2 slides , as we are planning on fulltiming in a few weeks , we can sure use the space .

Have checked out the windshield for leaks , and found none , does anyone know of anything else we need to look for ?
Other than the normal things of course , we have checked all of those we can think of .
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We are looking at a 2005 35' Winnebago Voyage .
Thinking about tradeing in our 1997 32' GB Pursuit on it .

The Winnie has all the options we wanted on a MH , plus 2 slides , as we are planning on fulltiming in a few weeks , we can sure use the space .

Have checked out the windshield for leaks , and found none , does anyone know of anything else we need to look for ?
Other than the normal things of course , we have checked all of those we can think of .
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We have a 2005 and so far love it. No problems with our Adventurer. Good luck!
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Old 03-17-2012, 06:42 AM   #580
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Very happy with our 05 Sunrise like the floorplan no major problems as of yet, I am trying to stay on top of things with timely PM work.
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Old 03-21-2012, 07:28 AM   #581
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Talking New Home

We got our new 2005 Winnebago Voyage , and are now living in it fulltime !
Just have to sell our house now , and we will be free to go !
Hopefully that will be soon .
We love our new home , and have just a few more things to fix and it will be perfect !!!
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Old 04-30-2012, 03:57 PM   #582
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We own a 2007 Vectra which we just took our for her maiden, shakeout voyage. We ran into 2 serious problems, the first being that hydraulic fluid leaked (read: gushed) from one of the levelers and the second was that one of the air bags would not hold air overnight. Both problems presented within the first few days. We have an extended service plan with a $500 deductible. Assuming both problems are covered, we are looking at a minimum of a $1,000 repair bill. We bought a Winnie as it is supposed to be a quality product and are a bit concerned since the vehicle was thoroughly checked by a well known dealer and then a quick prevoyage check before heading out.

Anyway, I started out looking here for ideas to replace the furniture and find myself letting off steam instead. Sorry and Thanks.
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