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Old 01-07-2019, 07:51 PM   #1
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Just put a down payment on our (Karen wife) first Motor Home. Should pick it up in 2 weeks. Looking forward spending time camping with wife and Dawg.
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Old 01-07-2019, 07:57 PM   #2
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congrats, enjoy your coach.
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Old 01-08-2019, 12:22 AM   #3
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That's a nice coach. I hope you guys enjoy it.
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Be sure and post some pictures.
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Congrats that's a good choice.
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Congratulations! A great way to chase a tail wind .
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One that we are looking at for our first MH. Will be watching to see how your doing. Good luck!
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Old 01-11-2019, 08:20 PM   #9
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Should pick up the 3710 19 January. Looking forward to enjoying he freedom in a great coach.
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Old 01-12-2019, 11:21 AM   #10
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I have been very pleased with my CS ownership experience. I wasn't sure how much I would enjoy the lifestyle (First time buyer, I full-time and have put 23,000 miles on her over the past 3 years). In between jobs, I find a nice remote NP to boondock in. Because of my positive CS experience, I am doubling down with my upcoming NA purchase.

Why leaving the CS if I am that happy? I do want a shorter coach to get into more state park locations, I want the technology in the NA (e.g. I solo, so having that arial view is going to be helpful), finding fuel stops for my 40' + toad takes strategic planning. I have learned to only go to Flying-J/Pilot with rv lanes or risk getting stuck and having to disconnect the toad. So... none of these reason are isolated to CS ownership.

Enjoy your rig and the lifestyle!
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You're going to love your 3710!
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I will also be watching . . we are looking at 2016 or newer(to get the 6 speed transmission) CS 3710 or a 3953. 2018 was the last year for the 3953 and they are hard to find. The bath and 1/2 is a top priority for my wife!
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We looked at a CS 3710 today.

Does the narrow walk through between the bed and slide closet seem narrow, only about 19.

Is the rear holding tank only used for the rear bath toilet. What are the sizes for each black tank?

The 3710 seems to have the highest payload. The example we saw had 3700lbs but since the difference between the GVWR and GCWR is only 4000lbs a toad that is heavier than 4000lbs (Jeep) will eat into the carrying capacity 500 to 1000lbs.

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Just put a down payment on our (Karen wife) first Motor Home. Should pick it up in 2 weeks. Looking forward spending time camping with wife and Dawg.
You have the coach I lust for, I hope you enjoy it.
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