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Old 10-03-2008, 06:57 PM   #1
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It has been a while since I paid a visit to the site due to not much time but I would like to say my coach is still running great since new and we still love the thing. It had to be towed once due to not going into gear but no fault of the coach just poor wiring I had done. One leaking fuel sensor which I fixed and other than that it has been great. I have a 17 yr. old grand son who road races motorcycles who I have hauled all over pulling a race trailer and it has been great for all of us. He got injured Aug. 1st pretty bad at California Speedway so we have had some time off for his recovery and this is the reason I looked at this forum to see what was going on.
I just want to say that I could not have ask for any better service out of a coach and I still am planning on keeping this one for a while longer.
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Old 10-03-2008, 06:57 PM   #2
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It has been a while since I paid a visit to the site due to not much time but I would like to say my coach is still running great since new and we still love the thing. It had to be towed once due to not going into gear but no fault of the coach just poor wiring I had done. One leaking fuel sensor which I fixed and other than that it has been great. I have a 17 yr. old grand son who road races motorcycles who I have hauled all over pulling a race trailer and it has been great for all of us. He got injured Aug. 1st pretty bad at California Speedway so we have had some time off for his recovery and this is the reason I looked at this forum to see what was going on.
I just want to say that I could not have ask for any better service out of a coach and I still am planning on keeping this one for a while longer.
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Old 10-08-2008, 07:35 AM   #3
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We have the same unit and find that it is very dependable. Fuel mileage is excellent, it steers and handles nice and the layout is very convenient for our needs.
There are some small design issues that were not very well thought out. But for the most part they are easily modified.
Thanks to this forum, we should be able to get the information we need to keep our Alpine Coaches running for a long time.
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Old 10-08-2008, 07:49 AM   #4
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Joe, hope your grandson is doing OK. It's great to have an active life with the grandkids, and motorcycling is a great activity to share. We have a 2002 38FDDS and I agree with you that an Alpine coach is definitely a great coach, even when we are orphaned. I think the handling is super compared to other coaches we have had. We tow a Ford Ranger 4x4 and the coach does not know its behind. I would suspect the same is true towing your motorcycle trailer. Keep having adventures with your grandson when he recovers from his accident. Life is short, and having a motorcoach helps us get out and enjoy it.
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