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Old 04-04-2011, 10:45 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by laj View Post
Now that`s what i want, why didn`t i think of it
More Government. More expenses, more taxes, more cost of end product. Wow
Well silly you. How do you think your coach was made. They started it in technical engineering. All the information I am talk about is already available and in the hands off the manufacturer. You already paid for it when you purchased your coach or do you think that they designed it for free. Now when you need info to do your repairs you can pay them again.

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Old 04-04-2011, 11:08 PM   #30
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No problem! Just add on another 50-100K to the already overpriced motorhome and you got it.
I am talking about the info that is already paid for and it is in the hands of the manufacture. Now when you need it you can pay again. How's that?

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Old 04-06-2011, 09:36 AM   #31
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Well I see this thread has run amok. We started out talking about contacting the New Country Coach, and have devolved into gun-rights and Obama haters. Time for the moderators to lock this thread.
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I am talking about the info that is already paid for and it is in the hands of the manufacture. Now when you need it you can pay again. How's that?
If you check posts #25 & 28, you will see that those of us that own a Country Coach do have the manuals of everything installed in our coaches. We were even given a list of all installed stuff (refer, TV's, washer,microwave, etc) along with the units model and serial numbers. We did get a lot of info on our coaches. I am quite happy with the amount of documentation I received and feel comfortable that I can fix just about anything. We even got manuals on the front and rear suspension units not that I would ever need those.
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ok dons, you peaked my curiosity and i looked again. I think i could replace any part on it with the original parts. They give you every part# that is in the coach. I think CC not only built one of the best coaches, but supplied as much information as is possible. Every place i have gone/ asked questions about it, they have all bent over backwards to answer those questions completely, and didn`t make you feel that i was bothering them.
OMC, The new CC, and some others, and didn`t ask for a dime for their time and information. Doesn`t get any better then that for me.
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I think this thread has also run it coarse and if need be the topic can and eventually, will be brought up again. Therefore, I am locking this one. Some of our member need to read the community rules; any further infractions of them will not be tolerated.

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