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Old 09-01-2015, 09:25 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by B Bob View Post
JustCruzzin - I had a gas coach before our Affinity. There is no comparison in the additional travel comfort you get with a diesel pusher. We live part of the year in San Diego which is not too far south of you. One of the things you will find out is that competent repair, improvement, remodel, regular maintenance work on a Country Coach is less expensive around the area where the motorhomes were made, in Junction City Oregon just north of Eugene. There is a whole bunch of places that can do anything you would need to have done such as the CC factory, OMC (Oregon Motor Coach), and Kevin Waite an independent service person in that area. There are tire places, upholstery places, and so on. I found S Cal expensive to get things done. There are lots of competent people there, but the S Cal prices are higher.

Again, welcome to Country Coach owners. Look me up if you get to San Diego area. We are in Oregon now, but later in the year.
Thanks B Bob and I will keep that in mind about service in Oregon.

04 Allure (Newport) w/tag 40' 400hp
06 Scion xB toad
We travel with cat.
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