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Old 06-27-2013, 09:41 PM   #15
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We've also been looking to upgrade from our 37.5' Winney to a 42' CC (used).

As we look at several comparable (?) coach manufacturers, it appears that there are... Better years than other and better (retains their value better) models within every manufacturer.

For those of you with CC's, what is/are your opinion(s) (with the understanding that everyone deserves to have their own opinion)?
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Old 06-28-2013, 07:04 AM   #16
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The transmission problem was that the coolant in the radiator and the transmision mixed...a comman problem we were told. The slides will not move with the engine running or any other way . Checked all fuses, etc.
We have an appt. to get this looked at.
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The transmission problem was that the coolant in the radiator and the transmision mixed...a comman problem we were told. The slides will not move with the engine running or any other way . Checked all fuses, etc.
We have an appt. to get this looked at.
What has been done transmission wise? Coolant getting into the transmission fluid will generally require a complete transmission rebuild. Although it is a known problem it's certainly not common. Until all the issues with the transmission and radiator/transmission cooler are repaired you should not run the engine.
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Old 06-28-2013, 07:44 AM   #18
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BEFORE YOU BUY, have a qualified RV tech inspect the coach for you. We bought an 06 Intrigue and that had a great deal of water damage that was invisible to us, but readily apparent to the wonderful people at Oregon Motorcoach Center! We did love that coach, once it was all fixed to the tune of about $15K, but after 3 years we moved on to a Prevost. There are a lot of Country Coaches out there; make sure you get the one that is right for you and have it professionally inspected before you purchase it.
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