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Old 11-05-2011, 11:37 PM   #15
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We bought our Aerbus new in 2003 and have fulltimed in it right from the beginning. I thought I would have more issues with the coach (Rexhall) part than the chassis (Workhorse) part but it has been quite the opposite. I have had absolutely no major issues with the coach part but some with the chassis. I am very happy with my Rexhall.
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Old 12-02-2011, 03:21 PM   #16
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Hi,

I had a 1996 35'XL Aerbus for 10 years, Even though I had many problems with it (Mostly with the damn A/C) I liked it. I didn't give it any chances as it was really overloaded by pulling a 8,000pounds trailer to the race track. Thank god, I took good care of it with regular oil changes and a Banks install.

The current owner is very happy with his buy!
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Old 12-02-2011, 07:00 PM   #17
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We just bought a 2001 Aerbus used it once and loved it, can't wait for summer to roll around to use it more.
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Old 12-03-2011, 11:39 AM   #18
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A/C issues

I have replaced two A?Cs on RVs. This last time, the service manager at the FORD dealership in Parsons, TN told me what is happening - - - lack of use.

The A/C needs to be used - used - used. When you let it sit, it is like anything else, is freezes up. When you do your monthly exercise of the GENERATOR (yes every month) ruin the engine with the A/C full blast and you will not have problems.
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A/C Issues

Proof that I am Retired is I forgot to 'proofread' my post. I meant to type RUN your engine, not RUIN your engine.
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Old 03-06-2014, 07:09 PM   #20
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Just a 'bump' to see what Rexhall owners are still out there...
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Bought our 2010 Aerbus in Jan of this year 2014. Overall we really like the Rexhall very sturdy and seems well built. We traded in a 2007 Winnebaggo Class C for it as we were needing more room. The full slides on both sides have provided that.
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I don't own a Rexhall, but I admire the design and how the two full wall slides glide in and out. It was way ahead of its time and still is. deSanford
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Hello everyone my name is Dorothy Cona and I am new to the forum. I own a 1996 Rexhall Rexair which we bought in 2007. Are there any other Rexair owners in this forum? I live in Spring Hill Florida area.
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We just picked up on a 1993 Rexhall Aerbus that is 34ft.
We are in Oregon and will be spending most of our time up an down the Pacific coast.
This coach was from San Diego to start with and I really liked that area when I visited it back several years ago.
we have 65K miles on ours and after some clean up, might even head south for the winter..
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We just picked up on a 1993 Rexhall Aerbus that is 34ft.
We are in Oregon and will be spending most of our time up an down the Pacific coast.
This coach was from San Diego to start with and I really liked that area when I visited it back several years ago.
we have 65K miles on ours and after some clean up, might even head south for the winter..
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Welcome to the forums! We have had our Rexhall for about a year now, and are heading from the St. Louis area where we are currently hosting at an Illinois State Park, to Seattle, then down the coast to Northern California. Looks like we will be traveling through during September.

We want to hit the Olympia Rain Forrest, the Oregon Coast, then into the giant redwoods. Please let me know if there are any reccomended stops/campgrounds along the way!

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Hello everyone my name is Dorothy Cona and I am new to the forum. I own a 1996 Rexhall Rexair which we bought in 2007. Are there any other Rexair owners in this forum? I live in Spring Hill Florida area.


Hi Dorothy, Glad you're aboard. I see you found a few Rexall owners. Enjoy your adventures and be safe.
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Welcome to the forums! We have had our Rexhall for about a year now, and are heading from the St. Louis area where we are currently hosting at an Illinois State Park, to Seattle, then down the coast to Northern California. Looks like we will be traveling through during September.

We want to hit the Olympia Rain Forrest, the Oregon Coast, then into the giant redwoods. Please let me know if there are any reccomended stops/campgrounds along the way!

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You have several ways to run that route. The Olympic rain forest is out on the coast line if I remember right. In fact, I think its south of Forks Washington.
One way is if you come into Seattle Washington on I-90, go north to Edmonds, then across the Ferry to Kingston. From Kingston, Hwy 104 which takes you up to Hwy 101 and off to Port Angeles, Forks, Olympic rain forest and south to Aberdeen, and really, stay on 101 through Astoria, down the Oregon coast to the Redwoods.
Another way is once you hit Seattle, turn South towards Tacoma, Olympia, off towards Aberdeen, but turn North on 101 through Shelton and up the Hood Canal. You will be driving right next to the hood canal, through Hoodsport, Quilcene (used to own property there) on up to Port Angeles and again, follow Hwy 101 up and around, then down the coast line all the way into California.
Just google map it and you will see the route up the Hood canal which is breath taking.
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