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Old 11-29-2012, 05:57 PM   #1
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Anyone see the 2013 Georgetown XL Models

Just saw a 2013 with tile, yes tile flooring and a residential refrigerator. Kinda cool stuff for a gas MH. I saw residential refrigerators in the Newmar gas MH last year...but not tile flooring.
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Its just bling.
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This past 6 months, I've worked on 3 fairly new Georetowns with basement water heaters that weren't properly secured. They "bounce" on the compartment floor and eventually break the screws out that hold the body panel in place.
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do any of the gerogetowns come with 22.5 inch rubber?
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do any of the gerogetowns come with 22.5 inch rubber?
yes only the VE units have 19.5
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isnt most things on a motor home "bling" a ford chassis is still a ford with accesories added from the same vendors ,the house is really a small part of the build, it is the sum of the parts that make it a well designed unit
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Just saw a 2013 with tile, yes tile flooring and a residential refrigerator. Kinda cool stuff for a gas MH. I saw residential refrigerators in the Newmar gas MH last year...but not tile flooring.
Yes there finally making them more like the pushers.Now if they could get rid of the side entry and have a front door they would be real nice but that ole engine up front simply gets in the way
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