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Old 03-14-2015, 04:40 PM   #1
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Choices ??

like both 2006 winne 38j v-10 new tires , or 2002 Yellowstone 8355
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Old 03-14-2015, 05:16 PM   #2
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and.......................
What are asking prices, lengths, chassis, improvements and added accessories?
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Just to help out the membership discussion...

The Winnie is probably a 3 slide gas Class A...like:
2006 Winnebago Adventurer (38J)

The Gulf Stream Yellowstone is probably a 4 slide Diesel Pusher...like:
2002 Gulf Stream Yellowstone

IMHO, only the buyer can decide given floor plan, fixtures, and finishes.
I have no affiliation to MHSRV...just easy to link to.

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winne is on a workhorse asking $69k gulfstream in on freightliner 49K maybe - both about 38ft long
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Id get a diesel over the gasser any day...
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do like the opposing kitchen in the winne and it has the banks kit already ,but no air ride ,
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Drive 'em both

Walk around in both of 'em

If one is a Bath and a half....Buy it.
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what do you consider a bath and a half?
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Old 03-15-2015, 01:29 PM   #9
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The half bath is a commode and sink.
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My 35E Bounder was called a bath and a half. It had a full width rear bath with shower , vanity with sink and full height closet. The half bath had a commode and vanity with sink. The 35H had two commodes but lost the full height closet with bottom drawer . Not all bath and a halves are alike .
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I'd take a single bath with a gas engine, just couldn't imagine wanting the extra cost and maintenance of a diesel and a second bath taking up what little space you have in a RV. That being said we are just weekend warriors and use ours almost exclusively for camping trips that last 2-4 days and travel only about 100 miles round trip. Everyone has their own wants and needs
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