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Old 11-02-2011, 10:30 AM   #1
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Class A bunk buying advice

Hello - New member here but not new RV owner. We recently sold our 1999 Fleetwood Class C bunkhouse and are actively looking to buy a used Class A with bunks in the next month or so. We've narrowed down our search to: an '07 - '09, Fleetwood (Terra or Fiesta), Winnebago (Sightseer) or Monaco (Riptide). All these floor plans work for us and the used years make them somewhat within our price range. We extensively use our RV for skiing with the kids November - April. We need good insulation, heated basement, pass thru storage and bunks. We do not want a diesel, we do want quality, we are handy mechanically and were happy with our previous Fleetwood product.

Can anybody please help us wade thru these last few brands/models?! We are in information overload and having trouble sorting out the quality/reliability of each. Thanks very much!

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Welcome Fr8dog to irv2.
Here is a thread about someone looking for bunk bed Motor Homes that may interest you.
They are well insulated for winter use and meet peoples needs.
There is one post with links to brochure and Owners Guide.
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Yep, Newmar makes some with bunks and they are well insulated too.
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