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Old 10-23-2014, 11:08 AM   #1
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I am considering a 2007 country coach inspire 360. Any input/comments about quality or issues? Thanks for response. Gabby
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Old 10-23-2014, 01:45 PM   #2
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I am considering a 2007 country coach inspire 360. Any input/comments about quality or issues? Thanks for response. Gabby
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They are a great coach but an orphan like most things.
On the west coast there are a lot of X Country Coach techs if needed.
Check for a wet PTO, tires, radiator if it has been updated and if the service is up to date.
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What is a wet PTO?
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PTO is Power Take-Off. On that year coach (and other years), the PTO was used to power the hydraulic pump for the radiator cooling fans and the power steering. Country Coach installed PTOs that were "dry" lubricated--they had to be greased regularly. Some owners did not have any problems, but enough had failures that caused a lot of people to convert to a wet-lubricated system.
Country Coach is back under new management--they offer technical service (for a reasonable fee), parts department, and factory service. They are also working on restarting production. You have a great support system, and they built one of the best coaches on the market.
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I just purchased a 2007 Inspire 360 Genoa about 3 weeks ago. I drove it from Tampa, Florida to Central Kentucky in one day (850 miles). The coach was a pleasure to drive, and seemed to have ample power. I did not get very good fuel mileage (6.5 mpg), but I did run about 70 mph on the trip, so that would partly account for some of the excess fuel use. I have only had the coach out for one weekend since I got it home, and am very happy with the way everything works. I love the air leveling system(no sticking jacks) and the hydro-hot system. This coach probably has one of the best RV showers I have ever used. I'm sure I will find some things in the future that I don't like, but as of now I am happy with it.
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I have a 05 Intrigue and can't wait to go full time.

Anyhow, here's a video for a 2005 County Coach Inspire 360 to introduce you to some of the systems.

2005 Country Coach Inspire 330 Owners Guide - YouTube
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You could go over to the Country Coach owners section of this site and they will be happy to give you more input.
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