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Old 01-14-2013, 09:15 PM   #1
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Down sizing..input requested

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The time has come for me to down size from my 2003 36' Bounder. I am intrested to hear about what might be out there that I should look at. Ideally, a class A under 30' would be great, something with a couple of slides to make up a bit for the smaller size..28' mo better..want to be roomy but more agile. My Bounder is a gasser but would consider a pusher. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
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The Tiffin Breeze has been around for 2-3 years now. It starts at 28'. Its a DP. The Winnebago Via is 25' and is on a Sprinter chassis. Winnebago also has the View which is a class C also on the Sprinter. The Winnebagos are front engine and not air bags.
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The FW Storm is in the size you're looking for & the bed slides out the back instead of a side.

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Greetings,
The time has come for me to down size from my 2003 36' Bounder. I am intrested to hear about what might be out there that I should look at. Ideally, a class A under 30' would be great, something with a couple of slides to make up a bit for the smaller size..28' mo better..want to be roomy but more agile. My Bounder is a gasser but would consider a pusher. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
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Winnebago also has class A MH's 26 to 30 ft as well.
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Hi classic60,
Consider going to Motorhomes By Newmar Corp | Bay Star Sport Floorplans and looking at the Bay Star Sport.

If you could tell us how you plan to use the coach it would help provide suggestions. From full timing to a few weekend trips a year make a big difference in the recommendations.
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I was very impressed with the Thor ACE 27.1 that I just saw at an RV show. I posted my thoughts and link to pictures on a thread in the Thor part of the forum. It felt very roomy, had a ton of storage and a KING sized bed. Yes. You heard right, a KING sized bed in 28' 7". And to make it more appealing there was very good room on the sides of the bed for exiting and entering.

Just saw the Thor Ace 27.1!
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