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Old 10-07-2014, 05:06 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by mdunner View Post
I have been shopping for 6months,and its very exciting.My wife is going to retire in 2015 and we are going to be full timers.I will still work for 6-8 months a year,but we plan on living full time in the RV.

Salesmen tell me I should'nt worry about gettting a Gas MH, but I'm not sure.
My wife will be retiring in 2016 and we will become full-timers then. Shopping for the past six months? I've been shopping and researching for the past six years and just now ready to make our purchase soon.

There a lot of "salesmen" out there who are not knowledgeable or do not have personal experience with motor homes. My advice is to invest in a lot of time researching on irv2.com. The vast majority of experienced members are very helpful. Use the "Search" box above to find specific threads for answers to questions you have that will come up. After researching on the internet, including manufacture's websites, attend an RV Show that has numerous motorhomes to look at.

Good luck.

Motorhomeless Clancy and Sue
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