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Old 03-06-2007, 08:14 PM   #1
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We are considering purchasing a 'new' 2005 R-Vision Trail-Aire motor home and would appreciate any comments good or bad. I trying to distill all the comments associated with R-Vision to determine if this would be a good choice or will purchasing the motor home open a pandora box of problems.

If you own a trail-aire, let me know about it.

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We are considering purchasing a 'new' 2005 R-Vision Trail-Aire motor home and would appreciate any comments good or bad. I trying to distill all the comments associated with R-Vision to determine if this would be a good choice or will purchasing the motor home open a pandora box of problems.

If you own a trail-aire, let me know about it.

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Dave, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us here and we look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. I have not owned an R-Vision product but have worked on them in the past. They are an entry level unit and in 2005 was bought out by Monaco. I am going to put a short cut of this post into the New Members Section so others can greet you and hopefully we can get you all the information you need to make an informed decision. Good luck and enjoy the hunt.
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Thanks for the warm welcome. The real issues is I am looking for some good comments from successful experiences associated with this Motor Home. In your experience was R-Vision Trail-Aire any worst then other motor homes. Is there a web page that ranks the manufacters? I recall seeing one it the past, but cannot find it on my surfing travels.

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Try rvreviews.com. I don't know if anything is there on R-Vision, but try a search. Also try the RV Consumers Group. You will have to pay to join, but they have a lot of information available.
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