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Old 03-26-2015, 08:19 PM   #1
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Holiday Rambler Neptune

We are thinking about purchasing a Holiday Rambler Neptune and are interested in knowing anyone's experiences with them..is the 75 gal fuel capacity sufficient, as well as the 95 gal fresh water capacity? we will be new to the motorhome experience..have always owned 5th wheels previously. Any advice/comments/suggestions would be welcomed. The one we are looking at is a 2008 in excellent condition..thanks for any guidance here..

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Old 03-26-2015, 09:15 PM   #2
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I have a 2007 37 pdq we really like the quality of this rig Had to put a little money in it after we got it as it road rough and did not have the trailing arms replaced but after the arms and a ride enhancement kit it drives just fine now. I never burn more than 50 gals when on the road as try to keep it in that range . need to stretch my legs by then so just look for truck stops and fill it up . the water tank size seems ok but then again we don't boondock. i travel w/ 1/2 tank just in case.

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We have some friends that got one. They thought it was under powered with the ISB Cummins.
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We have a '04 Neptune. We love the 4 slideouts. It's a great coach, but going up a mountain pulling a toad causes us to lose speed. Other than that, it's great if you have the new Source trailing arms installed.
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We purchased a 2007 Holiday Rambler Neptune last September and really like the four slides and the room they provide. The fuel gauge is not accurate which means with only 75 gallons we don't take a chance with going too far. It is rough riding and we plan to upgrade the air bags in the near future, the training arms were replaced before we got it. Good luck, we have driven almost 5000 miles and enjoy ours.

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