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Old 05-22-2013, 09:39 PM   #29
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Everybody will have a different opinion. If looking for used I would look at Fleetwood. Just my $.02
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After a great deal of research and a significant outlay of money, here is the definitive answer to your question:

1. What I have
2. What everybody else has.

Disclaimer: the above holds true only as long as I keep my current MH. After that it all changes.
Ditto.
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Old 05-23-2013, 08:16 AM   #31
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The best coach is the one your wife likes the most. As long as the pocket book can handle the shopping. So far you have gotten very good advice. This is a great forum with very smart and caring commentators. A happy wife is a happy life!
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The best coach is the one your wife likes the most. As long as the pocket book can handle the shopping. So far you have gotten very good advice. This is a great forum with very smart and caring commentators. A happy wife is a happy life!
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We looked. A lot. Some were rank. Some not. Some so-so.
It ended up: her choice of layout, me the drive train.
Hey, it only took 3 years!
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Old 05-24-2013, 06:57 PM   #34
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Desobleman,

Who told you Winebago was slipping in the ratings. They have won the excellence award for as long as award was out there. They aldo built a quality coach, have great service advisors at Factory when needed, they manufacturer the parts at the factory other than appliances and electronic equipment.

What did National do except bang it up. There are a lot of Winnebagos out there including their top[ of the line in DP a Tour or top of the line Gas unit the Adventurer plus all the Rv's in between.

Sure Prevosts and Newells are fine coaches if you are independently wealthy.

I also wouldn't put the coaches in the ranking that the original post stated.
There I said my piece.

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