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Old 04-06-2015, 02:28 PM   #71
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Well of course......

But my real point is that it is that much of this discussion is personal preference / subjective, and even Porsche owners spend money "improving" the ride, handling, braking, and performance.

This particular discussion about MHs is basically the same one you'll find on any other car enthusiast forum..... Why didn't the factory do / include / offer ______________.
Exactly, on one of the BMW forums I read, some people carp about how poorly engineered the motorcycles are…..
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Exactly, on one of the BMW forums I read, some people carp about how poorly engineered the motorcycles are…..
decoder ring please??????
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Exactly, on one of the BMW forums I read, some people carp about how poorly engineered the motorcycles are…..
is you're Monaco like this???
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Well of course......

But my real point is that it is that much of this discussion is personal preference / subjective, and even Porsche owners spend money "improving" the ride, handling, braking, and performance.

This particular discussion about MHs is basically the same one you'll find on any other car enthusiast forum..... Why didn't the factory do / include / offer ______________.
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decoder ring please??????
I was agreeing that the discussion is similar to many on other forums.
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is you're Monaco like this???
Very similar, although we have a side door model.
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Very similar, although we have a side door model.
how long is it???
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You may need a longer driveway. Your wife might like that and you could go up in length and fighting weight - and get one of these for a toad. It would make backing the boat in easier and provide servants quarters.
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You may need a longer driveway. Your wife might like that and you could go up in length and fighting weight - and get one of these for a toad. It would make backing the boat in easier and provide servants quarters.
lol... wish I could post what I'm thinking of that pic....
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lol... wish I could post what I'm thinking of that pic....
He had a Segway too...
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how long is it???
40'
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How many here think their new coach should work right when they get it????

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You may need a longer driveway. Your wife might like that and you could go up in length and fighting weight - and get one of these for a toad. It would make backing the boat in easier and provide servants quarters.

Oh yeah! Double tow and all is well.
Have seen many threads on this topic over the years on several forums. Nobody has been able to influence builder improvements. Sadly, a good idea on a lost cause, me thinks.
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that's a nice set up...roadmaster 8 bag??
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