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Old 04-19-2016, 08:07 AM   #15
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32,200, all my miles from new.

Didn't go to FL this winter. Other obligations. Hope we do not have to sell.
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Old 04-19-2016, 08:36 AM   #16
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I've got 105k on a 2005 Rambler.Bought it new in March of 2005.
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Old 04-19-2016, 09:48 AM   #17
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Well I think I get the low mileage award. I bought my 2005 just over a year ago with 6500 miles. We used it some last year after doing maintenance and updates and now has just over 8000 on it. Runs like a champ!!!


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Old 04-19-2016, 03:18 PM   #18
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Old 04-19-2016, 03:42 PM   #19
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You got that right.
I'm not knocking the UPS drivers. They have a tough job to do and are under time study every inch of the way. Seldom any idle chit chat from these guys.
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Old 04-19-2016, 03:50 PM   #20
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. . .Only 53,075 on my 2007 Trek; has 6 speed Allison; runs strong & quiet!!! got it in VA & drove back to N CA end of October; (usually fly down to Baja in October), , ,Off topic but how was your experience with driving the RV down in Baja? ( I have driven my truck down twice. ). . .Stay Happy & Healthy!
We have done multiple trips in to Mexico and simply love it.
Harleys, Motorhomes, 5th wheel toy box and a pick up truck occasionally. Flown a few times as well.

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DON'T GO YOU'LL GET YOUR HEAD CUT OFF!
Please tell everyone you meet or know to stay out of Mexico!

Seriously the only problems we have encountered have been with Americans with bad attitudes. Roads are o.k. but narrow at times. Scenery is breath taking.
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41K on our 04. I have to agree with your analogy of the gas chassis. Our previous coach 94 Bounder had 116K when we traded for our current coach and being we've been in contact with the owners of it, it now has 164K. Now that was the Ford F53 chassis with the 460. Had a lot of guts and ran great and my understanding is it hasn't had a problem to date. If you service and take care of the gas chassis rigs they'll perform for quite some time.
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A friend of mine deals with Workhorse chassis for UPS. He said 2-300k is generally when things head south.
Well I doubt I will see much more the 300 k in my lifetime...
Keeping my fingers crossed for at least!
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175K miles, whoa! Mine is barely broken in at 58K miles. Also a Newmar, but the later W24 chassis.
So me being new to the gas rigs, I assume the W22 is 22k rated and the W24 is 24K rated?
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WOW 175,000 that's awesome, guess I need to get busy then, 2004 with 28,000
Time to roll!
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So if you have a coach with a few more miles aka one that was driven and not stored all the time...let me know how many miles you have on it.
I'm showing 107 thousand and change. Runs great!
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So me being new to the gas rigs, I assume the W22 is 22k rated and the W24 is 24K rated?
You are correct
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