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Old 12-06-2012, 12:07 PM   #1
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Hi, I'm new to rv'ing and like the Winnebago sightseer 29 to 31 foot rv, we especially like the separate bath and lav. I think I read the 2006 model changes chassis on the ford engine and was wondering if this is true? Does anyone know of any other makes that offer this option ( separate lav). Any suggestions for us to look at. We want to stay under 32 feet, preferably 30 feet. Thanks. Doug. This sight has been very helpful to us. Thanks to all who post here.

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Smsudad..... You are correct, 2006 was the better motor and tranny from Ford. They did not build a 2005 chassis, as it was a change over year. Staying 2006 or newer would be a good plan. We owned a 30B Sightseer years back and it was a good problem free MH. The Sightseer continues to be a great seller for Winny. Good luck shopping.
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Hi and welcome! You might also try the Winnebago Owners Forum further down on the list, right here on iRV2. lots of good suggestions there.

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