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Old 06-27-2015, 06:12 PM   #57
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Your answer is a great one. I do understand the pay to play, I've owned many boats through the years that only come out of the water when there are repairs to be done. I do want to stay in the 36' range and will be towing a toad. Just trying to get some replies that can help me with some choices.


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If you are going to put a lot of miles, the the DP is the way to go ultimately.

There are a lot of good ones around, I just think all motors..... are finicky at times... and they all cost a little more than you think. So just kick back a good 20% rule. Figure you'll spend 20% more than you thought, and be ok with it as you travel.

You'll enjoy it if you go IN with the a mindset of "Ok. im ready for whatever!"
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If you have someone else do the work, you should budget about $2200 per year. This includes the cost of replacing the tires every 7 years. You will bring down this cost for work you can do yourself. This number was given to me by a shop that works almost exclusively on motor homes and my experience that his number is pretty close.
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If you have someone else do the work, you should budget about $2200 per year. This includes the cost of replacing the tires every 7 years. You will bring down this cost for work you can do yourself. This number was given to me by a shop that works almost exclusively on motor homes and my experience that his number is pretty close.

Thanks Ludmilla that is a great pc of info and seems realistic to cost average.


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