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Old 11-28-2011, 11:35 PM   #15
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The other great thing about the Winnebago\Itasca products is that you can get all of the diagrams and schematics online. The help with troubleshooting if any problems arise.
I love my used unit and the overall quality is great even for a used unit.
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Old 12-02-2011, 07:47 AM   #16
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We did get it. We were thinking of giving up the queen bed to the kids so we can chill in the living room. I guess we'll just play it by ear! Any odd necessities for traveling with kids? (I assume travel games etc. but something you wouldn't think of that you can't live without?)
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Old 12-02-2011, 04:25 PM   #17
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Congratulations on your purchase. My opinion is you made a great choice. I am sure you will LOVE your 34' Itasca, as I own a 34' Journey, and we LOVE it for all the reasons I cited earlier. Winnebago builds a high quality coach, even though all manufacturers have their quirks (just read this forum to learn about them).

By the way, you must be getting GREAT TV reception with those additional antennas on the roof, and I think that extra water tank on the roof will really extend your dry camping season!

Best of luck with your new coach.
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LOL Good one....We love our 2006 Meridian 36G, third times a charm. Started with a 24' Class C then a 32' Class A gasser....ended up trading our new 09 gasser for the 06 pusher and love everything about it.
If you put in a dinette be sure and get a dream dinette. Ours didn't have it and we ended up putting it in ourselves.

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Congratulations on your purchase. My opinion is you made a great choice. I am sure you will LOVE your 34' Itasca, as I own a 34' Journey, and we LOVE it for all the reasons I cited earlier. Winnebago builds a high quality coach, even though all manufacturers have their quirks (just read this forum to learn about them).

By the way, you must be getting GREAT TV reception with those additional antennas on the roof, and I think that extra water tank on the roof will really extend your dry camping season!

Best of luck with your new coach.
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Hi Fran, welcome to the forum and have a great time with your coach, when you get it.
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