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Old 01-14-2006, 03:19 PM   #1
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Well, folks the MH bug has bit hard. I suspect that we will be getting a gas unit. As much as I appreciate the longevity and durability of the diesel....you can get a much newer and higher level of used MH if you go gas.
Soooo, we will be kicking tires and spending hours and hours looking at E-Bay and rvtrader and rvonline and rvclassified and rvsearch drooling over the used units.
Going to wait until Spring to sell the other RV and then we can talk to these dealers with cash in hand.
So keep posting and providing advice and ideas for units.
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Old 01-14-2006, 03:19 PM   #2
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Well, folks the MH bug has bit hard. I suspect that we will be getting a gas unit. As much as I appreciate the longevity and durability of the diesel....you can get a much newer and higher level of used MH if you go gas.
Soooo, we will be kicking tires and spending hours and hours looking at E-Bay and rvtrader and rvonline and rvclassified and rvsearch drooling over the used units.
Going to wait until Spring to sell the other RV and then we can talk to these dealers with cash in hand.
So keep posting and providing advice and ideas for units.
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Old 01-14-2006, 05:48 PM   #3
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Good luck . . . and remember, the journey can be as much fun as the destination! Have fun looking
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Good luck Chet. There are alot of good used rigs to choice from both gas and diesel.
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Old 01-16-2006, 05:07 PM   #5
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Look hard and you may find a new or hold over for the price of used. We did and are very pleased and it's nice having two years on the coach and trhee years on the drive train warrenties! Scotty.
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Old 01-16-2006, 06:26 PM   #6
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Like the Idea of a MH also. We went to the Pittsburgh RV show this past weekend. Som really nice MH's there. Nice Prices also. Will search out the Diesel pusher used market. See what I can do selling the TV and RV and go from there.
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Old 01-19-2006, 06:06 PM   #7
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The more we look the more we realize that a MH is the way to travel. Doesn't get anybetter than the food, bathroom.etc all handy while moving down the highway.
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Just make sure you still have someone steering and braking while you make your sandwich! I can still remember reading in the paper about a motorhome that went off the highway and into the ditch. When the owner was questioned he stated he had put the cruise control on and then gotten out of the driver's seat and gone back to the kitchen to make a sandwich! He thought the motorhome would steer itself! I hope there isn't more of his type out there! Have fun looking and enjoying your motorhome once you find one.
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Now that is funny. I think the wife can make the sandwich while I drive. Have to get a toad though. Would hate to have to break down to tour the area.
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