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Old 09-19-2011, 08:10 PM   #1
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The Next Step

We bought our first motorhome 5 years ago, a 1995 Winnebago, Adventurer, of course a gasser, no slides, etc. We have had a lot of good times with it. I have enjoyed the challenges that owning an older motorhome brings. I do almost all of the maintenance, repairs, and upgrades myself. Winnebago has been very supportive with wiring, plumbing diagrams, parts, etc. This forum has been especially helpful in answering our questions.

Now we are considering a different motorhome. Specifically a Fleetwood American Eagle, 1999. Yes it is an older motorhome again, but my experience in our trucking business, and diesel chassis, doesn't discourage me. I know that these are truly "million mile" chassis.

Question for you folks is: Will I get the same support from Fleetwood with wiring and plumbing diagrams, parts, etc that I have come to expect from Winnebago? I talked to a factory service rep today, and he indicated they would be ready to help, but maybe that is just a salesman talking, I don't know. Do you really think I can keep this thing on the road?
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