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Old 08-10-2016, 05:57 PM   #57
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[QUOTE=WyoFree;3202861]Decision Made!

I want to thank each of you for your comments and wisdom. I'm going with my comfort factor, my favorite floor plan and the company I believe builds the best coach in the industry. What's my coach of choice?

2017 Newmar Canyon Star 3902
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Congrats. I hope you have many hours of pleasure in your new coach when you get it LOL
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WyoFree, congrats you won't be disappointed. Let us know when you get it, and have many safe and happy travels. Hope to see you on the road someday.
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Old 08-10-2016, 08:20 PM   #59
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Looks like a great choice! Enjoy!
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Old 08-10-2016, 08:26 PM   #60
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Good choice. Can't really go wrong with a Newmar. Factory pickup is def the way to go.
Glad you were able to make a decision. Now the fun of getting in and using it. Oh, and all the little extras you need...
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How about what you are using the RV for? Full time I would need 45' with a 36' trailer to get what I want to keep. For the cocktail crowd, super nice interior, for the RUFF camping sportsman type An interior that can take muddy boots. For winter type camping(like snow skiers) great insulation,dual pane Windows,aquahot. For camping IN more remote small beach or forest camp grounds something shorter.
Point is pick what you will use the RV for and then pick what is best for you. There are great combinations that will fit YOUR need, be it gas or diesel.
I went from gas to diesel then back to gas and if needed I still carry my Tux. As far a s noise ,I'm hearing impaired and can still hear the wife say some not too flattering things about my driving at times going up the western passes about passing or? .
Guess what I'm saying is, with money not a problem get what you want not what everyone else wants. They will both get you there with minutes no matter what the terrain. Both get terrible fuel mileage, both cost too much and both be too much fun.

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Here's one. In a DP, you can get hydronic heat such as an aqua hot system. Not so in a gas coach. When we go full time, i'm not going to deal with the noise of the blower on a regular furnace waking me up every ten minutes. Also your A/C units are much quieter on most DP's
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Congratulations on making a decision and getting out there. Wave as you pass by. We will recognize you by the big smiles.
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