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Old 03-12-2005, 04:13 AM   #1
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Anyone with experience, knowledge about this rig? We are narrowing down to make purchase, new to all this, going with a gas class a 33-34ft range. Also looking at HR ambassador. Any advice? All help much appreciated
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Anyone with experience, knowledge about this rig? We are narrowing down to make purchase, new to all this, going with a gas class a 33-34ft range. Also looking at HR ambassador. Any advice? All help much appreciated
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docD, first let me say welcome to our website and forum. Glad to see you are doing some homework before making a purchase. Take your time; lots of it, as there are many units out there that are of lower quality than others and some manufacturers are at best difficult to deal with. If I had to choose between the Thor Hurrican and a HR Iwould go with the latter. Don't let the impulse of a fancy looking unit at an unbelievable price cloud the underlying quality and design of weight management under the frills. Good luck and enjoy the hunt.
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thanks for info. that was sort of my "gut" feeling. Any other good units you recommend in the under 100000 range (take home price, not msrp)? Will be used by two adults only.
I've allready learned so much from your site as a "guest". Done so much reading eyes are crossing :]
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Old 03-12-2005, 04:48 AM   #5
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Hi DocD,
We have a Thor Windsport 33SL Class-A, and at first there were at lot of problems, but they were all mostly to do with fit & finish! There has been nothing wrong with the Ford engine, or chassie (knock on wood)! We have been happy with the way Thor took care of the problems, but the dealer we bought from (Scott Motor Coach in NJ)was bad!! Also if your not aware of this, the way the product line goes is Hurrican entry level, Windsport mid level and Infinity top level of these three units. Well that is the way it went in 2000, and this information is for the way the inside of the coach is done. Since the engines and chassis are the same! We have enjoyed or rig and feel that WE GOT WHAT WE PAID FOR, AND DON'T LET PRICE BE YOUR ONLY CHOICE!! I am not sure what other rigs you have looked at, but I say look at as many as you can!!We also would not get a rig without at least one slide. We also at this time think our next rig will be a Winnebago. Hope this helps in some way and we wish you the best of luck with what ever rig you get! Also welcome to our site it is filled with great info as well as great folks!!
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