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Old 10-01-2014, 04:36 AM   #1
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Time to decide

Hi all
After what seems an eternity, we have decided we must now make the move and purchase our first RV!
We shall be crossing the pond in January to visit the RV show in Tampa and hope to make our final selection there, in the meantime, whilst our options are still quite open any final suggestions would be great we will be FTing - we would like:
a DP - we will be pulling a jeep, 1 and a half baths, corner sofa or two sofas, sleep 4 min (for visitors) probably nearly new so looking upto $200k
Looking to get this show on the road

Thanks for your valued advice
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Check the width, have the changed the SVA rules to allow 106" RVs yet?
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Check the width, have the changed the SVA rules to allow 106" RVs yet?
We are planning to stay in the USA
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