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View Poll Results: Is a washer/dryer useful or needed
I use my washer/dryer and recommend buying a coach with it. 119 73.46%
I do not use my washer/dryer and do not recommend buying a coach with it. 9 5.56%
I do not have a washer/dryer. 34 20.99%
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Old 05-13-2014, 04:33 PM   #43
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Next topic, Dishwasher or not?
Don't you bring yours with you?

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We've only had or new coach a week, and am confident I made the right decision in requiring a stacked washer/dryer!
Be aware that the manufacturers are moving away from the one piece combo, as the two piece stacks are preferred by customers.
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Old 05-13-2014, 08:21 PM   #47
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Box 1, if you spend months on the road each year and you can in any way afford it, get itů..
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Box 1 - best money we spent
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Old 05-15-2014, 06:34 AM   #49
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:30 AM   #50
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We are fulltime, and spend 90 minutes every 2-3 weeks at a nice laundromat. They are easy to find. We don't "waste" time, we sit and read books. Why install something that has such a propensity to leak or break? 10-12 dollars at laundromat about 20 times a year. Just have enough clothes with you.
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Box 1, our coach came with stackable washer and dryer, no more hauling dirty laundry home.
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Old 05-15-2014, 06:37 PM   #53
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We don't have one so we don't know for certain if we'd use it very much. We plan to upgrade our MH in 3-5 years so right now we don't see the need to buy them just for our summer trips. After the next upgrade we hope to full time and so a WD will be a requirement.

I think the main issue is how you use your RV. I can see why it's a must for some and not worth the cost for others. Like almost everything in this hobby/lifestyle there aren't many right and wrong answers, it's usually just about choices and preferences.
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We don't have one, but the DW wants one, and I want a 600 HP diesel. She's been telling me to trade this thing off. If I do it will have a dishwasher also. And I want a residential size one. Maybe, maybe not. Time will tell. But we do have a WD in the motor home shop.
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Tough to winterize ? takes an extra 2 minuites and a half gallon of antifreeze
Got a big load ? Take it to the laundomat and go for cocktails
Takes up storage space ? How much space do you need , really? Put something in that nice basement.
You can opt not to use one if you choose , If you don't have one , you have no choice

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