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Old 01-05-2015, 10:48 PM   #15
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oh, OK, I will go there and see what it is about, thanks for the info

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FROG is Forest River Owners Group. Coachmen is owner by Forest River RV'S so you can join FROG. Just go to Forest River RV'S and you should find the spot to join. There is also a Forest River Forum much like irv2. That forum is not run by Forest River RV'S but is great for Forest River owners. They have a Coachmen motor home section.
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don't see it, and actually the coachman isn't listed on the sites I looked at
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Old 01-06-2015, 05:56 AM   #17
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Try www.forestriverfrog.com for the FROG group. Can sign up for it there.
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Old 01-06-2015, 06:50 AM   #18
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hey there it is, thanks, sometimes I am not real smart

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Old 01-06-2015, 09:32 AM   #19
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oil question

since the coach I am getting will be at o about three thousand mile, oil change, would you just change the oil, or switch over to synthetic oil, not sure if it is worth the money since I live in a moderate climate most of the time, now if I lived in the north east, or the southwest I would definitely, WSY, as my friend bill would say
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Old 01-06-2015, 10:09 AM   #20
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Syn- 50% more in cost, but 50-70% less oil changes.....it equals out in my book. I do my own oil, so it's all Syn for me because it's less work.... I change my Syn at 10,000 miles.
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really,,,, 10,000, what about how long it sets between uses, if it does, no factor in what intervals of oil changes

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Syn- 50% more in cost, but 50-70% less oil changes.....it equals out in my book. I do my own oil, so it's all Syn for me because it's less work.... I change my Syn at 10,000 miles.
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We better be careful....glancing off the "oil thread" iceberg here

Everyone will have opinions on this, but for me and my 4 or 6 wheeled vehicles yes, they are all on a 10K mile change interval regardless of how many miles are put on within in reason. All of my stuff gets driven from 8-20K a year so it's not an issue. If I was doing dino oil I would be doing 3 oil changes to one Syn.
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dagnabit

went to pick up the new coach yesterday, welllllllllllllllllllll,
the guy came out to do the walk through, aaannndddd, started extending the slide out and after a few seconds the top left of the slide was popping and jumping, and I said that doesn't sound good, so after a while he stopped and went to get someone else, this guy came out and was working it in and out, all the tile it was popping and jumping, but he just kept working it, like it was going to just miraculously fix it self, I was out side watching, looked up and could see the top track had become bright shiny, welllll, I told the guy who got the other guy for help, yo, the teeth on the track are being destroyed, and sure enough, a lot of the teeth were now missing, sooooooo, now they have to order parts to fix it, when they should have stopped and looked at why it was doing it in the first place,

motorhome was on a very unlevel spot, don't know if he should have leveled it out first or what, I have never had a slide out before, any thoughts on if he should have had it level or not, or does it matter,,,,,
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New or old, there's always something that needs fixing. Hopefully they fix it quick and that will be it. Best of luck and happy travels.
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You have 3 days to back out. They only give you 12 month war. and if this happens again after 12 months it will be a really big repair bill.


RUN AWAY from this unit.....Lots of great deals available don't get stuck with a lemon before you leave the lot.
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Salesperson is going to give you LINE about how it will never fail again. If our new MH had a major failure even before I picked it up from the dealer, I would walk away. If they agree to give you a six year extended war for free with ZERO out of pocket then maybe otherwise RUN.
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there is no buyers remorse in california, it was the dealers fault from what I read, they should have leveled it, it was down hill from what I remember after I thought about it, I should have researched it more so I could have watched them closer,,

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