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Old 06-18-2012, 10:18 PM   #1
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Winnebago Vista 35B

Hello everyone. Quick intro, we are a family of 5, my DW and our kids (DS 7...DD15 & 2) and are looking to get back into camping. Our family started camping in a fully restored 1976 Apache Ramada. We had that for several years before upgrading to a Rockwood Roo 233 Hybrid camper in 2008. Weeks before our first trip to Yellowstone in 2011 our Roo was totaled in a TX hailstorm. We rented a Class C to salvage the trip and we had a amazing time. Wife really loved having the C and I enjoyed it as well. So we are looking to transition away from bumperpull to MH.

We've been searching for a floor plan that fits our needs. We really wanted to get used, but the 2013 Vista 35B really caught our attention. Love the bath and a half with bunks. Haven't found much discussion on it, but couple questions or worries I had are:

1 - how well do the dual tanks work and how well they would drain? Are they connected or totally independent of each other?

2 - anyone had a chance to see one yet? Pros or Cons about them?

3 - Can't find any information on wheel size. Maybe I missed it but I assume they are 19.5's.

We aren't in any rush. Just trying to do our research. Couln't find a tread about this Floorplan so I thought I would start one.

Thanks and Happy Camping.

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Old 06-19-2012, 07:25 PM   #2
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I love the floor plan, however this is from the 2013 Model Review on the Winnebago web site. You will probably have to wait a few months to see one in person.

The two tanks, black and gray, are separate, looks like you would have 4 tanks, 2-gray & 2-black. I am sure the 2-grays will drain as one, likewise the 2-black tanks.

I would imagine with a 22K chassis the wheels would be 22". Just checked the chassis specs, on the 35B & 35F the wheels are 22.5"

The big negative for me is the "Short" queen bed, if you are over 6' tall your feet will hang over the bottom.

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