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Old 07-21-2016, 10:03 AM   #43
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Not crazy at all...Becky and I plan on doing that next year after we sell most of your junk and sell the house.

We have a Winnebago ERA 70C has a real dry bath, decent kitchen, and a slide out for the bed which make the living room feel "bigger". The downside is the couch/fold out bed is only a full which might not work out for some larger folks, but works well for just the two of us.

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Old 07-21-2016, 12:29 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by Gordon Dewald View Post
??? I watched Class B's being built on the same line as Class A's and C's. The same staff was on the line.

IMO the difference in perceived quality is likely the amount of complexity that is involved with features and accessories in each model. We have had very few issues with the fit and finish of our coach.

You may wish to look at older well loved coaches to find the "one" for you.

thanks for the input. that is very interesting about them all going down the same line. where i got the info on class b being a higher quality was a you tube video, so perhaps my source was in error.

also interesting about CA being not RV friendly.

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thanks for the input. that is very interesting about them all going down the same line. where i got the info on class b being a higher quality was a you tube video, so perhaps my source was in error.

also interesting about CA being not RV friendly.
It could be entirely possible as there may be some manufacturers who only build one type of coach/motorhome.

We took the Winnebago factory tour while we were having service at Lichtsinn in Forest City. It was really interesting to see the different chassis moving down the same line with parts on conveyors matching up. We saw A, B, and C on the same line.

At that time we were told Winnebago was producing 200 MH a week.
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DW and I kicking around idea of trading off our Class C Aspect 29H.
Do not use much at all. Week ends maybe a week at a time now.
Do not want to tow any more.

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