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Old 08-19-2013, 08:40 PM   #1
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I was looking at the Mercedes based RV

I must say I'm impressed, one feature a fridge that doesn't require leveling. The 20MPG is a good selling point as my job will involve a lot of travel.
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Wrote to you in a different thread:)

Which ones are you interested in? I seem to be in love with Leisure Unity. Will your travels take you away for long periods? Through all seasons? All over North America? Do you feel ultimately a B would be too small? I put a deposit to order one and am so excited
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Is someone offering a residential frig in a class B/C? They are the only frig's being used in RV's, at least that I'm aware, of that do not need leveling!
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I plan to pretty much go full time in the rate so therefore a small class C might even be too small I might have to go for a larger class C
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I want to full time in a Leisure Unity TB, anybody with advice. I'm a female. A young 69. Two small family member dogs. Thanks
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I want to full time in a Leisure Unity TB, anybody with advice. I'm a female. A young 69. Two small family member dogs. Thanks
Hi, Marthap,

I have the same dream/plan as you! Do you ever read the Solo RVers and Full-Timers forums here on IRV2? They're fun, informative, and, best of all, motivating. If you read on your smartphone or tablet, you likely will run out of battery charge because you'll find yourself engrossed. I take delivery at the end of October of my Unity TB. In the meantime, I've been soaking up as much info as I can. When asked where my first trip will be off the lot, I usually respond that it will be to the ocean with a bottle of champagne to celebrate I finally did it or I'll be heading for my driveway where I will sit and wonder what in the heck I was thinking. I'm sure it will be champagne at the ocean!!!
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I previously owned 2 Sprinters. #1 was an LTV- greater craftsmanship. No slides. #2 Winnebago View- Great vehicle. 1 slide. Traded up to a Tiffin Allegro Breeze. I dearly loved both of my Sprinters. Go anywhere...do anything in them.
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I previously owned 2 Sprinters. #1 was an LTV- greater craftsmanship. No slides. #2 Winnebago View- Great vehicle. 1 slide. Traded up to a Tiffin Allegro Breeze. I dearly loved both of my Sprinters. Go anywhere...do anything in them.
This info is good for me to know. You're validating my first and most likely last choice for my RV!
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I must say I'm impressed, one feature a fridge that doesn't require leveling. The 20MPG is a good selling point as my job will involve a lot of travel.
I'm still wondering what fridge you expect to get in a class B that doesn't need leveling?
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Is someone offering a residential frig in a class B/C? They are the only frig's being used in RV's, at least that I'm aware, of that do not need leveling!
There are many 12v/110v also known as 2way fridges that do not require leveling. Sportsmobile offers 3, 4 and 7 cubic feet versions in their Sprinters.
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I was thinking seriously about the winnibego view
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As far as leveling goes....I've had RV's for 30 years and never worried about leveling.

The idea that you have to be perfectly level for the refrigerator is incorrect based on my experience.
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As far as leveling goes....I've had RV's for 30 years and never worried about leveling.

The idea that you have to be perfectly level for the refrigerator is incorrect based on my experience.
I tend to agree, but the early ones (ice boxes) didn't require it either and that was in 1957 when I started.
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We had a view for 6 years my wife and I and a full size poodle it was a little tite with the three of us but it was a joy to drive and fit any ware we also tower a jeep Cherokee with it it got a honest 19 mpg without the jeep and around 17 with
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