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Old 01-07-2018, 07:20 PM   #1
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Return to iRV2 w/Winnie Paseo

I was here from almost the beginning with a Fleetwood Angler slide-in until I sold the truck and camper. I have RVed from 1986 to the present, but haven't had a fully self-contained rig in 6 years and I missed that, so Friday I picked this up.
So far the dislikes are the running boards, non-insulated doors, unlabeled light switches, thumps and rattles, and the driver/co-driver seats aren't heated.
Yesterday I ordered a driver seat heater kit, molded Ford mud flaps, vent visors, and whacked off the running boards.
Today insulated the doors, labeled the switches, and felt dotted everything that can be opened.
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Old 01-11-2018, 06:09 PM   #2
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If that's a 2018 you are missing the filler piece between the awning and the van roof in the front.
We are looking at a Transit class B also, and right now the Coachmen Crossfit fills the bill better for us.
That's unfortunate as we have been Winnebago faithful since 2008. They just don't seem to be taking the Paseo seriously.....
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If that's a 2018 you are missing the filler piece between the awning and the van roof in the front.
We are looking at a Transit class B also, and right now the Coachmen Crossfit fills the bill better for us.
Busted, pic was pulled from internet as the weather is too crappy to take a good one. I did take one of it before I picked it up.
Crossfit is all old school components and 3.7L base engine for same price.
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Old 01-15-2018, 11:13 AM   #4
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Old school components? Same fridge, same Truma Combi, same solar capability, excellent converter make (USA made), solid wood cabinetry, 200 watt solar, 3.5 EcoBoost w/sync 3 now available. Now a 22C model with fold down couch. And a free trash can!

Granted, smaller bathroom, but with solid wood doors, and OEM Ford seat covers which is fine with us...

We like the Paseo, but the wife can't use those WGO running boards as installed. The CF has the fiberglass side skirts with steps that she can use....
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Old school components?
Granted, smaller bathroom, but with solid wood doors, and OEM Ford seat covers which is fine with us...
We like the Paseo, but the wife can't use those WGO running boards as installed. .
The interior of the coachman looks old school compared to the Paseo. I whacked off the running boards. I also insulated the doors which I can't believe weren't done by Winnie. I camped in it the last 3 days and the only thing I don't like is the numerous light switch panels. I used the shower and it is awesomely big, but the water tank is good for one shower at a time. 14.2 gal at 60mph = 14.5 mpg. I don't regret my purchase.
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Nice rig & welcome back! Thanks for the pics and information.
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In any case, nice looking rig. Like the looks with the rack and ladder too. You know there's a Facebook group "Winnebago Paseo Owners & Wannabees"
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In any case, nice looking rig. Like the looks with the rack and ladder too. You know there's a Facebook group "Winnebago Paseo Owners & Wannabees"
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I've added or modded about 19 items so far with about 5 to go.

Flip out twin bed mod.
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Installed rear door speakers which Winnie deleted. At least they didn't deactivate the wiring.
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Added Ford mud flaps. Installed vent visors.
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Installed arm rest, seatbelt buckle stop, paper & terry towel holders, and labeled all the light switches.
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Added bungees to keep items in the glass cabinet from rattling/moving. Installed carpets, hooks, and a key rack.
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20th mod was to convert the bed filler into the new table which stows in the closet with the post nicely. I also swapped out the thermometer with one that has a waterproof xmitter.
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