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Old 08-17-2009, 01:34 PM   #15
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Mike and Lynda, thanks for the response, the photos, and your thoughts on the Newmar product. Wow, I hope you weren't in the coach when that tree struck. That would have been shocking to say the least. Since you are on your third Newmar, it sounds like you are very satisfied with the product. We are rather excited about the 2006 Cypress we are buying. It has essentially the same floor plan as the Mobile Suites 32tk3, plus a much better pantry, and the price is so much less even as compared to a used 06 MS. Yes, I recognize the many extra things we would get with a MS, but for the use we will be getting out of the trailer (not full timing), the Cypress fits our needs very nicely.

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Mike and Lynda, thanks for the response, the photos, and your thoughts on the Newmar product. Wow, I hope you weren't in the coach when that tree struck. That would have been shocking to say the least. Since you are on your third Newmar, it sounds like you are very satisfied with the product. We are rather excited about the 2006 Cypress we are buying. It has essentially the same floor plan as the Mobile Suites 32tk3, plus a much better pantry, and the price is so much less even as compared to a used 06 MS. Yes, I recognize the many extra things we would get with a MS, but for the use we will be getting out of the trailer (not full timing), the Cypress fits our needs very nicely.

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We're full timing and we love our MS 32tk3. Extremely easy to cool in Texas heat. Very quite inside. My DW hasn't stopped smiling and singing yet.
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Glennwest, great to hear how you love your 32tk3. I tell you, it was a real struggle in deciding which coach to go with. I especially like the thicker walls, the stacked tubular steel chassis and the Trailaire suspension and pinbox on the MS. But the wife doesn't care so much about those things and loves what she sees in the Cypress at the lower cost. It's hard to argue with her since we won't be full timing it. And finally, she let's me ride my motorcycle, so I pretty much let her have everything she wants. (-:
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