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Old 09-30-2014, 07:52 AM   #1
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Hi from NH

We want to introduce ourselves and thank you all for your time and experience, we appreciate it. We are getting ready to sell the house and go to warm weather for the winter.

We bought a 2013 MicroLite 21FBRS to test our living and we love the lifestyle! Now we want to get a fiver and get out of the cold for the winter.

So thank you all!
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Hello and welcome to the forum! Safe travels to warmer weather.
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Hello and Welcome. If your buying your first 5th wheel I would say look at a used 30 footer and see if it fits your needs for this winter. After 4 to 6 mo in it you will know more about what you want and what you can live in. It takes most people 2 or 3 RV's to get the one that's just right for them. Good Luck.
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Hello and Welcome. If your buying your first 5th wheel I would say look at a used 30 footer and see if it fits your needs for this winter. After 4 to 6 mo in it you will know more about what you want and what you can live in. It takes most people 2 or 3 RV's to get the one that's just right for them. Good Luck.
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Thank you WD40! We totally agree, a used fiver, 29-31' will be perfect for us. Biggest fear is backing up! Second issue is the model, a rear kitchen would be great as I love to cook but the falling items is intimidating and any potential loss of view. And probably the biggest issue is our location, in southern NH we have very few potential fivers to 'kick the tires' so the internet and good pics are key for us.

Thank you for any advice!
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