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Old 02-10-2005, 09:25 PM   #15
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Sorry we are just getting back to you. Yes we went to Giant RV.

They have been ok dealing with. Usual problems with the MH, not Giants fault. Still working out a few details but for the most part it is a nice upgrade from the Ford Sightseer.

Lots of extras that make it a good choice and it does have some HP....

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Old 11-22-2008, 11:46 AM   #16
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Hi y'all,

Just thought I would give you an update on our '04 Adventurer. vIt now has 28,700 miles on it and I'm thoroughly happy with it except for a few things that I have no control over. One of those things I can't get it to go into overdrive unless I get it over 52 mph but no big deal. Also have a balance problem with the front wheels and found a bad wheel which I placed in the spare and put the spare on the fromt end.

I did add the Koni shocks to it and boy did that improve the ride and one of these days I will get to adding the rear trac bar.

Also as part of my maintainence which I do myself I changed the fuel filter and was surprised how black the old one was when I cut it open.

We both love the floor plan on the 04 and haven't seen any that we liked in the new ones. This coach will probably be our last xcoach and we enjoy it when we use it.

I am looking forward to our trip to Alaska in 2010 for our 50th Anniversary.

Lastly I will say that I think that Winnebago makes a fine coach and the factory has been both helpful with any problems and fixed most things for us.

2014 Winnebago Adventurer 35P,Ford F-53, V-10
2011 Ford Escape,2000 Roadmaster Tow Dolly
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