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Old 10-30-2006, 07:22 AM   #1
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Well the last 2 months have been really interesting. We listed our 40' DP on the web hoping to sell it, never thinking we really would. IT SOLD

So thinking we would spent some time looking, it wook 3 weeks to find the rig we wanted.....

We are now the happy owners of a 2004 29' Trek. We are hoping that the smaller rig will allow us to go to some of the places we want to go to. (The 40' was just to big, now that we are no longer full timing)

2 days after picking up the new rig we had to leave it in storage and head out for 2 months of travel and family stuff that was already
scheduled. (a 15 day cruise to Hawaii and 2 weeks in a condo on the beach. We are feeling so picked on)

Seriously we are thrilled to find what we wanted and can't wait to get back to it to start playing in it.

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Well the last 2 months have been really interesting. We listed our 40' DP on the web hoping to sell it, never thinking we really would. IT SOLD

So thinking we would spent some time looking, it wook 3 weeks to find the rig we wanted.....

We are now the happy owners of a 2004 29' Trek. We are hoping that the smaller rig will allow us to go to some of the places we want to go to. (The 40' was just to big, now that we are no longer full timing)

2 days after picking up the new rig we had to leave it in storage and head out for 2 months of travel and family stuff that was already
scheduled. (a 15 day cruise to Hawaii and 2 weeks in a condo on the beach. We are feeling so picked on)

Seriously we are thrilled to find what we wanted and can't wait to get back to it to start playing in it.

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Old 10-30-2006, 09:43 AM   #3
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Congrats nice looking grafics on the rear if I last long enough maybe I'll look at this coach if we down size.
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Congratulations on the new rig. Sometimes smaller is better.

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Jeff, congratulations on getting the size coach you an your wife wanted, enjoy !.. Ed.S
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Old 10-31-2006, 10:08 PM   #6
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Congratulations on your new RV. I think you will love your TREK. I had a 1995 TREK 2430(26') for 10 years. This year I decided to move up to a 30' and bought a National Surf Side. The TREK is a well built and well equipped high end motorhome in a short length. Very maneuverable and you can park it just about anywhere.
There is a MSN group for TREK owners and it is just chocked full of information and great RV'ers with stories to swap.
It is called TrekTracks.
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Old 11-01-2006, 06:55 PM   #7
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Thanks everyone. cmprcountry, we have found the trek tracks. They have been very helpful. I am glad to hear you liked your trek. If is always good to know that your coach was loved.

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Jeff & Pat, We are on our 2nd TREK and love both our 2000 2830 and our current 2004 31SBD, The TREK is just a great unit anyway you look at it! Good luck with yours, I know it will be great for you all.

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Old 11-07-2006, 05:01 PM   #9
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We just traded in our 2005 Trek 28RB2, 31,000 mi. It is at Slicers RV in New Castle Delaware.
We really liked the coach but to many issues with the chassis, wish it had a W chassis.
Campercountry, we also bought a National.
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Hey Stevie, when ya gonna change that signature coach in your signature?
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Congrats Steve what did you get????
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What do you think of Slicers? They are the closest National dealer but they have no service bay. I bought my National in Florida and I need warranty work on a leaky slide.

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No Opinion yet Chip. I see the thing about the bay, we'll have to see. I paid a few extra bucks buying from them instead of Lazydays, I wanted a closer service dealer. Do yourself a favor and stay away from Boat n RV in Hamburg. Slicers can't be worse then them!

Bob, when I get the coach in my sweaty hands I'll change the profile. Don't want to Jinx myself.

Rodger, its a 2007 National Pacifica 36ft with all the bells and whistles, FCCC XC chassis and a 350hp cat. It should be on it's way east as it was to be completed on Nov 6. we shall see.
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Thats a sweet looking rig.Good luck pal.
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