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Old 02-05-2013, 09:44 AM   #15
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Beautiful coach...like the layout!
The beer (Yuengling) we miss....we lived in Tower City PA...visited America's Oldest Brewery many times....the Premium is the best!
Mmmmmm. Yuengling.
Dang I miss that!
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:42 AM   #16
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I appreciate the reply. If my sales guy gives me a hard time I may ask you for that picture.

Have you had an opportunity to vacation in yours since you've owned it? I'm looking foreword to spending our first weekend out in it but it's still too cold up my way.

I've lived in steadily since purchasing(using while working away from home)
It's been great! Looking forward to getting back home soon though. When I'm off, it will get used for fun trips.
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Old 02-07-2013, 04:46 AM   #17
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I'm moving up from a Damon Outlaw. It was nice being able to have the bike with us where ever we went but I can see that life in the Challenger will be pretty damn good. Now I'll just pull a trailer. I love the floor plan in this thing.

Thanks again with your help with the table, my dealer has it on order.
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Old 02-08-2013, 12:26 AM   #18
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I'm moving up from a Damon Outlaw. It was nice being able to have the bike with us where ever we went but I can see that life in the Challenger will be pretty damn good. Now I'll just pull a trailer. I love the floor plan in this thing.

Thanks again with your help with the table, my dealer has it on order.
Good deal. Glad to have helped.
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Old 02-22-2013, 01:32 PM   #19
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Mine came with two different table tops. One for the dinette and one for the captains chairs.

I can get you a pic of it if you want.
Well after a couple of weeks waiting to get this resolved, it seems they want to "see" my coach regarding the table top. I'm sure it's so they can "see" that it's too big to fit in between the captains chairs.

Can you take a couple of photos where you can see both tables installed in one shot and maybe a photo of the smaller table sitting on top of the larger one demonstrating the size difference?

This would go a long way in that once they "see" mine, the ordering process will only start at that time.
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Well after a couple of weeks waiting to get this resolved, it seems they want to "see" my coach regarding the table top. I'm sure it's so they can "see" that it's too big to fit in between the captains chairs.

Can you take a couple of photos where you can see both tables installed in one shot and maybe a photo of the smaller table sitting on top of the larger one demonstrating the size difference?

This would go a long way in that once they "see" mine, the ordering process will only start at that time.

Sure thing! I'll get some pics and post them.
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Thank you. I sent you a PM with me email address.
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Nice rig. We are thinking of moving up from our fifth wheel to a motorhome. Love the looks and layout of yours. Haven't been able to find one in our area to actually check it out. What kind of gas mileage do you get? How is the quality of the workmanship, so many RVs are slacking in the dept.
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Here's the table pics.


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Nice rig. We are thinking of moving up from our fifth wheel to a motorhome. Love the looks and layout of yours. Haven't been able to find one in our area to actually check it out. What kind of gas mileage do you get? How is the quality of the workmanship, so many RVs are slacking in the dept.
I think the workmanship is very good and haven't found any major flaws.
I refuse to measure the gas mileage though.
Towing the wrangler I can drive about 4 hours to a tank before needing fuel.
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I probably get between 7-10 mpg. Or at least I hope. Haha.
Got me curious now. Next trip I'll check it.
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You're better off not knowing!

Thanks for posting the photos, I sent them off to my dealer so hopefully we can put this issue to bed.
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Probably am better off not knowing. Thanks for the reply.
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