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Old 10-29-2013, 07:05 PM   #1
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Well.....it's now two months old and we couldn't be happier with our choices and Newmar's ability to build it. They will do what you want on every texture inside and even adjust the paint stripes to your design and your colors. It's so quiet running road, the Comfort Drive is beyond belief and the power is nice too!
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Old 10-29-2013, 07:10 PM   #2
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Wow. That says it all. Enjoy
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Bullheaded...........awesome coach! I notice that you list a 24' stacker trailer in your signature. You have the exact setup that I hope to have someday. Hope you don't mind me asking a few questions about your setup? 1) What trailer manufacture did you get? 2) What is the weight of your trailer loaded with gear and cars? 3) How does the ISX 600 tow the trailer.........does it have enough power accelerating and on grades? 4) Does the K3 chassis tow the trailer nicely and track well? 5) I would assume that you get about 5 to 6 mpg towing at about 60mph?



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Get my shades. That's some serious bling!! Congratulations & many happy miles & memories.

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Beautiful coach! I had been wondering how you liked it. Glad to read you like the Comfort Drive.

Great picture of the coach sitting in section 2 at HSG.

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I really do like this! Congrats on an excellent coach. Boy this us the second King Aire listed in a few days. Enjoy your new coach.
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I really do like this! Congrats on an excellent coach. Boy this us the second King Aire listed in a few days. Enjoy your new coach.
We got to see this coach and chat with the owner for a few seconds at the factory last week( we were both busy addressing punch list items with the folks in service), very sleek looking coach with the deletion of the window awnings and also some great changes to the swirl pattern!!, we're going to make our first visit to HSG next Summer and hope to compare notes after a few months of ownership.
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sweet rig , I hope my #s come in
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Congratulations Billy, King Aire is for sure the proper name for these Coach's! Enjoy and travel safe.
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I really do like this! Congrats on an excellent coach. Boy this us the second King Aire listed in a few days. Enjoy your new coach.
X2 But man they do build one beautiful coach. Congrats on the purchase and that is some serious bling. I like shiney.
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Beautiful coach! I had been wondering how you liked it. Glad to read you like the Comfort Drive.

Great picture of the coach sitting in section 2 at HSG.

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We got to see this coach and chat with the owner for a few seconds at the factory last week( we were both busy addressing punch list items with the folks in service), very sleek looking coach with the deletion of the window awnings and also some great changes to the swirl pattern!!, we're going to make our first visit to HSG next Summer and hope to compare notes after a few months of ownership.
They are both excellent, both appear to be bath and a half, our favorite (we wish our CC were this configuration). I do like the lighter color cabinets in yours versus the really dark cabinets. We also like some sort of stand alone dinette versus the diner lounge dinette. These are all just personal choices, but these are both excellent coaches. If CC starts building again next year, as they are trying to do, it would be a hard choice between the 2. Newmar is a top coach builder.

Boy would that be a fun choice to have to make. You both should really enjoy these excellent coaches. As I said in the other thread, I'm jealous!
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Bullheaded...........awesome coach! I notice that you list a 24' stacker trailer in your signature. You have the exact setup that I hope to have someday. Hope you don't mind me asking a few questions about your setup? 1) What trailer manufacture did you get? 2) What is the weight of your trailer loaded with gear and cars? 3) How does the ISX 600 tow the trailer.........does it have enough power accelerating and on grades? 4) Does the K3 chassis tow the trailer nicely and track well? 5) I would assume that you get about 5 to 6 mpg towing at about 60mph?



thanks for your reply!
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Trailer is Continental Cargo/Forest River @ 16,000# loaded with a Can Am Spider, Harley Street Glide, four seat golf cart and Chevy HHR. Haven't towed the trailer much but the coach seems to have plenty power and at 63 to 68 MPH we are getting 5.6 MPG.....same as the last coach with ISM 500. This trailer has always tracked better than the GMC 2500 4x4 Duramax Pickup we pulled in the past.
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