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Old 01-12-2011, 11:04 AM   #1
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Check out our funky floorplan!

I'm new here and new to RVing. I just posted pictures of our very first RV, a 2009 Winnebago Outlook 30D, in the PHOTOS section. My husband is flying to Chicago tomorrow to pick it up. We liked this floorplan, as it's very "loungey" and different. So excited!
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Old 01-12-2011, 12:55 PM   #2
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Very nice looking, enjoy it.
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Old 01-12-2011, 02:04 PM   #3
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I assume the bathroom is forward? The most unusual floorplan I've seen in a 'C'.
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Old 01-12-2011, 02:05 PM   #4
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So are you going to sleep over the driver area or on the roll out couch?
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Old 01-12-2011, 02:33 PM   #5
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Checked it out on line. Sofa bed not bad for short/weekend camping. Price on line $80,000 seems high for sofa sleeping. Nice lines and one of the best names in the industry.
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Very nice! Body paint looks great!
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Supposedly the air mattress on the foldout couch is really comfortable. My husband will be sleeping there and I will either sleep on the dinette made into a bed or in the cabover bed. I just didn't want to see all that space wasted on a bedroom. I preferred it for living area. Different strokes for different folks. Guess it didn't go over too well, as they only made this floorplan for one year. Oh, and we didn't pay anywhere NEAR $80,000! LOL

Ooops, forgot to say, yes, the bathroom is right behind the driver's seat.
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Old 01-12-2011, 03:26 PM   #8
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yes I agree that is a different floorplan
but as long as you folks like it that's all that matters

rear lounge imo is
you get a big window, a nice lounge and a place up front if someone is napping


we to have a weirdo floorplan they only made it half a production year,
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I'm new here and new to RVing. I just posted pictures of our very first RV, a 2009 Winnebago Outlook 30D, in the PHOTOS section. My husband is flying to Chicago tomorrow to pick it up. We liked this floorplan, as it's very "loungey" and different. So excited!
Janet, we saw the floor plan on your new RV, very nice layout!! ..you are going to enjoy every minute traveling..

Our daughter lives in Aurora CO..traveling out west this summer to stay at "Cherry Creek" state park.


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Old 01-12-2011, 06:34 PM   #10
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Janet, we saw the floor plan on your new RV, very nice layout!! ..you are going to enjoy every minute traveling..

Our daughter lives in Aurora CO..traveling out west this summer to stay at "Cherry Creek" state park.


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Thanks for your post! Our daughter lives in Highlands Ranch, so we may be staying at Cherry Creek at some point this summer, too! Cool!
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I actually like it.. doesnt seem cramped at all..
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Uh oh, my hubby is off to a rocky start on his trip home - the new motorhome wouldn't start this morning in Chicago and they had to jump it. Glad I wasn't around! LOL I'm sure he was cursing me for buying it!
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Thats very common on used/sat around the lot RV's... people usually swap the good batts out for themselves or they never get trickled charged and go bad.
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Uh oh, my hubby is off to a rocky start on his trip home - the new motorhome wouldn't start this morning in Chicago and they had to jump it. Glad I wasn't around! LOL I'm sure he was cursing me for buying it!
Good morning, I assume the D stands for diesel, it takes a lot of amperage from the batteries to pull that motor over to fire, they might need replacing, don't know the age of the batteries. also, I would highly recommend using a diesel fuel additive each time you fuel up. The brand name is called "Howles Diesel Additive".I would also be concerned with the fuel filter or filters if they have not been changed. there is also a product for water that may ice up in the filter or filters, that would melt the icing within 15 to 20 minutes, which can be found at any of the truck stops. if he needs to call me with any questions 203-686-1616 Tom
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