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Old 07-29-2012, 08:43 AM   #15
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I like the lines and color of your new unit.

Please post a few interior shots as well as the cab.
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Old 08-14-2012, 05:02 PM   #16
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Very nice. I really like the looks of those. How does the engine noise compare to a DP?
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Old 08-14-2012, 07:16 PM   #17
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RogueRVer-Our rig has 2 40 gallon fuel tanks and we are getting about 12 miles per gallon.
HoleInOne-our rig is not as quiet as a DP. Just a little loud on accelerating but rather quiet once up to speed. The air suspension leather seats are amazingly comfortable, more so than our new Toyota LandCruiser. We just got back from a 560 mile trip traveling @ ~ 65mph and were more relaxed than driving in our LandCruiser.
Thanks everyone else for your remarks and encouragement. We are loving RVing & wish we started sooner....
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Old 08-26-2012, 05:02 AM   #18
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Just wanted to check in and ask how you are enjoying your unit, we are putting a deal together on a 2010 and looking forward to hitting the road. We went with the 34xl. very few available in the used market.
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Old 08-27-2012, 01:35 PM   #19
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kanasaby - We have had our Dynaquest 300ST for 6 weeks now and have travelled 2,500 miles. We are very pleased with our purchase. Our coach has plenty of power, handles very well, is very comfortable, high quality throughout, and has great curb appeal. We wish we had done this sooner. We originally were focused on purchasing a Dynaquest 340XL which is about 4 foot longer but chose our highly discounted Dynaquest 300ST (we picked it up $10K+ below wholesale). I was concerned that the 300ST might be too small but after spending 14 nights in it we found it to be quite spacious for my wife & I + Airedale Terrier. Our 300ST pretty much has the same bedroom, kitchen area, shower, sink & toilet area, sofa & cab area as the 340XL. We do not have a dinette area, instead we have removable pole tables which we do not use. We either use lap trays to eat on the sofa or we eat outdoors, which has worked out very well for us. the 340XL does have a larger engine & generator, larger tires & more cargo area below. The 300SL allows us to get into some tighter spaces & with it's size allows us to get around without a toad. Both units are great, each with it's advantages & disadvantages. If we were able to negotiate a good deal on a 340XL we would be driving one today, like you say they are definately hard to come by. We waited on our couch for 4 months. Good luck with your Dyna quest! Barry
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That's awesome, we will let you know how things go from our end, we both are very excited.

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Old 08-30-2012, 09:07 AM   #21
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Congratulations on a great looking rig! We probably should have started a little smaller, but it's been almost a year and have no complaints.

Travel safe and have a great time!
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