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Old 05-06-2013, 11:08 AM   #15
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Would complain about having no place to store all the money in the world if it were given to them.

Personally, I think this site is one of the best. I came over from the Montana Owners Board and that one is a hard act to follow.

99.97% helpful. As long as you don't mention politics, religion, computer operating systems, or refrigerators!

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Old 05-06-2013, 01:06 PM   #16
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I find this to be the most helpful forum for RV'ers that is currently available.
I won't mention names or anything like that; but this one beats out the "other" big site hands down.
Very helpful for almost any issue you can come up with, friendly, a breeze to navigate and always available when I get myself in a pickle with my coach.
What more can you ask for?

I've certainly learned more on here and from talking to folks I've met on here than I could have ever learned on my own or anywhere else for that matter.
Pitiful? I DON'T THINK SO.
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:20 PM   #17
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We don't gear the site towards any specific group.

Maybe us motorhome owners have a lot to say!

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I find this forum geared alittle more towards the MH crowd, but there is still a wealth of information to be found here. Seems that the majority of members are more than happy to try and help you with a problem. I have reccommended it to many. I like the idea of being a supporter to help offset blocking the ads.
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:50 PM   #19
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This is the best I was new 6 years ago didn't know any thing. Guess what all you have to do is ask you get help
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Old 05-06-2013, 04:50 PM   #20
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I have a Tee shirt that says "Retired, knows alot about everything and has plenty of time to tell you all about it" Now what is it you wanted to know about being Pitiful?
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Old 05-06-2013, 05:46 PM   #21
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I find this forum geared alittle more towards the MH crowd, but there is still a wealth of information to be found here. Seems that the majority of members are more than happy to try and help you with a problem. I have reccommended it to many. I like the idea of being a supporter to help offset blocking the ads.
Nah! Maybe the motorhomers (is that a word?) just may be more active than some of the others. There's a specialized section for every interest and general forums for everyone as a wad. Just wade in. But then, maybe more motorhomers are retired and have the time to spend filling up the pages of the forum.
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I find this forum geared alittle more towards the MH crowd, but there is still a wealth of information to be found here. Seems that the majority of members are more than happy to try and help you with a problem. I have reccommended it to many. I like the idea of being a supporter to help offset blocking the ads.
I gave that some thought some years back, you are right, because motor homes are so much more complicated than towables they require much more attention and maintenance; thus more exchange of information on the website.
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I think this is a great site, and have received valuable information. Sometimes, there will be a question from someone that makes experienced owners wonder if the person has any sense. However, we were all newbys once, and need to acknowledge that every RV owner is at a different stage in their journey. As an example, ask me how I learned about ground clearance to the black water valve on a 1983 Winnebago Chieftain...
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I for one love this site its very helpful being in the beginning stage of my RV'ing life , Still wet behind the ears lol .I just got my 2000 Bounder and yes I have to learn real quick how to fix some things little minor things but the group here has helped me fix what ever i had too.I do my daily surfing thru here to pick up little bits of info. on everything i can and found out that there is no a really stupid question to ask for everyone has been there done that. This is like my extended family that I was stationed with in the Army , that look out for each other. Thats my 2 cents....................
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This is one Excellent Forum!
When i started researching RV's about this time last year. I did not know a lot about the RV Community let alone a trailer. I've been told in the past by heresay the RV Commuity are a wonderful group. Well, i must have two Tablets of paper full of notes about everything from the better FW Trailers to Truck Campers and Class A and C Coaches and how to care for them. Conducting Pre-Inspection, what to look for on possible RV buys. I now have to go back and better Organize my notes.
Talk with You all Later.

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