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Old 11-25-2018, 07:47 PM   #1
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Hello from Arizona

Hello from the land of hot weather and no snow! My name is Jeff and am retired so have decided to hit the road and take in some sights I never had the time to see before. Is there a particulare brand thats better than others. Or rather less problem prone. I reapired many many RV's when I was a Diesel Mechanic and never saw a single fault that was prone to a particular manufacturer. The only things decided on is a diesel pusher and the need for a comfortable ride. I test drove so many of them that it got to where they all pretty much felt the same to me but you cant tell much on a short ride.

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Old 11-26-2018, 04:42 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forum Jeff!!!

One big decision down, hundreds to go. Everything is really going to come down to your needs, wants and don't wants. Some will say floor plan comes first, some will fixate on brands or chassis, some by price. It is all a trade off and if you are not travelling alone it will be more compromise.
Being a large car mechanic, no discussion as to driveline or chassis is needed.
The rest will come down to what best suits your needs and planned travelling agenda. You above many will probably be well happy with a little older coach and maybe a little older than that (Pre-DEF).
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