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Old 07-07-2010, 09:20 AM   #1
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Smile hello from Pasco, WA.

Hi to everyone!

I'm new to the RV world. 14 months ago I did'nt know a
Class C from a Class A. I studied the forums, lived on
Craigs list, asked questions at RV shows and worried alot.

I will be 68 very soon and not sure if I'm up to it, but I'll
do my best. It sure is wide!

I just bought a 2000 Flair, 30t with real nice exterior and
interior. It was tough to find a nice one on my buget. It's
easy if one has alot of money. My main gripe is that one
really has to stand on the brakes to stop. Never driven one
before. Normal?
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Old 07-07-2010, 10:18 AM   #2
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I'm a year older than you, Fred, and we're just getting re-started after 7 years without an RV. I'm hoping to get at least 10 years on the rig. We found an 02 Georgetown 325 for a very good price. Should be able to go and get it on Saturday.

I drove it about 15 miles before we decided to buy it and I didn't find the brakes to be an issue. It's a Ford, with the V-10.

If yours is a Workhorse/Chevrolet, you might want to have someone take a look at the brakes. WH is having big problems with sticking pistons in the calipers. Check the Workhorse Chassis forum on here for more info. The problems were enough for me to eliminate Workhorse from consideration.
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