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Old 08-12-2013, 04:38 PM   #1
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hello from VT

New guy on the block! Just purchased a new Thor Chateau 24c and drove it home last week. Has the v10 Triton with the Ford E350 chassis. Had previously had a FR 210 with the GM 6.0. Lots of differences to get used to for sure. So I will have a bunch of ? as we go along. Looks like this is the place to find the answers!
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Welcome to irv2. Congrats on the new RV. Pics please.
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Old 08-12-2013, 04:57 PM   #3
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from NH. As Cliff said we'd love to see pictures of that new rig. Have safe, trouble free travels.
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Welcome to IRV2! It's great to have you join the bunch here!

Congrats on the new MH! Yep, this is the right place for a complete education in RV'ing! Enjoy the forum!

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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Congratulations! We just took a road trip from Fl. To Stowe VT. Beautiful country. Best wishes!
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Welcome to the forum. I always love to see the pics of the rigs too.
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Welcome to a fellow New Englander (Maine) and to the THOR family of motor homes. We have a Challenger on the Ford Chassis and just returned home to KY after spending 2 months in Maine. We often travel through your beautiful state on our way north. You are correct; this is the place to get answers to all (most) of your questions and the nicest people on the best forum! Don't forget to visit the Ford chassis forum for any questions related to your driveline. Again welcome and best wishes for many happy (s)miles!


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Old 08-14-2013, 05:54 AM   #11
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those new pics

I will try to post some pics of the 24c. So here goes.

Thanks for the warm welcome. Have already learned a few things from surfing around the site.

A little more background info. We started RVing 6 years ago and purchased a FR 21 foot mh. Bathroom was small and the only sleeping area was the dinette and the jack knife couch. We do long runs of 8 weeks to the west to see the "kids" in KY and in CA. After a few years of extended camping and road trips we began to get "worn out" with the up and down sleeping provisions not to mention the tightness of moving around in the coach.
The 24C answers all of our issues. So far it is looking very comfortable and still allows us the road freedom of moving around New England with ease (we go to ME often) and still maintain reasonable economies.

The acid test will come in a few weeks as we head out on our annual trip west. I fully expect this to be a great trip!
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