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Old 05-19-2015, 10:35 PM   #1
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Hello all and thanks for the great info. I pick up my first RV on Thursday. Thanks to the info on this forum I found insurance 50% less than my insurance company quoted and have learned a great deal as we start this new venture.
I have never driven, or even been in an RV until a couple weeks ago. We decided on a 2005 Newmar 37' DP.
I will likely be asking a lot of questions as we learn the ropes. First trip is going to be about 2 miles down the road to the closest RV park!
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Way to jump into it with 37 feet.
Good luck, take your time.
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Way to jump into it with 37 feet.
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Roxy,

there are a lot of friendly people on here that will be more than willing to help you work through any problems.
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I have never driven, or even been in an RV until a couple weeks ago. We decided on a 2005 Newmar 37' DP
Yep!!! We can relate. Our 1st. was/is a 37.5' Winney. And we never looked back!!!!!
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Welcome and congrats !!

May your new to you coach bring many years of happy memories !
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Welcome and congrats on your purchase. We did the same last month. Couldn't pass the deal up on our Dynasty !!

Great forum here...so ask away .....

Happy memories and safe travels !!
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Congrats on the new rig! Keep her between the ditches!

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Old 05-20-2015, 12:52 PM   #13
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Thanks MS. I looked at your post on flooring. Looks like it came out great. Probably one of the first upgrades i will do.
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Thanks to all for the warm welcome! I am replacing the 4 driver tires as they have been on the coach since new. Other than that I think we are ready to go! Pick up RV tomorrow and tires Friday. We have neighbors that are long time RVers and hope to get some good info from them as well.
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