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Old 01-27-2006, 10:44 PM   #1
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My HB and I are soon to be semi-retired travelers not sure about F/T yet but cautiously anxious to get out on the road. We are hoping to get the OK on our interior requirements for a new "Fred" chassis with a Tiffin Allegro Bay 38TDB. We have enjoyed our Trailer greatly but are looking forward to the many benefits of a Class A and "ease of leave" I see Class A owners enjoying when it's time to hit the road. HB is a soon to be retired Diesel Mechanic and is looking forward to adding another Cummins to the fleet
Well, I'll be reading and absorbing as much as possible to make our next purchase/pick up as pleasant as possible. It has been a relief to have a mechanic so close at hand though on many an occasion, and seems a shame to cut loose of our Trailer now that we have all the bugs worked out! Thanks for a great Forum!
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Hello RVers,

My HB and I are soon to be semi-retired travelers not sure about F/T yet but cautiously anxious to get out on the road. We are hoping to get the OK on our interior requirements for a new "Fred" chassis with a Tiffin Allegro Bay 38TDB. We have enjoyed our Trailer greatly but are looking forward to the many benefits of a Class A and "ease of leave" I see Class A owners enjoying when it's time to hit the road. HB is a soon to be retired Diesel Mechanic and is looking forward to adding another Cummins to the fleet
Well, I'll be reading and absorbing as much as possible to make our next purchase/pick up as pleasant as possible. It has been a relief to have a mechanic so close at hand though on many an occasion, and seems a shame to cut loose of our Trailer now that we have all the bugs worked out! Thanks for a great Forum!
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rvsayne, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us here and look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. You will find we are a group of fun loving RVers that like to help each other where we can. Good luck and congratulations on the "Fred"/Tiffin rig. I am sure you will enjoy it as much as you will this site. Let us know when you have picked it up; maybe even post some photos!
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rvsayne, Welcome to the IRV2 website, if the forum can be of any help please feel free to ask. Ed.S
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Thank you for the Welcome IRV2 especially Mike, Ed, and Ken. My Hb and I have thoroughly enjoyed all of the RVers we have met on the road and look forward to adding to the adventures very soon. Will definatley post pics! Thank you again for making us feel welcome.
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