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Old 05-19-2012, 11:37 PM   #15
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The reason I suggested renting a class C was because you will not find hardly any class A rigs for rent.
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Thanks for all the advice, there's a lot to digest. I'll be back with more questions!
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get rid of the cats
Hmm not a cat lover I see. But not an option,
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Old 05-21-2012, 12:22 AM   #19
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Ok, real newbie question here. Can you get a decent shower in a MH?
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Old 05-21-2012, 05:57 PM   #20
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Ok, real newbie question here. Can you get a decent shower in a MH?
Funny you should ask...I just installed the Oxygenics shower head in my unit. I am looking forward to trying it out on our trip over the holiday. Did a small test with the water pump. It looks like it will live up to all the hype. I'll have to let you know after a real test run. Meanwhile, do a search in this forum on Oxygenics and you'll see why I decided to give it a try!
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Funny you should ask...I just installed the Oxygenics shower head in my unit. I am looking forward to trying it out on our trip over the holiday. Did a small test with the water pump. It looks like it will live up to all the hype. I'll have to let you know after a real test run. Meanwhile, do a search in this forum on Oxygenics and you'll see why I decided to give it a try!
I'll check it out, thanks. BTW, I can't seem to find any threads in the GMC MH, I've seen a 23' that's looks great but I've no idea how reliable they are.
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depends on where you want to go. If all you want to do is go up to a lake for the weekend, get it as big as you can afford, so it is comfortable. If you want to travel then try to get 34' or under. most of the National parks limit the size of Motorhomes and there are length restrictions on most of the mountain passes in the Rockies. If you want to go to the mountains, and/or tow a toad behind you a diesel pusher is almost a must. It will have the torgue you will need. A Cummins diesel is way better than a Caterpillar. Cummins has way more grunt than any other diesel. There are going to be a bunch of people who are going to tell you that there is no difference. I own both, and the only thing the Caterpillar has over the Cummins is that it is quieter, and that is because it does not have the raw power of the Cummins. Get yourself an exit guide from a truck stop store. It will tell you what is available at every interstate exit in the US. Get aquainted with Walmart stores, buy their Road Atlases, they are cheap and they tell you where ever store is in the USA. If you ever need a place to stay in the middle of the night, most Walmarts are very friendly toward RVers.
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