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Old 06-04-2016, 08:20 AM   #15
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Pictures or it didn't happen!!! Well someone had to say it.
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Old 06-04-2016, 08:27 AM   #16
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Go with the one that you like the best. By best you should look at the floor plan that fits your needs the closest.

If in doubt purchase both and use on alternate days!!! LOL
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Miniwinnie class C ,lower miles and two entrance doors in cab, very good. Most class As only one door. I've had both.
My Valkyrie is a '99 IS with 100k+ mi. Best bike I've had(even counting the BMW Earles forks!).

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Old 06-07-2016, 03:30 PM   #18
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The Minnie Winnie is home, safe and sound. Working on sanitizing the water system (it's only been connected to City water for time) and some minor repairs. And everything is very dust.

Otherwise, so far so good.
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The Minnie Winnie is home, safe and sound. Working on sanitizing the water system (it's only been connected to City water for time) and some minor repairs. And everything is very dust.

Otherwise, so far so good.
I think you made the best choice. Winnebago will be around a long time if you need parts. We are looking at a 1994 Winnebago Vector Class A but that's one of the factors I am looking at...future needs as far as parts and service.
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I found that Winnebago is extremely responsive if you email them with questions or looking for parts.
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Yes they are, When I bought my first Class C three years ago it came with zero manuals, they knew everything that was installed in my coach and sent manuals on all of it. When I wanted to move the rear view camera from above the bumper to above the rear window they sent pdf's of the cad drawings so I knew where to drill without hitting any wires.
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