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Old 11-24-2012, 07:51 PM   #85
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Old 11-25-2012, 10:17 PM   #86
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2000 HR Endeavor DP Freightliner Chassis 330HP Cat here. Been a great motorhome (except that darn generator slinging the magnets). I now have a leaky dash heater core to repair when I get home.

Anyone else with a HR have noisy floors. In some places, mine sounds like the layers of flooring have separated.

I agree with AHICKS that having an online place for HR motorhome owners to hang out would be good. There is the Monacoers section, but the majority of posts there relate to later Monaco products.

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Old 11-26-2012, 08:51 AM   #87
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That's really not a bad group Fred, and the Diplomats are identical to the Endeavors? Quite a few other HR owners hang out there as well - more than you might think at first glance? Lot's of good info exchanged there, and it being the only HR source I know of, it sure beats nothing?
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:00 AM   #88
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This is our soon to be home. Lots of remodel to do inside, the outside would be too expensive to redo.
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:11 AM   #89
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There is a big HR owners club that is one of the biggest and most active of the brand based clubs. You should be able to find it by Googling "419 club" or "Rambling Pushers".
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Old 11-26-2012, 08:14 PM   #90
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That's really not a bad group Fred, and the Diplomats are identical to the Endeavors? Quite a few other HR owners hang out there as well - more than you might think at first glance? Lot's of good info exchanged there, and it being the only HR source I know of, it sure beats nothing?
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I totally agree with what you're saying. My comment is based on not many posts relating to HR Endeavor's built on the Freightliner chassis. Certainly not a "bad group".

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If I already haven't said it, I have HOLIDAY RAMBLER ENDEAVOR, 2000 model freightliner chassis. Every time we take it out, I am excited and pleased about our choice. I'm sure FORETRAVEL, Or another high line coach might be nice, but I love the ride and handling of this coach. It is solid, only one rattle,(the entrance door at a certain speed) other than that, comfortable, roomy and trouble free so far. What more can you ask for.

When driving, no engine noise, when sleep with Genny on, no noise. LIFE IS GOOD!
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Only 16,000 miles on an Ambasador 40' DFT. This is our 3rd MH, and love this one. 03 Bounder 38' then a 05 Travel Supreme 38'. Was not plannning on buying one at the Hershey Show, but....... Decided that life is too short, kids do not need an inheratance, and are doing better than me at their age! Love traveling and plan on more. Heading to Florida for 3-4 months, and then West for 2-3 months. Long Island was hit pretty hard with SANDY, and just want to get away!!
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Ours is a 1997 Endeavor 38 .... it's keeping me busy !!

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Old 11-29-2012, 06:00 PM   #94
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We purchased our unit in February 2012. We are the third owners. Had only 18000 miles on it. We had new tires put on it, had it inspected and hit the road in March...returned home in Sept. We had the unit checked out in California (half way on our trip , everything was fine). decided it was what we wanted to do, so we started cleaning out the house...lots of fun?? Anyhow, house is now listed and we are staying in the Admiral until the middle of December and then taking off to Florida for the winter, then Yellowstone....and beyond.
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Had a 06 Endeavor PAQ sold it in spring of 2010 (someone got one heck of a sweet deal) so that I could get my current garage unit. Often wonder how the HR is running and all.
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My New purchase..

We began to look for a RV early this summer..My wife had a Kidney transplant and we wanted something we could pull a trailer behind to hold our Harleys...

So we drove a bunch of used models ..almost bought a 35 ft Georgie Boy...but then this sweet 36 Ft Endeavor (gas) came to me in a message from a dealership...

One owner...48,000 miles and in nice condition...

Been working on it and making it as perfect as I can..did a 200 mile run on it last weekend..all ok and got 9 mpg doing 60-65 mph..

Will be heading to Sturgis next summer..
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I have a 2001 Navigator with a 500 hp cummins and a tag. I bought it in Arizona and flew down and drove it back to gods country (Minnesota).
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[QUOTE="Fades;1395368"]I have a 2001 Navigator with a 500 hp cummins and a tag. I bought it in Arizona and flew down and drove it back to gods country (Minnesota). I pull a Buick Enclave that I dingy tow or a enclosed 18' trailer with my Veloster in it.
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