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Old 05-22-2016, 01:29 AM   #1
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2002 Gulfstream Ultra Supreme- Class C 30.5'

Hi- we are new to motorhoming and just purchased a Gulfstream Ultra 2002. It's disconcerting that Gulfstram no longer make motorhomes!

Anyone have experience with this motorhome? I really want seat covers for the driver and passenger seats but nothing appears made for seats with no headrest. Would love a suggestion for fitted seatcovers. And anything else I should know about this class C.

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Welcome to iRV2.

Sorry I can't help with your question, but I'm sure other members will be along, with some help and ideas, in the morning.
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Sorry I can't help with your question, but I'm sure other members will be along, with some help and ideas, in the morning.
Thanks Skip!!!
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I checked out Seat Covers Unlimited last winter. They have all kinds of styles that should fit all vehicles. Call them if you do not see what you want.
Here is a link to their styles.
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I have a 1998 Gulf Stream Ultra 31'. Only surprises I've seen is how heavy they are! I suggest you weigh yours and adjust load arrangements and tire pressures accordingly.

I bought mine 2 years ago and have had no problems.
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Wow Eddard thanks for letting me know. What is your floorplan like? And where do you weigh it?
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Old 06-07-2016, 02:44 PM   #7
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Gulf Stream is making motorhomes again. We just purchased a 2016 Conquest 6237.
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Wow Eddard thanks for letting me know. What is your floorplan like? And where do you weigh it?
Queen bed in the back, shower and toilet sink, kitchen and couch/jackknife bed on a slider. Theoretically sleeps 8, but two need to be "small".

It was originally purchased new in Alaska and migrated south, luckily all the paperwork and owners manuals came with it.

I weighed it at what we call a Transfer Station, which is a solid waste disposal station. When I weighed it, it was fully loaded for a camping trip. Turned out that it was 200 pounds over maximum on the rear axle and 400 pounds under maximum on the front axle. That's the reason I suggest you weigh yours and possibly move whatever weight you can towards the front. It came in at 14,200 pounds total.
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