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Old 06-13-2013, 03:04 PM   #15
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I'll start a new thread for you, Engraver.

I haven't even got her home yet ... hoping this weekend. I have to get it out of the former owners place by the 26th. We'll definitely be doing some updating, but it's super clean the way it is.

On another note, I called Triple E today and got put in touch with someone knowledgeable about the chassis' used. Just waiting for a call back. I'm actually heading to Winkler, MB tomorrow and may stop in there.
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Old 06-13-2013, 03:29 PM   #16
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Thread is here in the Vintage area of the forum:

1981 Triple E Micmac IV "Class C"
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Old 09-27-2013, 05:54 PM   #17
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We are looking at the Triple E Regency GT as a possible downsizing solution from our 34-foot diesel pusher. We bought the diesel for power, as we tow a Jeep and travel over the Rockies regularly. If you've driven across Canada, you've put your Triple E through its paces.....how was the power in the Ford F-450? And, what sort of fuel economy are you getting?
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Old 09-27-2013, 06:17 PM   #18
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Oh No! Upon reading other websites, it appears the Regency will no longer be produced with the F-450 chassis/V-10 engine. So my question might be a mute point, but still curious! Really like the look of these units, plus their all-weather construction.
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Old 09-27-2013, 06:32 PM   #19
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We are looking at the Triple E Regency GT as a possible downsizing solution from our 34-foot diesel pusher. We bought the diesel for power, as we tow a Jeep and travel over the Rockies regularly. If you've driven across Canada, you've put your Triple E through its paces.....how was the power in the Ford F-450? And, what sort of fuel economy are you getting?
We have the Regency 29 GT and tow a 2010 Jeep Wrangler. We live in North Florida and have towed thru out N. Carolina, Georgia and Tenn. The mileage has varied between 8-10 with an average of 9 mpg. Since the elevation in the Rockies is somewhat higher, I would imagine you would be on the low end of the scale. Power has not been an issue to date, but we will probably head out west next year which will be the real test.

As far the Regency goes, we have been very pleased with the quality and have not experienced the problems that a lot of others have experienced with other brands that I've read about on this forum. We feel that that this is the right size coach for us (two people and a golden retriever). We looked long and hard to find our Regency and feel we made the right choice. Let me know if I can help with any other questions you might have.
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Old 05-12-2017, 07:29 AM   #20
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I am purchasing a new to me 2013 Regency GT 29-need more room than my Libero LTV provides... although I have love my Libero. Just wanting to get some feed back from folks who already have one as to issues to look for before taking delivery and also has anyone had solar installed for boondocking. Is the factory installed inverter sufficient. Any suggestions for dealer installation before taking deleivery? Any issues with the slides? Will be towing a Jeep Wrangler which my Libero handled just fine and expect the Regency will also. Thanks for any feedback. I also tried to access the Triple E Owners forum in this site but was unsuccessful. Is there an active one and is there any trick to accessing? Thanks John
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