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Old 12-15-2013, 09:51 PM   #1
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Dynamax owners?

OK..picked up my new used 2009 dynamax Dynaquest 34XL. Compared to driving my class A Monaco this was a dream, Monaco being a tuna boat and the Dynaquest being a sports car, big difference. Engine noise will take some getting used to however. First, where do you fill the dynamax with fresh water? Second, on my Monaco there was a way to select the amperage when plugged into shore power. For example, when plugged into a garage recepticle you could scroll thru the monitor so the coach wouldn't try yo pull too much amperage.. Set it at 20 amps and not pop a house breaker. With the dynamax I don't see that. Eventually I will figure this out but it is winter in the Midwest and I haven't had a weekend to fiddle yet. All this Bose stuff seems complicated. Awesome coach....different than my Diplomat, but awesome!
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Old 12-17-2013, 06:14 PM   #2
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Congratulations on your 2009 Dynaquest 340XL. You will love it. I've only been RVing for year and a half. I started with a 2010 Dynaquest 300SL and then traded up to a 2013 Dynaquest 340 XL. I love everything about the 340XL. To fill the fresh water tank on my rig there is a faucet inside the bay that contains the power reel, water hose reel, sewer connection, etc.. The faucet is labeled fresh water tank fill. I just turn that faucet while connected to water hookup and the tank fills. Once the tank is completely filled there is an overflow hose to the outside below the coach. Barry Andrew, Pace, Florida
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Thanks. Was looking for a gravity fill. Thanks again
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Old 12-21-2013, 07:06 AM   #4
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Yeah, the entertainment equip to me is a complete mystery, but I still need step by step DVD instructions in my house
Congrats on the new Dynamax.
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Cliffs are you on the Dynamax forum on yahoo? It is a great resource for technical questions on your rig.
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Didn't know one existed. I will look it up. Thanks
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It's not a particularly active forum but the folks really know these rigs in and out. The archived conversations are a treasure trove.
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Hey, it's nice to here from another Dynamax owner. I just took delivery on my coach three weeks ago (new/used). Here are some pics, and I am still trying to figure it all out also.
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Rodie: What an absolutely gorgeous coach, makes me want to run out and buy one.
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Old 12-23-2013, 04:09 PM   #10
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Very nice rodie!
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fuel

do you have an idea what milage you may be getting with something like that?thanks
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Our 26 footer gets 12mpg when we can run him in 6th. One time we were going thru a much slower hywy construction situation and we averaged about 9.
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With all the cold weather I have not had a chance to take a "trip" yet. Just took delivery and drove it home; about 100 miles. They say it should get 8-10 mpg?

The other factor is that I will be towing a trailer (28' enclosed) approximately 11,000- 12,000 pounds (loaded). They say you will not see much difference, but we will see.

As soon as the weather breaks we will take our first overnight short trip, to learn the systems.
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Cliffs are you on the Dynamax forum on yahoo? It is a great resource for technical questions on your rig.
i tried to find that group do you know if it is on facebook also?
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