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Old 06-15-2016, 09:20 AM   #1
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I am considering the purchase of my first RV. It is a 2013 Coachman CB19 with only 3015 miles on it. I am concerned about the stability of the unit in strong winds. Is the short wheelbase a big concern?
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Old 06-15-2016, 10:11 AM   #2
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Wheel base shouldn't be any problem.

A small MH has advantages over the larger ones, We owned a 21ft micro-mini before getting the Mirada.

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You can fit them in just about anywhere you can put a full size auto. gas mileage is a little better (not much), etc

We had a rule,: one sitter and one doer. Two people couldn't move around at the same time, so one had to sit while the other did things. :-)

An interesting note, our 30ft Mirada has almost exactly the same equipment as our old Toyhouse, very basic, but functional, and a large queen size bed vs the overhead bunks.
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