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Old 01-28-2012, 04:27 PM   #1
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Hello to everyone, i am a newbie and i am looking to purchase a class C bunk house mainly for weekends. I have narrowed my choices to Jayco greyhawk, Coachman freelander, thor fourwinds and Fleetwood Tiago. I have been looking at these MH for a almost a year now and i can't decide, there are mixed reviews about all of these coaches online. Can some one please advise me to the pro and cons of these MHs,if you own any of these coaches tell me what you love or hate about them, as i said before i am a newbie and any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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My preference would be fro a Winnebago or a Jayco over the others for quality. Thor products would rate at the bottom of the list.


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Old 01-28-2012, 09:09 PM   #4
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We own a Jayco Greyhawk 31SS and love it. Before we purchased we rented a Fleetwood Tiago and it served us well. Before we purchased our Jayco we had chosen a Winnebago but at the PDI we discovered a major leak from the rooftop A/C unit. It was a brand new RV and the dealer was going to repair the damage, but we passed on the motorhome and bought the Jayco. So make sure you check out the RV before you buy it. Good luck shopping.
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living in the northwest I had to steer away from those brands due to how many used MH's had roof leaks. The rubber sheeting does not hold up well in my climate conditions. Depending on where you live maybe that should factor into your choice
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I had a tioga, new off the lot, before lemonwood g it back. The fit and finish on my new Jayco greyhawk is much better. We gave up some outside storage room, but are much happier with the jayco.
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Had a Four Winds (not happy)- traded for a Jayco 31SS (happy now) DW happy now. Life is good. Any model any day will have issues - dealership and warranty matter a WHOLE bunch

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