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Old 08-30-2015, 09:43 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Scarab0088 View Post
#1 Best Selling means they sold more motorhomes than any other maker. Pretty simple.
And the #1 Best Selling Class A is the ACE. Nice RV's, by the way.

Quality is another discussion. Thor sells more RV's, so even with the exact same % of problems as another builder the number would also grow.

And, they ALL have problems. Like, we were neighbors to a brand new ShowHauler in Jackson WY last spring and he was telling me about fit and finish issues after 2 months on the road
I could only smile since he was so very interested in our, then 7 year old Class A toy hauler - with no problems. Of course, the Outlaw always draws attension with the big ol' garage in the back .

Finally...those Class 8 truck conversions are BEAUTIFUL! And no Super C can hope to compete.
So - apples to apples (similar GVWR and GCWR) I submit the FourWinds and Chateau Super C's offers a whole lot for a major price point advantage.

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Old 08-31-2015, 11:37 AM   #16
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Avoid THOR by all means. Spend a few more bucks, you'll save in the long run and avoid massive aggravation dealing with shoddy workmanship and poor quality.


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Old 08-31-2015, 11:57 AM   #17
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Owners are reporting Winnie is having MAJOR issues with the Schwintek slide drive system as well as electrical and plumbing problems too...should we avoid that maker too?

And, what's the Winnebago offering for the Super C segment market?

What to do, what to do

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