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Old 09-18-2014, 07:17 AM   #1
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Who owns a 30' Lazy Daze?

I am about to look at a pre-owned ('01) 30' Lazy Daze. Any suggestions about what I need to look for/inspect on a Lazy Daze of that vintage?

Also, I would love to hear from some folks who own an older LD. How do you like the coach, in general? What would you add to your coach that is not already on it? Do you full-time in your coach or "part-time"???

Thanks in advance for your input!


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Old 09-19-2014, 08:40 AM   #2
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Hi Mel, I don't own a 30' but a 22' 1991 Lazy Daze.

They are strongly built and hold up well. Like any camper, you want to look for water leak damage. The Lazy Daze gets less leaks than others due to the one-piece aluminum roof (after 1990) and the way the windows are made and installed.

Also, over time, the bolts that hold the house to the frame can loosen so you'd want to make sure they're good and tight.

Lazy Daze don't use sliders so you have that whole set of problems eliminated.

I think the most things you need to be concerned with is the truck part of the camper. Brakes, transmission, tires. (especially tires - don't want old or cracked ones)

Lazy Daze owners are very proud and faithful to the brand.

You might also look into the Yahoo group: Life with A Lazy Daze RV: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/...azydazerv/info

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Old 09-19-2014, 08:48 AM   #3
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I would like to add that we are only using ours for weekend camping and local stuff right now as we still work. There are a lot of owners that full time and you can see a lot of them at Quartzsite Arizona every year.

On mine I have added a flat screen TV as it had none and I would like to install an in-dash stereo/Nav/Backup camera system. We also already have solar panels and the generator. I don't care about satellite TV.

The only thing I would change on mine is the way the rear couches make a bed. Ours has the old flip-up boards that you have to lay the table onto to make the bed.

The newer ones simply slide out and you pull down the cushions. I would like to change to that method.

Of course, our carpeting could be changed but the upholstery is surprisingly great shape for 23 years.

Lazy Daze don't creak or rattle and I don't have any wind noise problems like other Class C's I've used.
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We had a 2001 Lazy Daze bought new from maker in Montclair, Ca. We loved that Rv and once it left the manufacturer we never looked back. We had it for 11 years and never had a problem. I wanted slides so we traded for one with slides. If it had one thing we didn't like it would have been awning. Slightest breeze and we would have to roll up. Lazy Daze is a very well made coach.
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