You will find several owners here
It does cost to join. If you do buy the D. You can get a lot of help that had done that fix already.
During my inspection of the coach I didn't notice water damage around the windows or repairs in these areas. However we had some pretty significant rain around here a day before I looked at the coach and the drivers side window (which is dual pane) had moisture between the pane. The guy said this is very common with the dual pane and no really a issue and drys out clear after a couple days? Is he full of it?
Yes he is full of it. That window fogging is a problem with several
makes and models of RV's.
Cost to repair at a couple places is around $200 a window. Replacing the whole window can be up to around $400
Tires are your call. Some say replace at 5 years, they have a lot of money. Others say 6 some 7 and Michelin says they may make it to 10 years.
My G670's are now 6 years old with no cracks and I'm going for 10 with them. But I know how they have been taken care of.
Brakes should go 100,000K and better. Use the exhaust brake most of the time.
Guy just replaced all the batteries on the coach since the unit has been sitting for the last year and the batteries no longer take a charge.
Batteries may still be good. The Inverter/charger will not charge the batteries up if they are below 10.5V and a portable charger will be needed to bring them up to around 13V then the inverter/charger will keep them charged up when plugged into shore power.
Unlike some MH's the charger on the D does charge both house & chassis from shore power.
The ISB should give you 10 + MPG.
My average for over 8 years is 10.23 MPG
It should also have a energy management system in the house 120V. You can run both AC on 30 AMP with it. Turn the micro on and 1 AC will auto cut off until micro done. Then the AC will start auto again. No worry about tripping breakers.
On edit I forgot. You can see the brake linings from the back side without taking any hubs off.