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Old 07-19-2011, 07:23 AM   #1
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Saw your coach being washed at CW last week as I pulled my ACE around out of storage. Your the only other ACE that I've seen. Assuming you visit this forum lets visit. Didn't want to use your full license # in case you were oppossed.

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Originally Posted by ToledoCharli View Post
Your the only other ACE that I've seen....
ToledoCharli, Do you have a pet and do you use the dog bowl drawer under the fridge.

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Old 07-20-2011, 06:43 AM   #3
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Not had the new coach out yet as I did not have a spare tire. Fortunately, out of curiosity to see how much trouble a road service company would have finding my size tire I checked around and found out my tire is on national backorder(continental-HSR225 70R 19.5) So a service would probably still have me down and out with no available tire. Any how, I should have new tire tomorrow and can plan on finally feeling like we can get out and travel. OH yea, your question about dog bowl etc, yes we have a dog (a catahoola) who so far has turned her nose up at everything in the motorhome but did drink from her water bowl. Not real sure how truly functional it will be if moving.
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Hi ToledoCharli, we use portable water bowel on the road. When parked the drawer system would be nice for one dog but with two Labradors it would be a mess.Please tell us more about you A.C.E., we're looking for the 29.2.
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Bad-1. No manual 2. CW personnel not famaliar with ACE.
Good- 1. Beats tent camping 2. Everything appears to work so by and large THORS attention to QC is adequate (minor issues, locks, seals, at least to date)3. Interior components functional for entry level price point MH. Hopefully this "entry level" coach will last our RV'ing lifetime(or not). 4. Storage is excellent 5. Cockpit- Seats are nice although still trying to find that most comfortable position and with slide-out can't lean seat back when travelling 6. Gauge locations good. 7. Love the windshield 8. Will like the front electronics table.
9. Space enough for dog to lie in front of passenger seat with DW seated there also. 10. Was concerned about amount of heat coming up through floorboards in Texas heat, but is only minimally noticeable. Relevant because I saw lots of OLDER posts reporting on lots of heat from this area in some RV's. 11. Acceleration is excellent. 12. I have and love the side and rear camera's. 13. Driveability at this point is good. Large vehicles passing me are noticeable but not a distraction. I can see where heavy wind could be very tough. 14. Overall, very happy especially with under 70K price point.
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