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Old 03-28-2009, 05:12 PM   #1
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Hello from South Louisiana, I am a newbie and lovin it so far. Bought the RV for business (as an excuse anyway) but look forward to it on the weekends. For work of course! So much too learn, so little time. Bought an 09 Damon Tuscany 4051 and picking it up on weds. Although I think I made the right choice this time! Not knowing anything and trying to beat the end of year tax breaks I bought an 08 Four Winds Magellan 36R. It is a good MH BUT I am too ltall for it. At 6'3", there just was not enough room to adjust the seat for driving and felt like I was crawling out of my skin after 3 hours. So in the short time of 3 months, I have learned a VERY VALUABLE AND EXPENSIVE Lesson....RESEARCH, RESEARCH, RESEARCH!!!
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Congrats on your new camper and welcome to the forum. My brother is 6'7", so I know what you're talking about -- he can't physically drive my class C because the driver's seat doesn't move back enough.
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