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Old 02-03-2013, 12:08 PM   #1
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Question Thor Windsport 32E

Hello All, Just sold our 30' Coachman trailer & looking for a pre-owned motorhome. We like the 32' THOR Windsport. It looks perfect for just my wife , myself, and our two rescue "fur-robots" (Fonzi and Chachi). My RV garage is 39' long so we want to stay around 32-34'. Any input on the Windsport 32E, the Ford Chassis, or the 362 HP Triton-2 Engine is appreciated.

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Old 02-03-2013, 01:27 PM   #2
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I've owned an 06 Hurricane 32D going on my third summer season. The coach has never let me down. The Windsport line is a step up in general trim level from the Hurricane but otherwise not much different overall. As your first class A the Windsport is a good choice. Not overly complicated house systems and the Ford chassis is pretty much bullet proof. Watch the roof sealant around the front/rear caps, sky light and such particularly if the past owners either never resealed or just kept adding sealant. Bigger the glob better the job isn't something you want.

So far my only upgrades have been a 32" HDTV, the cheap Handling fix (do a search here on irv2 for details), new rear sway bar bushings and I added hydraulic jacks.

Good luck with whatever coach you choose to go with but the Windsport would be a good choice.

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Old 02-03-2013, 11:16 PM   #3
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Thanks for input on the Windsport line. We would have a pre-buy done when we find the right coach, including the roof. Taking our time & not in a hurry......Gary & Suzy Bennett
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thats what we have and its 5 years old and its been a good unit. it rides great and just does everything good. ford chassis is great and ours has the 22" tires and maybe that makes it ride smooth.
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