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Old 11-07-2017, 04:12 PM   #1
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2002 Georgie Boy 2950

Just wanted to see if any one has any info on 2002 Georgie boy 2950. looking at buying one in what seems like good condition and looking for any background info I should be aware of.

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We had a 1999 Georgie boy 29 footer on the F-53 chasis. It was our first camper of any type. Bought it used in 03 or so. No slides or anything so it got a bit cramped with the 3 kids, wife and dog. Also it was downright terrifying to drive stock on interstates when TT's and buses passed us. Pushed us on the shoulder everytime. Made for an exhausting drive for the driver (me). I put new Koni shocks, a steer safe in the front and a pan hard bar in the back and it stiffened up the ride considerably but was still a bumpy bear to drive. Not sure if any improvements were made in 2002 or not drive-ability wise. We moved into a 37 footer and the mere fact that the wheel base is quite a bit longer I haven't had to add any steering or handling upgrades. Not to mention a 37 footer is quite a bit heavier then a 29 footer.

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Old 11-08-2017, 06:03 PM   #3
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I had a 2001 Landau with a Ford chassis and had no complaints about the handling etc. The coach was made of chip board and was deteriorating very fast and I kept it for only 11 months. Check the cabinet and cupboard drawers and while the drawer fronts and cupboard doors are oak,the rest is chipboard if it is like the unit I had.
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