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Old 10-28-2021, 11:01 AM   #43
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It looks like youíre all set, but for future reference, you can get into some places easier if you back in. We were at a festival once and couldnít get into a place forward, but easily backed in. Same with my C-Max car. It has a terrible turning radius requiring me to back into parking spots at times.

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Update: Yesterday we were able to test drive a 2015 Fleetwood Excursion 35E diesel which is actually 37 feet long. Our driver pulled it in the first time with room to spare. We went down the drive to our house where we have a ĎTí in the drive to the garage. With only a 2 point maneuver the coach was turned around ready to head out. (Thanks Isaac) It was close to the keypad post coming in and going out (tailswing), but the turn seemed easy with extra clearance front and back. Many thanks to all, this helped a lot! We are still looking at the 2017 Tiffin 32SA, but that Excursion diesel was nice. Again thanks, now we know for sure we can proceed. Hank
Great News! Except now.....break out the old check book. LOL
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Dfuelman do you think I can get away with a go fund me for a motorhome? Ha.
I think my budget is blown and I havenít signed anything yet. Hank
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A DP with IFS, like the New Aire or our Tiffin Alegro Bus 37AP, will have a significantly better turn radius than any DP with a solid front axle. I've done 2 point U turns in oversize 2 lane streets (ah, just to see if I can).
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Dfuelman do you think I can get away with a go fund me for a motorhome? Ha.
I think my budget is blown and I havenít signed anything yet. Hank
Folks have gotten away with far worse on go fund me, I'm sure. LOL

Your Goose is cooked, now that the Bride knows it will fit in the driveway, just remember "Yes, Dear" and you will be fine.

I would recommend a Country Coach if you can find one to your liking, extremely well built and they have an awesome reputation. I own an '01 Intrigue.
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