Originally Posted by Perry White
Just my opinion. but 45ft'r is 50 HP lite, Black tank too big, fresh water too small, fuel tank 50gals short and two 20,000 btu won't get it in the heat. Should of put it on a Spartan.
Plus, them couches don't look comfortable.
Sorry, my bad I see they have two basement furnaces and 3 roof tops. The heatpumps are optional. Aqua-hot option would be nice.
heat pumps should be standard agreed,
i have one 36000 btu in my 40 foot tuscany.....having two would solve OMG its hot back here syndrome.
but our floorplan sort of limits a space to put another heater....until this year i think i solved it and if we dont trade..i am doing it
chassis are chassis, they get built on a spec by what the upfitter wants
f/l, spartan and the others build to meet customer requirements and price point...
45 ft on a f/l or other i would think would meet the needs,
our fresh water tank is toooooo big 100 gallons is nuts
we carry about 1/3rd
they should have upped the gray tank capacity imo
or use a 50 gallon fresh tank and use the free lower space for a nice BBQ on slides
I think auqua hot would put them in a price point to maybe run off a few buyers
I used to use tiffin as a comparator for my tuscany
however some new friend sof mine have a 07 phaeton and after having to help them solve some inverter operating issues, i have a sour taste in the way the 120 volt wiring was not secured around the inverter, as its in an open space in the basement and could easily be hit by your head or anything , and possibly put you in harms way for a zapping.
but i like the interior layout and creature features,
HP/TQ you can never have enough
quality to me is right for the price point provided you dont pay anywhere near msrp
my worries is the long slide and weight it brings to the table with the ancillary gear needed to move the slide effectively and evenly.