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Old 09-29-2018, 02:39 PM   #1
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Which Coach to go to for the next one?

Just discovered this forum. E Looks great. We have been RVing for 3 years now and we love it. We have a large family (8) so itís been a little challenge getting the right RV to fit our needs. We rented a c class for a week long vacation and while we loved it but we didnít like driving it - it was loud and not fun to drive IMHO. So we got a 35í TT because we had a big van with 3/4 ton engine that could hail 9k pounds. It was great but after a year we had to give it up for financial reasons. 9 months later we bought another TT - this was smaller (21í) and verry basic. It meant our needs but we needed more space. So we sold it back to the dealer and now we are looking for a coach. Itís a big investment for me so Iím loooing for any advise I can get. Thanks.
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Hi Danny! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

Hope you find the perfect rig for your family's needs!

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Welcome to IRV2! Check out RV.org. They rate RVs and have information on the selection and the dealing process
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A general rule is, a gas engine MH has more sleeping capacity than a diesel pusher MH. Although now DP's can be configured as bunkhouse models too.
Here is a list of known RV manufacturers, but the leg/computer work, only you can do.
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Welcome and good luck on the search.
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Finding room for 8 will be a challenge. We did it with four though.
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toy hauler trailers seem to be a good choice, they have lots of room(beds). You could look at those.
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