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Old 11-25-2020, 04:12 PM   #1
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Potential change of how I RV

Hi,

Currently we use our 38 ft workhorse gas pusher for about 50-60 nights a year, split between week long and long weekends.

Due to Covid we both have worked remote since March.

We are 10 years from retirement but as we will problay be remote 3 days a week we are looking to move to a lake house within 90 mins from work.

Plan will be to spend 1 night a week where I work.

For the summer we will be at the lake most of the time and take the rv for 2 week trips three times a year and then some long weekends. We would take a month long trip at xmas. Figure 80 nights a year.

Current have a 2008 38ft Workhorse UFO gas pusher and jeep wrangler toad.

I am perfectly happy to stay with my same setup, just want to make sure I am not missing a rv type which may serve me better.

Any thoughts?

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From your current life style I would say you have it covered.
You may wish to up grade as you get closer to retirement and you wish to travel more or less.
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Thanks Xmcdog,

I am sure I am covered :-)

I would move to a 4x4 Diesel super c :-)
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Old 11-26-2020, 05:59 AM   #4
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Now that sounds like fun. I've looked at the super c lines and as an extrucker I think I would like one. Certainly easier to work on than a DP. Just not sure I want to listen to that diesel again. But a 4x4? That is worth thinking about.
Definite wow factor.
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They do look bad ass :-)
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