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Old 11-19-2020, 08:15 PM   #15
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Be sure the rig you choose has the ISL 8.9liter Cummins. Some (Jayco) only have the ISB 6.7liter which is under powered IMHO. Similar HP but big difference in torque. I would be looking at Dynamax, Renegade Verona or Newmar. All have the big motors and M2 chassis and 20k hitch.
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Old 11-30-2020, 11:29 AM   #16
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My wife would not let me spend the kids inherent on a motorhome, we do not plan on the being full timers, so staying within a budget, we purchased a used Seneca. I am putting it in a with "trusted" RV shop to bring back the little things to it closer to factory deliver, replace slide toppers, fix or replace hot water heater, new mattress for now. Might think about new tires by the time summer rolls around. But we are just enjoying the journey, got to have some dollars to buy fuel to roll down the highway, keep the dirt side down.
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