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Old 06-20-2022, 03:47 AM   #1
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Thor 25V

Just wondering if anyone has bought a Thor 25V it's a Chateau or Four-Winds model with twin beds. I've had everything from a pop-up to a Tiffin 32CA. From my experience they all seem ok in your driveway, but on the road anything can happen. Dave
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I have a Winnebago 24V with the twin beds , I have driven in some heavy winds, you have to slow down a bit, but if the winds get over 25 or 30 mph, I'd pull over at a rest area and just take a break. I do love my rig.....
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"No more rvs" in your signature...but you're looking at a THOR product. Look at multiple brands that have close to what you want before you buy. With gas at above $4/gallon, I suspect more will tip in favor of "no more RVs".I'v said that I bought my last RV in 2016. To the extent I can keep it running, I'll keep going now that it is paid off and I have the bugs worked out.

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Thor Chateau Citation 24SV

We bought a 24SV with twin beds. So far so good. A little small but ok.
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