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  1. macbob
    03-18-2014 01:18 PM
    Gas vs Diesel--the Diesel coach will have air bags and a MUCH better ride--also unless you get a fairly new coach the gas models will be noisy in the front--a Diesel pusher is in the rear and very quiet--I tried both before buying my first one and no comparisons--went with Diesel I have a 2004 H.R. Imperial I am thinking of selling. When looking at motorhomes--check the woodwork etc--I can't believe some of the poor workmanship in some . My wife is very quality oriented and hasn't seen any coach to compare with the H.R. quality--unless you get into the big bucks--good luck in your search

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    Got a starter A-Frame but moved to a Super-C then to a Travel Trailer, and now a Toy Hauler!


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Posted 03-26-2014 at 03:33 PM by ie2special Comments 0
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on the big RV purchase until at least summer 2015 again. In the meantime I don't want to not camp/travel.

My truck will only pull about 4500K so I am looking at hybrids

I've found some cute ones!

Posted 02-27-2014 at 07:14 AM by ie2special Comments 0
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Then I decided to do some numbers. We found 3 Class A models that would work for Part Time Trips and A Few months while between duty stations.

The are in the low low 100's, one is 75K.

I just can't decide. The 2013 Bounder Classic is a diesel with air ride, front mounted and the frieghtliner Chassis.

Then there is the Allegro, much better finishes but Gas, and the most expensive. But...could consider Full time in it.

Finally the Fleetwood...

Posted 02-26-2014 at 07:21 AM by ie2special Comments 0
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I want some BBQ and I want to check out some more rvs. Planning the trip with the car, pets, hotel, packing, etc I had a realization. I want a MH now.

Problem is we can't full time yet and we don't want to pay rent and a mh payment.

The trip is typical of how we would travel in an rv that we don't live in.

Th-Sunday, 8 hours away, 3 kids a dog and a cat.

What do I do?

Get a part time rv or wait till next summer to full...

Posted 02-25-2014 at 01:49 PM by ie2special Comments 0
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If we try it and we don't like it then we are still able to trade the truck for something else and sell off the 5th wheel.

I am so scared to make the wrong decision but I think I am going back this direction....

Posted 02-25-2014 at 12:01 PM by ie2special Comments 0
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I can come here and rant all my thoughts and questions out, sometimes you all even read answer me!!

All kidding aside. I know that we are going to need to have something that changes with us. I do not like the fit and finish of most units and since I am going to be in it full-time (stay at home mom) I just don't think I can adjust. We also know that we want to have a motorsport hobby, like Go-Carts.

I also need a place for my teen-age...
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