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2016 Winnebago Adventurer 37F

Posted 10-27-2018 at 09:54 AM by armullis

On September 10th of this year, my new bride and I traded my 2015 Forest River Georgetown for a 2016 Adventurer. Sheila liked my Georgetown when we got married, but her chief complaints were the bedroom and bathroom were too small. I agreed! Since I am retiring in 2024, we wanted to get the coach upgrade now and get it paid off before we hit the road in the golden years. Additionally, there were some upgrades we wanted to get done sooner rather than later.

Before getting the Adventurer delivered, we opted to get "Tyron Straps" installed inside the tire rims to help prevent a blown tire from destroying itself, thereby making control of the coach much better.

The next major expense involved getting the 2018 Ford Explorer Platinum 4x4 equipped to tow behind the coach. That cost about $5000 to have the base plate and wiring installed by professionals. The rest of the cost was for the Blue Ox Tow Bar, Blue Ox Patriot II Braking System, and custom installation.

Finally, we wanted to get a satellite dish installed on the roof, like I had in the Georgetown. Another $3000 to spend next week! This will allow us to have our DIRECTV in the coach anywhere we go.

The coach already has a WiFiRanger system installed in it. I just had to learn how to get in to reconfigure it. Done!

More later as we continue our journey to retirement!
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    you are going to love traveling and living in the Adventurer!
    Posted 11-05-2018 at 04:02 PM by MAC MAC is offline
 
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