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Old 06-08-2007, 07:08 PM   #183
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Welcome Rakshir to irv2 and the Winnebago forum.
Thats all the fun of owning a MH FIXING her up the way you want her.
Many safe and happy miles for you.
Enjoy all the forums and do post often.
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Old 06-11-2007, 08:11 AM   #184
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My wife and I have been living in an Itasca Sunova 29R for two years, and loving it.
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Old 06-14-2007, 05:17 AM   #185
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Hi. My wife and I are new to the RV world and I read these post a lot just trying to gather information and ideas. We have a 1999, 31 ft. Itasca with 48,000 miles on it. It looks new. I believe the previous owner has taken real good care of it. Have only taken it out 1 weekend and we got hooked. Going again the 29th of this month. Just taking short trips to start out with. We both live in Canton, Tx and work in Dallas which is a 75 mile drive one way. Before you say we are crazy, we have 5 acres in the country and love the peace and quite. I am 62 and my wife is 65. Hope to retire in about 3 more years.Hope to run into some of you sometime down the road. If any of you can give me any heads up on any problems with this Motor Home, I sure would like to know about it. It is a 454 Chevy.
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Old 06-14-2007, 05:52 AM   #186
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Welcome TAN to irv2
Congrats on your MH and your new lifestyle.
Enjoy the forums and do post often.
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Old 06-14-2007, 06:02 AM   #187
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Welcome Bad News to irv2.
Can't say its all bad news if you are enjoying your new coach with all the miles on it and the previous owner took care of it as you say.
A coach that is used and enjoyed is good for everyone involved yourself and coach.
I would say all systems are a go, but just as a home there are things that will require maintinance which is the norm.
I would say enjoy your MH and put some miles on it.
Enjoy the forums and do post often, if you want to be part of the Winnebago forum just let us know.
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Old 06-14-2007, 09:28 AM   #188
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Originally posted by Bad News:
Hi. My wife and I are new to the RV world and I read these post a lot just trying to gather information and ideas. We have a 1999, 31 ft. Itasca with 48,000 miles on it. It looks new. I believe the previous owner has taken real good care of it. Have only taken it out 1 weekend and we got hooked. Going again the 29th of this month. Just taking short trips to start out with. We both live in Canton, Tx and work in Dallas which is a 75 mile drive one way. Before you say we are crazy, we have 5 acres in the country and love the peace and quite. I am 62 and my wife is 65. Hope to retire in about 3 more years.Hope to run into some of you sometime down the road. If any of you can give me any heads up on any problems with this Motor Home, I sure would like to know about it. It is a 454 Chevy.
Hi BN... Wife and I have similar situation. We live in Picayune, MS and work in New Orleans, LA. Currently we live on our own two acre campground (only has one site now) while we build our home. But we plan for three RV hookups when we are finished.
Don't know much about that particular motorhome, but if the engine and drive line are good, I don't think 48,000 miles are very much. I know Chevy trucks that have two hundred thousand on them.
As far as Motorhoming in general, we also like it very much. Hope to keep our rig "forever" and grow old with it. This forum is the right place for answers and lots of good friends too.
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Old 06-15-2007, 09:18 AM   #189
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I am a new member to this site and a new(er) coach owner. What a difference from my pop-up! Camping and travel are two of my favorite past times, along with most anything else outdoors. Being a mechanic by trade (25-plus years as an aircraft maintainer in the Air Force and nearly as many automotive wise) I like tinkering around with this or that. While snooping/lurking through the posts I see a wealth of information and folks as friendly as the ones we meet during our travels. Thanks in advance for all your wisdom!
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Old 06-15-2007, 05:17 PM   #190
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Hi, My wife and I just bought a 2007 Itasca Sunova 33T 2 weeks ago. We moved up from a Class C Freelander 2600SO. We fell in love with the 33T it has everything we wanted in an RV. I just stumbled on the Winnie site but looking forward to chatting with fellow Winnebago and Itasca owners.
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Old 06-17-2007, 05:57 AM   #191
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Hi, I am new to the Winnebago Forum, My wife, Mary and I just purchased a 2007 Itasca Sunova 33T 3 weeks ago. We both fell in love with coach when the sales person inroduced us to it. It just seemed to have everything we wanted, and a few extras added. I plan on retiring in 2 or 3 years and we wanted to get the coach of our dreams while we were still working. We have been RVing for about a year. We had a 2006 Coachman Freelander. We enjoy it so much meeting new people and seeing new places, now we are looking forward to spending a lot more time doing what we love.

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Old 06-17-2007, 06:16 AM   #192
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WELCOME to the Winnebago Forum AND iRV2!

Congrats on the purchase of your dream coach, we look forward to hearing more of your experiences getting to know "her" better!

At iRV2 we enjoy not only the opportunity to share our thoughts and ideas in the various forums, but also the many opportunities that allow us to get together with one another and USE our RV's!!
On the main forum page there are always discussions brewing where our members are planning small regional gatherings...I'm sure they'd LOVE to meet you!
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Old 06-17-2007, 01:19 PM   #193
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Welcome to the forum. This is the best and friendliest site on the web. You made a wise choice in motor home manufactures as well. I may be a little prejudice but I think Winnnebago makes some of the finest. Post often and ask questions when you have some. You will always find someone eager to help you.

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Old 06-21-2007, 07:46 AM   #194
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Hi just joined today june 21,2007. i,m retired and own a 2000 winnabago brave. I,m sure if i need any information this forum can provide it
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Old 06-21-2007, 08:15 AM   #195
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Richard:

Welcome to the forum.com . You will certainly find many friendly and helpful folks here. We look forward to your sharing RV experiences with us.
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This 'silent lurker' has joined the forum & has a deposit on a 2007 Meridian 36G to be picked up July 5. But after reading the posts about the troubles many of you have had, I am shaking in my boots!! I guess I will go through the PDI very carefully & hope for the best.
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