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Old 09-30-2014, 06:03 PM   #21
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2013 Itasca Suncruiser here (same as Adventurer)
I have owned it for 2 years now, no major problems.
No handling issues, I have been on a 4,000 mile cross country trip in it.
Winnebago has a service center at the factory.
No storage under the bed.
I do not have gps, it is an am/fm/cd that also is the rear and side camera monitor.
I do have a friend with the same motorhome that had slide room and leveling jack issues, they were repaired with no further issues.
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Old 09-30-2014, 07:45 PM   #22
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Edgray, did 2009 37F have the full length slide. The biggest problem our friend has had is the full length slide. Dave
Yes, my 2010 37F has a FWS, and AFAIK all 37F are essentially the same, except the later model years got a bigger shower, roof-top AC rather than the POS basement unit I have, and a Ford F53 chassis. I know the 2010 model year was the last year for the Workhorse chassis, and I think they changed the slide-out drive mechanism to the now infamous "schwin-tec" system in either the 2011 or 2012 model year. I believe mine is made by Power Gear, as are the leveling jacks.
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Old 09-30-2014, 07:59 PM   #23
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I did not realize the 37F model was that old.

Does anyone have a 2014 or 2015 model and are you having full slide issues?
Apparently, I was wrong about the 37F being introduce as a 2009 model. I checked the WBGO brochure archive and did not find the 37F shown in the 2009 Adventurer booklet. Mine is a 2010, on one of the last W24 chassis-which is why I bought it. 2011 and later are all on F53 chassis.
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Old 10-01-2014, 05:31 AM   #24
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Being the 37F has a bath and a half does it have two black tanks and one gray tank?

If so how does the system work?
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Old 10-01-2014, 06:13 AM   #25
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1 black tank, the rear toilet is a Tecma mancerating toilet that sends the waste to the black tank.
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Old 10-01-2014, 11:48 AM   #26
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1 black tank, the rear toilet is a Tecma mancerating toilet that sends the waste to the black tank.
That is what we have, and have had no problems. The front toilet (1/2 bath) drops directly into the black tank.
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Old 10-31-2014, 07:53 AM   #27
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While researching a Newmar Canyon Star 3612 I came across a CCC issue where I would have to upgrade to a 26000 lb chassis. The 37f is also on a 24000 lb chassis so I suspect it would also have a very low CCC weight.

Any idea what the CCC is on the 37f and is upgrading to the 26000 lb chassis an option?
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While researching a Newmar Canyon Star 3612 I came across a CCC issue where I would have to upgrade to a 26000 lb chassis. The 37f is also on a 24000 lb chassis so I suspect it would also have a very low CCC weight.

Any idea what the CCC is on the 37f and is upgrading to the 26000 lb chassis an option?
Yes, I believe you could option to the 26K ford chassis if you order a 37F, but I'm pretty sure the 24K chassis is standard. However, my W-24 based 37F has not had a problem carrying us and all our stuff. That said, my rear axle didn't have a lot of rated capacity to spare, but the front axle is really under-loaded. The basement AC, propane tank, and the Genset are all behind the rear axle.

I don't have the scale tickets here at the house, but I'm running the front tires @ 95 and the rear at 100, both are well over the pressure required to support the loaded weight of the coach, and I don't worry too much about "CCC".
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Old 10-31-2014, 08:25 PM   #29
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While researching a Newmar Canyon Star 3612 I came across a CCC issue where I would have to upgrade to a 26000 lb chassis. The 37f is also on a 24000 lb chassis so I suspect it would also have a very low CCC weight.

Any idea what the CCC is on the 37f and is upgrading to the 26000 lb chassis an option?
I've got a picture of the OCCC label from a 2014 37F (loaded) that indicates, "The combined weight of occupants and cargo should never exceed 1467 kg or 3236 lbs."

The recent brochures show only the 24K chassis for the 37F. They do show the 35P can be upgraded from 22K to 24K (OCCC with 22K is only 2633 lb).
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