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Old 06-26-2011, 06:06 PM   #1
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Info 2008 Adventurer 35-L.

Im looking for any info. on the adventurer 35-L model, as far as things to look out for like maintenance,or repairs, or anything that seems to break on this model that I can adress, before hand, nothing is wrong with it right now, we just bought it, any expertise adivise would be accepted, thanks jimooo.
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Old 06-27-2011, 03:39 PM   #2
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I have a Voyager 35 L, 2008, It has been great so far. I just keep up with the maintenance. I am about to install a Fan-Tastic Vent remote on the manual fan. I have made a few mistakes on the maintenance side, but that is life.
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Old 06-27-2011, 06:33 PM   #3
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I have an 07 Adventurer 35L and a couple of things you may want to check on;
- basement air, keep an eye on it as many people have had problems
- Norcold refer recall, should check for
- Workhorse brake recall, should check for

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We also have a Voyage 35L and love it. We have not seen a floor plan the we like better. Ours has the King Size Bed and a 4 door Norcold (recently had the recall done). I have heard that there may be issues with the basement air but ours is fine so far, knock on wood. We found ours with the optional W24 Chassis so the brakes are not a problem and the power is good for our frequent Sierra trips.
On the slightly negative side, the high roof with 7'-2" of interior height is nice but watch out for tree branches, this rig is tall!
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Hello thanks for that info.
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Old 06-28-2011, 07:22 PM   #6
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Hello russ, hey thanks for that valueable info on the basement air and refer, It just so happens that I work on anything air or refers for a living. I checked on the brake recall it has been done, what was the recall on the norcold frig. for? thanks
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Old 06-28-2011, 07:25 PM   #7
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hello jim, ours has the king bed and double door frig. and it does tend to reach low branches, ever have any problems with inverters? thanks
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Hi Jimooo, No inverter problems, ours did not come with one. I installed a 1750 watt in the cabinet to the left of the entry step. I did not connect it to the outlets in the coach, we simply plug directly into it to make coffee or charge phones and computers etc. I have a Honda EU 2000 Generator that stores nicely in the compartment where the electrical cord is stored. We dry camp a lot and use the Honda rather than the coach generator because it is super quiet and uses very little fuel.
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