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Old 05-06-2018, 11:03 AM   #1
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Hi, i am currently a Winnebago classA owner. My second. Love Winnebago products! I want to move to a Winn. Plus 30rlss. Im getting older and i need to simplify my life a bit. What options would you recomend as a "must have" item. We are going to order a new one from the dealer so we can customize as we want. Thanks for your help.
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Old 05-07-2018, 07:25 AM   #2
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Not sure what you're asking. What is Plus 30rlss? If you have a Winnebago what are you looking for?

For me it would be Dish Network with a Traveler satellite dish. Plenty of power. Comfortable drivers seat. Air ride. Good sized bed. Big shower. Comfy recliner to watch TV. Plenty of storage.

I could go on but you get the picture.
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Old 05-07-2018, 08:13 AM   #3
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Not sure what you're asking. What is Plus 30rlss? If you have a Winnebago what are you looking for?

For me it would be Dish Network with a Traveler satellite dish. Plenty of power. Comfortable drivers seat. Air ride. Good sized bed. Big shower. Comfy recliner to watch TV. Plenty of storage.

I could go on but you get the picture.
A 30RLSS is a bumper pull trailer, not a class A,B or C.

I would get the 2nd roof AC, theater seating for you and your mate and leveling kit. The free-stand table w/chairs would be handy of you have visitors for dinning or gaming.
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like mentioned ...free standing dinette table and chairs. Hydraulic auto levelers, a/c with heat pump and 2nd a/c in bedroom. Rear camera systems are handy but would have to mount a monitor in your tow vehicle.
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Old 05-08-2018, 09:52 AM   #5
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Hi, i am currently a Winnebago classA owner. My second. Love Winnebago products! I want to move to a Winn. Plus 30rlss. Im getting older and i need to simplify my life a bit. What options would you recomend as a "must have" item. We are going to order a new one from the dealer so we can customize as we want. Thanks for your help.
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We just got a Minnie Plus 25RKS 5th wheel and just about everything we wanted came pretty much standard. EXTRA option we paid for ($2000+) was the auto leveling system which is turning out to be super-handy and EASY! What we missed in ordering is a slideout topper to keep the debris off the slide out to prevent seal damage when retracting. Until we get one, we need to get up top to make sure no branches, sticks, etc. are sitting there. If you are a TV-in-bed fanatic, you may want to have the 2nd tv in bedroom installed. Our trailer came with a 2nd air conditioner (standard option - can you believe it for a small trailer!). Good luck and much fun!

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Why not just shutdown any systems that are not simple? By “older” do mean physically or mentally less capable...or both?
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