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Old 03-12-2022, 01:19 PM   #1
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Just Saying Hi Fuse 23T owner

Well after 7 different motorhomes over the past 40 years ( two of which were Winnibagos), we're back in the fold again. This time we have a Fuse and I hope that my threads won't be to solve problems! Looking forward to getting to know many of you and hopefully, I can have some input to assist others. Currently in Central Florida by way of Virginia and Maryland.
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Old 03-12-2022, 04:19 PM   #2
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Greetings Ford1,
The Fuse 23T is a great floor plan; similar to my Minnie Winnie 22M. I would be curious as to the seven prior motorhomes you have owned, with their pros and cons. Certainly, that 23T is a great touring motorhome.
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Old 03-12-2022, 05:23 PM   #3
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Wow, Eagle5, I could write a book on the differences of each and my experiences with them! I had a Cobra Class C, a Minnie Winnie Class C, a Fleetwood Class C, a Rialta, a 31' Georgetown Class A, 35' Georgetown Class A, a Thor Serrano Diesel Class A, and now the Fuse. The 'C's were when our 4 kids were young. After the kids grew up, we felt that since it was only the two of us, the Rialta would fit best. After a couple of years the Rialta just made us think that we needed more room, hence the move to the first Georgetown. We liked that coach and that's why we moved up to the larger Georgetown for even more space. Everybody has to try a diesel at least once in their life so that was our move to the Serrano. Now that I am getting older, my wife prefers to have something she feels more comfortable driving under any condition. And so, that explains the move back to the Fuse since we wanted to get away as cheaply as possible..
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The Fuse sounds like the perfect solution for you and your wife. I certainly like it too. I bet you will truly enjoy the Fuse.
Just one quick question: Does the Fuse come with spare fuses?
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