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Old 12-11-2018, 03:41 AM   #1
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New here, 2011 Adventurer 37F

Bought the Adventurer last July, my 4th MH over the years. Being a car guy too I know how helpful being a member of a forum can be for information to help with DIY maintaince and repairs as well as general information.

MH had a little over 19K miles and seemed to be in better than average condition inside and out. We love the King bed and the two bathroom features of this model. Also the V-10 seems to have very good power and like the transmission feature with the Tow Mode.

One of the first things I did was buy a Roadmaster steering stabilizer and put it on. Makes big difference. Have been putting in LED's as I go. Being in the PNW had to winterize it recently and the automatic pump for the RV antifreeze was nice to have.

Looking forward to spring, to take care of some misc. things and get up to speed on all the other features. Having 4 TV's and two radios is a maze i'm working on..

Nice to be hear.
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Old 12-11-2018, 05:15 AM   #2
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Nice looking unit, I wish I had room for a separate chair like that, which is what I had in our old unit.
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Old 12-11-2018, 06:21 AM   #3
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I also have a 2011 37F, bought it used with low miles and had it since July 16. It’s our second Winnebago, previous was an 04 Adventurer. If you have any issues with yours I might be a little help since I have had some things pop up that needed attention. And have had to do a lot of head scratching to fix them. I usually tackle them myself. Love the floor plan and the coach in general. V10 could use a little power help though. Put a steering stabilizer on and now considering a rear track bar for better handling with X-winds
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Old 12-11-2018, 09:02 AM   #4
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Hi and welcome. Another 37F owner here. You’ll love the coach, it’s layout and features.

We put the Roadmaster steering stabilizer on first, then Sumo Springs all around. Both were very good additions and have really helped drivability.

Since you have the 5-speed transmission you might want to look at the 5-Star Tune product. It will remap shift points and make the drive even better. Personally I don’t think it does much in the way of adding power, but it does vastly improve shifting on hills.

After 2016 Ford switched to a 6-speed and that has made the biggest difference in hill performance, but the tune will get you closer.

Enjoy your RV, you got a good one.
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