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Old 05-05-2018, 04:51 PM   #1
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New Member Intro from Mike & Deb

We just joined the forum. We're hoping to learn from others experiences. My wife and I live in the mid-west and will be retiring in the next year or so. We hope to travel about the USA, Canada, and Alaska and want to do some dry camping. We don't plan to full time it for now. We are in the process of researching class c motor homes and like the layout of the View/Navion 24g or the Mini Winnie 22m.
We have lots of questions and If we can't figure out how to access the threads we'll be asking.
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Old 05-06-2018, 08:36 AM   #2
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We also just joined the forum, welcome and this is exactly where we started researching online. Look at forums, blogs, dealer websites, reviews, etc. Get out and SEE and FEEL many models. Look at the fit and finish, and talk to as many like minded folks as you can. We have been looking and considered the Fuse23A(new product on Ford diesel, could not get past the wardrobe next to the toilet), a Dynamax Isata3 w/ full slide(nice coach but the CCC is so low you can't bring a ham sandwich along with you), Tiffin WayfarerTW(considered one of the best, this is a new product and we want to see where they go, we loved this coach) and lastly the ViewV and NavionV. We think Winnebago is a superior product on the Mercedes chassis, they have a long history and have done the best job at dealing with the main problem of these kind of coaches, the cargo carry capacity or CCC. That said, we have never owned one, we just put a deposit on one so hopefully we will be making a trip to Iowa soon...good luck in your quest, looking and anticipating is a lot of fun!

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Old 05-11-2018, 05:54 PM   #3
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Howdy and welcome. Hope you find the perfect RV for your travels.
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Old 05-12-2018, 09:07 AM   #4
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This Winnebago Forum is also part of a larger forum that has lots of info on it as well.
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