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Old 11-27-2018, 02:50 PM   #1
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We are Danny and Brenda, long-time RVers, now retired and recently downsized to our 31' Aspect. So far, it is our favorite of the rigs we have had over the past 30 years (TTs, 5ers and diesel pusher). While it took awhile to get used to the reduced amenities and storage, we have found that we have room for what we need, and groan at all the stuff in the storage shed that we likely never really needed! lol

Our first trip in our Aspect was almost 10,000 miles this summer from South Carolina across Oklahoma, NM, through the Utah national park sites, to Yellowstone, ending on the Olympic Peninsula of WA. Absolutely no problems with our rig!

This is our first Winnebago and we are sold. Looking forward to sharing tips and advice from other Winnies.
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Old 11-29-2018, 12:18 AM   #2
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Old 11-29-2018, 02:09 AM   #3
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The Aspect/Cambria is # 1 on our list so far. Have a decent 38' Class A, but are ready to downsize. Your report encourages us to think Aspect!!
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Old 11-29-2018, 08:16 AM   #4
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Welcome! We have a 2009 Aspsect 28B and like it as well. Spent 3 weeks this past summer touring the Smokey mountains and found it pretty capable with our CRV in tow.
My biggest gripe is the 13.5 K BTU AC is not enough capacity (cab AC is excellent) for summers in FL. If I have any trouble with it I will change to a 15 K rather than repair it. The storage is tight back in those years but we are able to manage ok, newer models have more storage.
Currently we use it for weekends and vacations since we are still working. When we retire we think we will get a 32 ish foot gas Class A for more room, interior seating with better TV viewing etc. The E450 drives better than the couple Class A's that I have driven so that may be difficult to get used to.
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Old 11-29-2018, 10:11 AM   #5
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Welcome and glad to hear you are enjoying you new rig. Yes there is always thing we all carry that we don't need in our rigs. That is why once a year we clear out the items we don't use and sell at a flea market or give away. Safe Travels.
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