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Old 10-15-2023, 12:50 PM   #1
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New to class A's. Buying 2022 Forza 36H

Howdy everyone, I just joined, and have a new hold over 2022 Forza 36H. Actually I don't have it yet, but I pick it up this Friday. Traded my 5th wheel in. We've been at this rv thing for 13 years. Fulltimed for 17 months. Settled now in TN, but half of our family lives in NorCal, so we must still travel. Hate motels/hotels. Our DP will probably be making 1 to 2 trips out west a year for a big portion of the Winters. We're just getting older (66), and I'm just tired of trailers. Still have to trade our car for a towable smaller Toad.
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Old 10-15-2023, 03:53 PM   #2
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Greetings Snipechief,
As you are traveling across the country with this thing, I wonder if it would be easier and more cost-effective to just rent a car when you get to northern California? Another thought would be to buy a car to just leave in California. As you stated yourself, you are trying to get-away from having to tow something.
I do like the McCloud RV Park in Northern California, if that makes sense with where you will be staying with your family.
The Forza 36H is definitely a home-away-from-home. Super nice!!!
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Old 10-15-2023, 04:01 PM   #3
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^^^^^^ good ideas, thanks.
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Old 10-16-2023, 10:08 PM   #4
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I have a 2017 Forza 38W. Sort of a mirror image of your rig (full-wall slide on the passenger side and 2 full bathrooms, plus the two extra feet.

We tow a car wherever we go. I prefer Ford Hybrids, as it's quick and easy to get ready to go. I don't think it's ever taken me more than 3 min to hook up. The only time it's taken me more than 5 min to unhook is if we were on a slope and the wife had to back and fill a couple of times to take pressure off the pins.
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