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1:Are you happy with your current RV, or would you prefer a different type or size?

  •  Happy with current RV
  •  Prefer different size or type

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Authored by: gws2980 on Monday, June 20 2011 @ 08:29 pm UTC
We currently have a 2008 Teton Homes 5th wheel. I don't know if we could find anything better. We love it.
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Authored by: rag_ftw on Tuesday, June 21 2011 @ 02:46 pm UTC
We looked for five years to find the exact RV we wanted that was in our budget.
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Authored by: wobblerite on Thursday, June 23 2011 @ 03:42 pm UTC
We are new to RVing and bought a 2003 Pace Arrow as our first RV. Thanks to a lot of reading, Mark's Intro to RVs dvd I think we got it right the first time.
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Authored by: Diamond71977 on Monday, June 27 2011 @ 02:49 pm UTC
We have a 2010 Jayco Jay Feather 242, which we are happy with. At some point sooner than later, we do want to upgrade to a Class C or Class A motorhome, due to the increased ease of usage in not having to tow something and the inherent risks and requirements.
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Authored by: cekkk on Tuesday, August 09 2011 @ 05:12 pm UTC
We've spent 30 nights in our 2011 Jayco Eagle 320RLDS and have no complaints, only praise for the rig so far. It's roomy,well appointed with added insulation in the front, hard surface countertops and a porcelain commode having become standard equipment after we ordered it. We were asked to pay for it and were happy to do so.
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Authored by: CampGirl on Monday, August 15 2011 @ 05:33 pm UTC
We love our 2006 Jayco Eagle 282FKS travel trailer. WE LOVE IT. I know its not as big as a lot of them, but its perfect for the 2 of us(and the dog!) it just has the one slide in the dining area. And we also opted for the free-standing chairs instead of a dinette and we really like that--u do lose a small bit of storage, but no big deal. We opted for just the one slide because we like to camp in national forest campgrounds with no amenities and LOTS of trees so too many slides limits you to less sites. Also like the front kitchen because it seems like you have more living space that way. Anyways, we have had many happy camping trips with it. I would buy a Jayco again.
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Authored by: ddrichter on Tuesday, September 06 2011 @ 08:38 pm UTC
We bought a used 2003 Newmar Dutch Star Class A, Diesel with 50K miles on it a year ago. It is a beautiful rig. We love it.
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Authored by: lkentn on Tuesday, November 01 2011 @ 10:53 pm UTC
We have a 2004 Newmar Kountry Star Diesel Pusher that we live in full-time and we tow a Jeep. We will likely keep our motorhome for quite a while so we like to keep our maintenance up to date. Right now, I am installing new LED clearance lights front and back.