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Old 09-03-2016, 10:07 PM   #21
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Old 09-04-2016, 01:38 AM   #22
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That extra ten cents per mile will add up quickly if you drive much. For me, that would be $2,500 in the first year.
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it's a win win I believe. if I got the V10 Chinook I could easily pull my boat. or I get the better milage if we went with a lighter "Roadtrek". this will be our 3 rd RV.
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we looked at a 2002 yesterday down in St' Pete Florida. AWESOME!!! Chinook company folded in 2004 but that's the target B plus we seek. Born Free is very similar design. but have not inspected that company's "built for two" model in person. same engine and chassis. V10,............any thoughts from the audience except to quit hi jacking the thread!
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a 2004 Glacier xl was on our radar when shopping and I loved it- it had great features-
ford 450

In the end a van sized B made for easier parking on the road, easier solo trips for spouse, and probably double the mpg.
we also ended up with a larger bed which for us is really important.

every owner has different needs

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