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Old 10-12-2015, 01:43 PM   #131
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Greetings. I purchased a run down 1992 Roadtrek Versatile and have been working on fixing things up and getting a few years life out of it. Excellent suggestions have been found on the site and will be incorporated as time permits. This RT is so my girlfriend and I can see how much we like the Class Bs. We will take it down to Florida in January if time permits..
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Old 10-12-2015, 04:55 PM   #132
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My wife and I have been dry camping for 10 years in a 17' camper trailer which I modified with an extra fresh water tank, 3 large marine batteries and 1000 watt inverter. We recently ordered a Roadtrek Zion to give us even more freedom to boondock around Canada and the US. Hoping to find remote areas to hike and explore as well as visiting unique villages to sample local cultures and foods.
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Old 10-12-2015, 05:16 PM   #133
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Hey Karsty, Just signed up to this forum and stumbled on to your profile. In case you have forgotten you stayed at our Boondockers Welcome site in Bayfield this summer. We have sold our camper and ordered a Roadtrek Zion, so hope to be hitting the road soon. Hope all is well with you!
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Old 10-20-2015, 04:28 AM   #134
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Hello All! Newbie green pea here, just purchased a high top 1993 Ford E-250 long distance- I haven't even seen it yet! But I will be home in a few weeks and ready to go to work getting it ready for a trip to Mexico hopefully, towing a sailboat.
In the meantime I've got some questions about batteries and what not, I look forward to learning more form the forum. Thanks!
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Old 10-27-2015, 05:31 PM   #135
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We have a 2016 Winnebago Travato 59G. from Columbia, SC. we have been RV'ing about 1 month and already taken two outings. Love the Truma - Combi WH/Heater and our solar upgrade.
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Old 11-01-2015, 02:18 AM   #136
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Hi we are new to RV. Will receive our class b in January. We own a MZB 3500 Sprinter. We have a question? We want an alarm and camera to monitor our German Shepard and the van while away for a few minutes. We heard there are devices that send text to your cell if say there is an electrical problem and the ac shuts down. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. Happy RVing.
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Old 11-01-2015, 02:19 AM   #137
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Hi we are new to RV. Will receive our class b in January. We own a MZB 3500 Sprinter. We have a question? We want an alarm and camera to monitor our German Shepard and the van while away for a few minutes. We heard there are devices that send text to your cell if say there is an electrical problem and the ac shuts down. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. Happy RVing.
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Long time rv'ers 35+years. We use a coach about 25-30k miles per year for business. After owning 13 different motor coaches from class c's to 6 Prevost conversions, we thought, we would try a "b van". We choose a used 2011 pleasure way excel because of the quality of the fit and finish of the unit. We also wanted simplicity of equipment. To date we have used the van about 3000 miles. We use it as a day coach to travel, drive it everywhere, park it anywhere, then check into a 4 star hotel or bed and breakfast (wife got tired of keeping the inside of a 45 foot bus clean).The ride is comfortable (no squeaks or rattles) and mileage has surprised me 16.0-18.6 on reg 85 octane. Big Plus? Momma loves driving it. Priceless!
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Old 11-03-2015, 12:14 AM   #139
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Big Plus? Momma loves driving it. Priceless!
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Hi from John and Mimi, Cazenovia NY. Formerly camped in an Aliner. Mimi didn't like the lack the lack of facilities. Just bought a 2013 Roadtrek Agile and will take delivery on Monday. Just went to Acadia N. P. With a rental. Had a great time.
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