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Old 01-29-2010, 07:04 PM   #31
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Just found this section. Hi, Bob and Cindy from Tennessee. Seems most of the info on the class B forums is north of the mason dixon line and up into Canada. We've been camping/RVing most of our 39 years of marriage, first in pop-ups, then straight to a Pace Arrow 36 footer we kept for 9 years. Sold it when we built our retirement cabin on the lake a few years ago, but missed traveling. We just purchased a 2006 RoadTrek 210 and think we'll love it. Itching to go traveling even in the winter. I'm on my 3rd plan for retirement, but my wife talked me into working 2.5 more years til she retires, so the catch was I had to go ahead and get the RT now to keep me "working." Hope to catch some of you on the road.
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Old 06-04-2010, 03:03 AM   #32
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Hello everybody...just traded a 2009 Dutchmen Class C with slide and Mercedes V6 Diesel for a 2009 Roadtrek 210 Popular. We haven't had a chance to take it out yet but I already know I'm gonna like it. We started out with a 2005 Casita (another fine camper) so we're used to making it work in smaller spaces. I will be retiring on 3 September 2010 and hope to put it to good use. I will probably have several questions regarding the operation of the MH so please bear with me until I get familar with it.

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Old 08-11-2010, 01:03 AM   #33
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Hi all I am Todd from Iowa I just bought a 1978 Dodge Xplorer Weekender and a 1970 TowLow. I have been camping for years never knew about this group but am real glad I did it will help in the restore of my RV's. The motor is locked up but I have found a 1978 Dodge Goodtimes van with a working motor need to find some manuals if anyone has any. I do not know if it can be done but I want to pull the body off the chassis to do the swap and rebuild of the motor does anyone have any info on how to do this?

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Old 08-11-2010, 01:16 PM   #34
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Hi Todd, I copied your post to the General Forum so that more people can see it and hopefully you'll get an answer to your question.
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Old 08-29-2010, 01:58 AM   #35
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Hello! I'm a retired US Air Force Sargeant. Not new to camping but new to the Class B. I bought a 1999 American Cruiser 2 months ago(reviewed under class B reviews). I'm from Hurricane West Virginia right now and working as a First Responder for Toyota Motor Manufactoring plant in Buffalo WV. Soon I will be retired for the last time and am looking forward to doing all the hobbie stuff and camping here and there. I'll be posting questions from time to time...........Mike

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Old 05-29-2011, 06:56 PM   #36
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Hello all
Not sure if this section is still being used, as there hasn't been a post heer in a while!

My name is John, I'm from Rice Lake area in Ontario, I've recently retired (wife still working) We have been planning atrip to Alaska and down the left coast to Texas for a while now. We have looked at various vehicles to do the trip in (truck campers, class C, and class B vans etc), but as fate would have it, while "just browsing" at a dealer we ended buying a 2000 Leisure Travel Freedom 2B with only 37K miles.

We have canoed, tented and tent trailered years ago when the kids were small, but have never RV'd before, so.................here we go!

Still have a couple of years to go before my wife retires, so we will be taking short trips and not so short trips over the next 2 years to work the bugs out and to see if we are "RV people".

I'm sure I will have some questions in the future for the more experienced people on this site, so please be patient!

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Old 05-30-2011, 01:40 AM   #37
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Welcome John. A brand name B with only 37,000 miles on it is a good find.
Ask as many questions as you like. Everyone gets to learn that way
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Old 06-11-2011, 12:50 AM   #38
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Hello Everyone,

I just found this site a few week ago and decided to join. I inhertiated my great aunt and uncles 1994 Dodge Coachman Class B last yr. I was able to use it all last summer: (2) one week long trips, and (1) three week long trip. I have really enjoyed this little rig. Picked it up w/ only 32k on it, and now I'm just shy of 42k.

I have learned a lot in the first few weeks of using the board. My next little project will be adding spacers to the rear axle to try and make her a little more stable in the wind.

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Hi folks ! I'm Morini from Flanders. I just found this site a few week ago and decided to join.

I'v converted a diesel Euro Ford transit ( the class b version ) into a stealth cargo camper van.
Kind of a toy- hauler for scubadiving and motorcycling

Pictures will follow.
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Welcome to the Class B Forum, Ray and Morini.
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