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RE: First coach: 2011 Tour or 2013 Journey

The biggest difference between the Tour and the Journey are the accessories. The Journey has furnaces and water heater. The Tour has Aquahot. If you fulltime in the colder climates. There is nothing better than Aquahot for floor and water heat. The Tour also may have a dishwasher. Journey might also, but probably not. The interior trims are different. Basically they are very close in every aspect
chevyman2 01/10/16 04:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: No Electrical Outlet In Slideout

You positive there are no outlets? look in front by the wall on each dinette booth. Does your have a couch (sofa) in the slide? If so check the wall behind that
chevyman2 01/10/16 04:30am Travel Trailers
RE: What is a good toy hauler for full timers

in that price range. It might be hard to find a TH. Maybe a small TT with a TH garage. It would likely be small for full timing though. If you could add $50k to that. You would be in Cyclone range.
chevyman2 01/10/16 04:27am Toy Haulers
RE: Motorhome/Toad vs Truck-Trailer/Chase Car

this is a typical conversation. It will always boil down to personal preference. The MH is always a bit more convienent. easier to drive in more harsh weather (note there is NO type of RV configuration that will be a real nice drive in snow, ice, or high winds). If you are going to be set up for long periods of time, the only "sensible" choice is a trailer. It is not good on any drivetrain to sit still for extended periods. However, if you drive all the time, you will be "wearing out" the MH drivetrain. Meaning it may be more expensive repairing/replacing certain mechanical parts on the MH, than it would be on a truck. It is certainly more costly to replace a MH than it would be to replace A truck, or A trailer. (Replacing truck and trailer at once might be about the same as replacing a MH though). -----My only reasonable thought is this. Insurance. Yes. Insurance for truck and trailer is generally less than insurance for the MH alone. Not to mention insurance for the toad. OH yeah. Fuel mileage. Well that is about the same either way.
chevyman2 01/01/16 12:43pm Full-time RVing
RE: Ultra light TT brands

Camplites are nice. You could look into a hybrid also. Starcraft makes an "AR-ONE" series, that are 15' 17' & 19' any of them could be pulled by your RAV4. I sell loads of them to Jeep Wrangler V6 owners.
chevyman2 12/26/15 06:00pm Travel Trailers
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