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RE: Thor palazzo33.3 vs Forest River Legacy 340BH ???

This might help make up your mind.
mike brez 04/16/14 08:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Buying First Diesel Pusher

While Dave has some great points I kind of lean in a different direction. While putting 57k away and investing while waiting to retire and then buy is great...But what about the memories you can make with your kids now. There is no getting that back. Also there is no guaranty to live to see retirement. I'm looking for a DP also that I will probably use for six long four day weekends and one or two week trips a year if I'm lucky.
mike brez 04/15/14 07:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Buying First Diesel Pusher

Some have wet bay floor issues and roof radius problems
mike brez 04/15/14 06:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone at PPL in New Braunfels

mike brez 04/15/14 04:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What manufacturer do I purchase?

Newell,Foretravel,Country Coach,Monaco,Newmar
mike brez 04/14/14 07:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Delivery Service Referrals

mike brez 04/14/14 04:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone at PPL in New Braunfels

Sent ya a pm. :R
mike brez 04/14/14 01:41pm Class A Motorhomes
Anyone at PPL in New Braunfels

Was wondering if anyone is at or going to PPL in New Braunfels in the near future and could look at a coach for me real quick.
mike brez 04/14/14 09:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Breaking fogged dual pane glass

Diy kit Here
mike brez 04/11/14 08:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Jeeps

they are called CVT. i have one in my driveway made by nissan I'm looking at a Subaru for my son with a Continuously Variable Transmission(CVT)
mike brez 04/10/14 09:49am Around the Campfire
RE: What do you carry for protection?

Trojans. :B Magnums of course.:C
mike brez 04/10/14 08:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jeep or CRV - the search for a toad continues

My 01 wrangler is my tow vechile,snow plow vechile for our bussiness go off roading and is a second around town car for me. Not one problem in 60k miles. I also have two Libertys one 03 with a 4 inch lift and over 100k miles and a 08 with 95k miles and neither have had a problem or back to the dealer for anything except for a free recall. I know there are a bunch of loyal CRV owners and there are a ton of them out there on the road but we took one out for a test drive and did not care for it at all.
mike brez 04/09/14 09:58am Dinghy Towing
RE: 2000 era, Beaver or Foretravel

Thank you all again for your replies. The information here has been priceless. (pun intended) For years I have been reading and learning how to make a good decision, for me. I now have for better or worse, a Foretravel. 42 foot, living slide with air bladder, tag axle U320 with a transmission retarder. They call it a "joy" stick and it brings the coach to a halt. The people at Motorhomes of Texas are outstanding, period. I drove over 3500 miles with my toad and was not disappointed or wished I had done something else. In short I guess one may say "I'm a happy camper" Is this the 2001 U320 listed for 69k? Did you happen to check out the 1999 Dbl slide Newell. Never mind. The 01 I was thinking about wasn't a tag.
mike brez 04/08/14 11:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: gas or diesel?

Went DP after decades of Class C gassers. After 9 years of outrageous repair bills and maintenance that I couldn't DIY. We saw a floorplan that blew our DP out of the water and half the price of a new DP with similar features like Heat Pumps, full body paint, great A/V system. Gas vs diesel fuel mpg/cost is usually a near push. Expect to pay 1/3 or less for oil changes etc. Cheaper parts/labor plus I can do most, if not all routine maint myself. It is noisier on hills but I don't really notice the suspension differences. We decided that we live in our rig much much more than we drive it. That being said....none of us need to justify our purchase decisions. We all enjoy our rigs. Happy travels to all. I like the lay out of the 38Q. That's gotta be one of the biggest gassers on the market at just over 39 feet.
mike brez 04/08/14 05:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: gas or diesel?

I'm going diesel. I only use mine for 4or5 weekend trips and maybe 2 or 3 five day trips a year.
mike brez 04/07/14 05:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fuel pump replacement

Ok need more help fuel pump is bad having a mechanic changing pump but he said he's having trouble locating replacement pump this is a 33' 1994 seabreeze with a Chevy motor and a 80 gallon fuel tank not sure if he's dragging his feet but wondering if anybody can let me know what the part number is for the fuel pump so that I could possibly try and also locate one Not sure what kind of mechanic would have a hard time to find a fuel pump for a Chevy P30 with a 454. I would keep a close eye on this clown.
mike brez 04/07/14 05:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Calling all Country Coach experts price check

Sorry to hear about the Allure. Did you at least enjoy the Ferry ride across the sound? Have you checked out this site clicky They had a nice 2002 Magna. Hey Steve, it was actually a great day. My son and his girlfriend are home from college this week so they came with us. Had a great lunch in Port Jeff and walked the town. We haven't done that since we sold our boat 10 years ago.
mike brez 04/07/14 06:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Calling all Country Coach experts price check

Well the search for our next coach continues. The 99 CC was a POS.
mike brez 04/06/14 07:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: creeping seals on windows AND windshield?

For dual pane windows with creeping seals Dave Root sells a kit Here
mike brez 04/05/14 08:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Calling all Country Coach experts price check

Mike I have one living room slide on my coach and its great. I have access to everything with the slide in or out. The slides on some coaches block off cabinets and such when the slide is in. When I started looking at coaches I said no slides(just one more thing to breakdown). I'm here to tell you that even one living room slide makes a world of difference. I had a class C with no slide then a fifth wheel with a slide then back to no slide. We spend most of our time outside and really only sleep in the rv. I deffenetly want a living room slide and possible bedroom one also. The one thing I personally don't want is a slide on my patio. Finally going to look at the 99 CC Allure in LI NY at noon tomorrow. Going to put the jeep on the ferry in Bridgeport and sail across the sound to Port Jefferson then a 10 min. Ride to his house. Spending today unloading my rv of over 10 years of stuff so the new owners can pick it up Monday am. Were in the heck did all of this stuff come from.
mike brez 04/05/14 08:01am Class A Motorhomes
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