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RE: Class A Gassers and The General Quality of Products

Great replies, I knew this would spark opinions and experiences. I thought we would stick with the 5th Wheel path, but spending the winter (our first) in Florida opened my eyes a bit. Watching others with fairly new and expensive fivers have problems and manufacturers ignoring them. The last straw for me was one of the holding tanks in a 2016 $80-100K fiver fall out on the ground and local shops unwilling to come to park to deal with it because manufacturer won't reimburse was a wake up call. We were going to upgrade our 5th Wheel and truck, but after watching these owners deal with quality issues plus the need for me to spend $60+K on a truck and probably that much on a 5th wheel I reset my sights back to a Class A. Wife and I also realized that as true "new retirees" we have some traveling to do and a Class A is just easier to get around with, boondocking, Walmarting and just being more spontaneous at when and where we spend the night. In my Class A search I have noticed that Holiday Rambler, Georgetown, Jayco seemed to have upped their quality and that is why I started this thread, to get other opinions.
vfrmarc 05/03/17 02:28pm Class A Motorhomes
Class A Gassers and The General Quality of Products

Alright, this could be a loaded question. We are selling our 5th wheel and coming back to a Class A. Haven't purchased yet, still looking will be a gasser this time. My question is we had a Tiffin before (FRED). Not perfect, but basically a good quality motor home. I have been limiting myself to considering Tiffin, Newmar and Winnebago. But wondering if I should give the resurrected manufacturers and the older poorer quality manufacturers a good look this time? Looking for something with newer Ford V10 w/6spd tranny.
vfrmarc 05/02/17 02:42pm Class A Motorhomes
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