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RE: Entegra or newmar

Do you plan to snowbird in just one location or will you be moving frequently? The reason I ask is that a tag axle coach (much more money) is a great advantage to those to plan to do lots and lots of driving over the course of the year but no advantage to those planning to move from point A to point B only a few times per year. No advantage? Even if the coach is rarely driven, is a tag axle not an advantage during those drives?
MRUSA 02/07/17 05:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best time to purchase

The dealers at the Tampa show take trade-ins. I would think that after the show they would have a lot more used inventory than at other times. However, a dealer is not the only way to buy. Do not overlook buying from individuals. The price may be much better and you can find out more about the unit's history from the owner. Try websites such as RVT.com and Rvtrader.com.
MRUSA 11/06/16 04:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Afraid to make the leap to diesel

Nothing to be afraid of. Diesels are at least as reliable as gas engines, probably more so. They run hundreds of thousands of miles in trucks and busses with no maintenance except fluid and filter changes. Yes, more expensive to fix but they hardly ever need fixing. The driving experience in a diesel is far better than in a comparable gasser.
MRUSA 09/25/16 06:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2015 Lincoln auxbraking

I have a 2010 MKT and I have been using this brake since 2010. Works great. However, nowadays most people are going with the Air Force One.
MRUSA 09/20/16 10:08pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Colorado 91 Copper Mounain to Leadville

Thanks for the very helpful replies.
MRUSA 09/15/16 09:51pm Roads and Routes
Colorado 91 Copper Mounain to Leadville

Is this route doable in a 45 foot DP with toad?
MRUSA 09/15/16 06:14am Roads and Routes
RE: north thru N.J. Turnpike/ GSP/thru-way...are they the same

I have driven the GSP north of the turnpike the whole way to NY state and there are no problems for any size rig.
MRUSA 04/15/16 04:01pm Roads and Routes
RE: Air ride with 8 bagz

I had a Beaver with 8 airbags for ten years. I traded it a few years ago for an Entegra on a 4 airbag Spartan chassis. The Spartan chassis rides far better, and handles just as well or better, so I don't miss the extra airbags at all. To be fair, the Beaver was 40 feet with no tag, and the Entegra is 45 feet with a tag, so the comparison is not a direct one. But my point is that eight airbags are not needed to make an outstanding chassis. Witness all the high end Newmars, Entegras, American coaches and others on four airbags.
MRUSA 04/10/16 05:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where is Winnebago in the Gasser lineup?

While DSDP Don's post may sound harsh, he is right about the need to "kick the tires". You must narrow down your choices to a few models, and then go through them and imagine living in them. Try everything you can, open every cabinet, sit in every seat. Examine the storage bays and the tank capacities. Check the levelling sytem, operate the slideouts. Sometimes it is the little things that can tip the scales. A great way to do this is at a major RV show such as FMCA nationals, Tampa Supershow, or the big annual show in Harrisburg PA where you can directly compare one model versus another. When I bought my first motorhome, I flew half way across the country to do this and it was well worth the time and money spent.
MRUSA 04/01/16 05:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Entegra

Entegra quality is as good as any, and better than most. Their 2-year warranty is unique in the industry. Factory support is beyond terrific. It is the best insulated coach around, which makes it very comfortable and very quiet. The specially reinforced Spartan chassis is a real winner. All this, and it is priced very attractively compared to the competition. Many things that are options on other coaches, are standard equipment on Entegras.
MRUSA 03/21/16 08:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lincoln mkx 2016

I have done a whole lot of homework. I have asked Lincoln spokesmen directly and consulted both their owners manual and their towing guide. In every instance they said that ALL Mkts can be towed four down, but the dealers say no, so who am I to believe? It is a conundrum.
MRUSA 03/21/16 11:47am Dinghy Towing
RE: Lincoln mkx 2016

Thanks for your reply. I will do what you suggested.
MRUSA 03/20/16 05:27am Dinghy Towing
RE: Lincoln mkx 2016

Thanks for the report, ceativepart, and best of luck with your new tow car. I had really wanted the Eco-Boost, and I'm still puzzled because the manual says it can be towed but dealer says no. I wish Lincoln and their dealers could be on the same page so that customers would not be left hopelessly confused.
MRUSA 03/19/16 08:33pm Dinghy Towing
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