As Terry said, even the MCD shades require a modification on the valences.
Here are ours before and after he finished.
Well, forget that. I'm going to have to go back and review picture posted, since I hardly even do it.
Here is a link to my blog page which shows multiple pictures of the blinds.
You do have to scroll down to September 8, 2011.
That's a PITA to look at.
Length 38 ft 8 in
Ext Width 8 ft 6 in
Ext Height 12 ft 10 in
Int Height 7 ft
Interior Color SPICED JAVA/BARCELONA
Hitch Weight 8000 lbs
Gross Weight 32400 lbs
Fresh Water Capacity 105 gals
Grey Water Capacity 75 gals
Black Water Capacity 50 gals
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Cummins 6.7L 340 Hp
I have a max of 100,000 to spend on my first diesel pusher. I have been looking at adds for Newmar and Monaco. A Winnebego 2004 Journey Series M-39K has been advertised with three slides. My belief is that a 4 slide unit will have less depreciation than a three slide. Would I be ahead buying a 4 slide unit that may be less depreciation and what do you think of the Winnebego Journey Series M-39K? As usual thanks for anyone that has knowledge of what I am trying to do..
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I did the same. Tent with my son in Boy Scouts,class C to a 5er to a gas A for 14 years and now a older 36 foot DP. Ours is just another toy for us. We never want to full time or half time in one for that matter. We went diesel for a better ride much better brakes and is a lot less noisy. We have only had the diesel for just over a year and so far the cost is not that much more.