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RE: New Roadtrek 'Zion'-----promaster

I don't think Roadtrek even knows the price yet. They just presented the prototype at the show and you can hear what they said as to price (low 80s) in the video. I called Roadtrek and asked the questions that we had on the battery and they said that nothing is yet settled as to how many, what kind or where as yet... and/or what is standard and what are the options. (Oh... that Dynamax is a Class C, not a B anyway... so you might want to start a thread over there to discuss it)
mumkin 12/16/14 09:14pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Which of these 2 TRAVATOs would you buy?

The majority of the posters on that board - even those who have had the usual issues - are happy once all is fixed. A couple people have had "lemons" and had them replaced. It seems pretty similar to the first year of the Sprinter roll out here in the US.
mumkin 12/12/14 09:06pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Which of these 2 TRAVATOs would you buy?

Have any of you travato owners had the squealing brakes issue that is being discussed on the Promaster forums? If I was buying a 2015, I would want to 2015 platform...
mumkin 12/12/14 09:05am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: New Roadtrek 'Zion'-----promaster

My brochure is a copy of the one handed out at the big dealer show by Roadtrek to their dealers. That is probably where Van City got theirs too. But certainly there will be changes from the prototype It be nice if there was an option in these class B's for a single person traveling with a large dog. One of those rear beds could either be eliminated or made to flip up so you get more floor space. Of course then you give up storage. As a single person I don't need two beds/loungers or as much storage. I need more floor space and an a bigger bathroom. I know exactly what you mean about there not being much on the market that appeals to the single traveler with a dog... of any size. It is pretty much Sportsmobile... and for now Great West is still flexible and will make lots of changes to their prototype as per your wishes. The other positive for those two builders is that they will build on the smaller Promasters. The big manufacturers are all focused on the 21 ft model.
mumkin 12/10/14 12:53pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: New Roadtrek 'Zion'-----promaster

My bad... I'm looking at a dim printout and didn't pay attention to the fact that 2 6v AGMs is an option. In the chassis section it says Battery 800 amp (I thought it meant the starter battery) I haven't a clue what that means. (I got an emailed copy of the brochure) As to the fridge... that means that it is always 12v and if you plug into 110 then the converter/inverter is merely re-charging the batteries as you draw?
mumkin 12/09/14 08:15pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: New Roadtrek 'Zion'-----promaster

Got my hands on the brochure info... The tank sizes are pretty decent 35 Fresh 19 Black 20 Gray 2 6v AGM batteries The 5cf fridge is only 12v?? (is that enough battery for this on the road?) Water Heater is only propane (?)
mumkin 12/09/14 03:33pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: New Travato model, 59K

new 59 k video 59k this is a new video of the 59k. much more thorough then the first one Don't care for the drop down sink in the bathroom... never liked it on the GWV when they had it. What is that odd cabinet in the doorway?
mumkin 12/06/14 09:53pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Dean's Tour of the 2015 Pleasure-Way ProMaster Lexor TS

According to their brochure on this unit: Black 12 Gray 22 Fresh 29 My biggest beef would be the lack of closet space.
mumkin 11/27/14 07:38pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Roadtrek's ProMaster "B"

If I want to look at the internet, I want a real screen, so I use my laptop. My cell is for communications on the road... and at home I use Skype for calls. Total cost for phone service (including long distance - US and Canada) nationwide is $11 a month.
mumkin 11/26/14 11:02pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Roadtrek's ProMaster "B"

My phone only does phone calls. :C They have a lot of the same information, but it is much better organized now. The online DYO planner hasn't been updated and probably won't be for awhile. But, the new floor plans are in the DYO section where you can print them off and play paper dolls with their furniture options. There are still a few uncompleted pages here and there. For those pondering Promaster versus Transit, if you do the dropdown "van info" for each of them... go down to the bottom of the new page and pick "Van Dimension Comparisons." It gives you the various length options with the convertible space.
mumkin 11/25/14 08:09pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Roadtrek's ProMaster "B"

... but you must be joking about Sportsmobile's website. That place may actually suffer from too much info. And most of it is outdated and has changed significantly. My information was from them... not "joking"... as they told me a couple months ago that a new website wass being created. And if you click on it today... as I just did... you will see their new website!! :B Now I am going to see how it is working.
mumkin 11/24/14 08:55pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Roadtrek's ProMaster "B"

Changing a website is amazingly easy and takes so little time that it verges on neglect. If they have investers then they are being ill served and that goes for any company. It's a web world now. Since it is so easy and takes so little time, why don't you volunteer to create it for them? They are a small company with private ownership. At this point, they are selling what they produce. They are not Roadtrek or Pleasureway or Triple E... and as Davydd says, there is more on Facebook. A good website is complicated and expensive if you don't have anyone on staff to do it. The existing website is not very good anyway. I suspect that they plan to abandon it and start over. I know that the new Sportsmobile website has been "in process" for months now and still not up either. Not to mention that Pleasureway doesn't have the new Promaster on their website yet. Wonder how long it will take Roadtrek to get theirs up. where can I find a floor plan to that model. As far as I know, one hasn't been published anywhere. You can figure it out from the photos easy enough. That is a prototype.
mumkin 11/23/14 04:17pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Roadtrek's ProMaster "B"

Great West is putting a shower inside I have pics from them in my e-mail of some of the inside and it looks really nice. I'm trying to get those pics up on here. I wrote them a month or so back and they told me they are having shower, I specifically asked them that, they are taking orders for them now. You can contact their sales department and they will send you photos. Going to be starting at $80,000. GW is still playing catch-up after the move from Winnipeg to Alabama. They really need to get their website updated, and even communication by phone can be difficult. I do know from people who have been in contact with them that - like the old GWV company - they are willing to do tweaks to the floor plan. Like if you don't want that drop down bed, they will put up the usual cabinets. They can take out the two extra front seats and add more cabinetry there too.
mumkin 11/22/14 10:27pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: What you've been waiting for,,,Transit campervan

Been tried here... didn't sell. Only lasted a year or two.
mumkin 11/19/14 01:51pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: What you've been waiting for,,,Transit campervan

That floorplan would work great for single travelers. They would have to flip it around to work with our system. I like it...
mumkin 11/18/14 11:27pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Michelin tire blow out!!

Scary stuff... glad it was all a happy ending. Glad to see that someone posted a link to what to the video of what to do if a front tire blows. I've watched it a few times, but hope that I am never tested to see if I remember it in an emergency.
mumkin 11/02/14 08:15pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Who provides service ?

Mine is a Chevy 3500, so smaller than yours, but before I bought it, I went to the local Chevy dealer and he said it was too big for him, but sent me to the GMC truck shop and they have done all the work since. I had the check engine light problem last winter, and the Chevy garage in AZ suggested the new gas cap and turned the light off. It soon came back on, so I bought the cap and it went off for about a month. When I got back to ND, I took it in and it was a minor leak in the exhaust system that they fixed under warranty. So, my experience has been quite different. It depends on where you are I guess.
mumkin 11/01/14 12:39am Class C Motorhomes
RE: new class c with the chevy/ who makes

Phoenix offers many more options for moving things around. Since LTV was taken over by Triple E, and moved up-market... not to mention become so popular... they don't allow much wiggle room. They have rather abandoned the off-road/boondocker market of the traditional Class B where they started. But when you can't build them fast enough to allow dealers to have any inventory, you tend to not see the need for individual tweaks. It is a part of the old LTV that many of us miss.
mumkin 10/28/14 11:36pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Ford Transit vs Nissan NV--comparison

Not quite... The Nissan NV200 is the size of the Ford Transit... and is a rather attractive little van that looks nothing like its ugly big brother. Nissan NV200
mumkin 10/28/14 11:29pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: new class c with the chevy/ who makes

That Libero rig has a nice mix of many things we consider important in a small Class C (however, we're Ford fans). And I bought it specifically because I am not. :B - Interior height is marginal for tall folks. Fortunately I'm short. - Why no single bed tucked into that overhead cab area? Because it would only hold an infant or maybe up to a 3 year old. It is specifically for people who don't want or need a bed up there and want the better mileage provided by an aerodynamic front shape. The dinette directly under that area is a bed and it would be silly to have both unless you want someone jumping out of bed and walking over you. - Why isn't it offered on the Chevy 4500 chassis for a little more mechanical ruggedness and maybe slightly better ground clearance? Not sure why... really not an off-road type of RV...
mumkin 10/28/14 12:29am Class C Motorhomes
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