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RE: Nexus Phantom 32 SC

RichNewcome- Since you have had a DP and a truck which do you prefer to drive down the highway? Assuming all other features were equal. Just the drive down the highway. Thanx
az99 05/04/16 05:37am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Tile Floors and Cold Weather

Mr. Al, we didn't have heated floors in our 'tiled' coach and didn't really miss something we didn't have. The little electric heater seemed to work well. Now that the new coach has heated wood floors, it's amazing. We were in 8 degree weather back in December heading West through NM and AZ at higher elevation. It's amazing how the heated floors maintained interior temp. At night, I don't like to have anything on if possible, especially, our diesel fired furnace. I like things as quiet as possible. Your wife will love heated floors. MM.She does love heated floors. We have them in our S&B. That is the reason the question came up. :) When I kept seeing all the big$ coaches advertising tile floors and hydronic heat, I assumed it was radiant floor heating.
az99 05/01/16 10:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What to buy in a 40'-45' with tag ?

Thanx for all the suggestions of used Bluebirds and Prevosts but as the OP said I am looking for a new 40'-45' tag axle. In the neighborhood of Dutch Star pricing and trim level. I know used is in many cases a better way to buy a MH but I always become a sucker for the latest bells and whistles.:)
az99 05/01/16 10:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What to buy in a 40'-45' with tag ?

I honestly don't believe any 'run of the mill' coach is built that much different than each other. Just my opinion. Tiffin, Winnebago, Newmar, Fleetwood, Monaco..... all are built about same in their given price ranges. They pretty much use the same venders for everything. I disagree. There is nothing wrong with the materials used. It is who and how it is used. When companies reward their workers by how fast things are done and have no QC, the materials used in a Prevost would net the same result at the end of the assembly line. Thanx for your recommendation.
az99 05/01/16 05:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tile Floors and Cold Weather

We were just really surprised that anyone spending the big $ that the units cost with tile floors would not demand floor heat under tile. Anyone in a cool to cold climate would certainly have floor heat under tile in an equally priced new sticks and bricks. We just assumed it was there. It is certainly on DW's must have list. If I am going to spend all the money to haul that heavy, pretty tile up and down the road I am not going to cover it with carpets so my feet are not cold. :)
az99 05/01/16 05:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What to buy in a 40'-45' with tag ?

If I were looking for a regular coach, they just received a 2015 Entegra with only 3,200 miles, four slides, etc. If there is nothing wrong with it, for $299,000, I would be all over that coach. MM.I have had 2 Jaycos. Both of them the quality was horrendous. Never again no matter how they try to rename them.
az99 04/30/16 04:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tile Floors and Cold Weather

Why don't they put heat under them? Tile is a very uncomfortable surface to be on when it is not warm. No one would put tile in their home without heat under it in a cold climate.
az99 04/30/16 04:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What to buy in a 40'-45' with tag ?

Anyone like any of the Tiffins in that price range?
az99 04/29/16 04:35pm Class A Motorhomes
Tile Floors and Cold Weather

Since all new coaches seem to use tile for flooring and many don't seem to use underfloor heat, what do you do to keep your feet warm?Nothing worse than walking on a cold tile floor. Do the electric optional heat pads seem to work?
az99 04/29/16 09:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What to buy in a 40'-45' with tag ?

There is absolutely NO WAY I would ever buy a motorhome at the Hershey show!!! I would rather travel 600 to 1100 miles or more to a reputable dealer.Me either. I just meant to be able to look and compare models all in one place.
az99 04/29/16 09:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What to buy in a 40'-45' with tag ?

Where is your dealer for American around Allentown? We are not far from there. My wife likes them.
az99 04/29/16 04:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What to buy in a 40'-45' with tag ?

I see that you are in PA, and that is a downfall for us looking for the bigger tag axle coaches. I am on my third coach in ten years and have gone south to find them and bring them back to PA. Enjoy your search!!That is the truth. I can't even find a DS within 200 miles of us. But we always have the Hershey show. When we are in Fla. there are several dealers down there.
az99 04/29/16 04:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: When does the fear stop?

The fear stopped for me the day I sold it. I got a 35' Class A DP new. Kept it for less than a month. That was never going to be fun. Got a truck chassis Seneca and back to 100% comfort and confidence. I see the people all the time driving motorhomes that look scared to death to be driving them. That can't be any fun.
az99 04/29/16 04:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What to buy in a 40'-45' with tag ?

If you like the truck type drive, why not look at some of the Super C's that have a tag axle? http://i54.tinypic.com/qsnj82.jpgI did look at the Renegade and the Dynamax. The thing I do not need is the huge towing capacity of that class 8 truck. I had a 40 on a M2 chassis. There is also a lot of wasted space of the cab and then a side door. Thanx for the input.
az99 04/28/16 04:40pm Class A Motorhomes
What to buy in a 40'-45' with tag ?

I am considering a Class A now that there seem to have been some major improvements in handling and ride. I am more comfortable with the truck type drive. I am looking for a 40' to 45' new coach that must be tag axle. Not really into the gaudy stuff like brothel ceiling and lacquered cabinets. Trim level along the lines of a Dutch Star. But not locked into just Newmar. We really don't need the new fad 1/2 bath either. Like a recliner to sit in rather than 2 sofas. The only thing I would not consider is a Jayco. What would you suggest? Thanx
az99 04/28/16 12:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Former Member Of this Forum

Thanx but that was not who I was looking for. Bad memory for sure.
az99 04/28/16 12:13pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Former Member Of this Forum

I seem to remember dunehauler as his name but that results in nothing either as an advanced search for author. But my memory may be bad. :) Actually tried to make a smiley face.
az99 04/27/16 03:40pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Former Member Of this Forum

I tried that also before posting. The web site you are accessing has experienced an unexpected error. Please contact the website administrator.
az99 04/27/16 06:35am Class C Motorhomes
Former Member Of this Forum

There was a member on here that used to contribute regularly. Then he moved to a Class A. I think he had a Haulmark. Anyone remember his name? The search only goes back 1 year. Thanx
az99 04/27/16 04:31am Class C Motorhomes
RE: pa e zpass

For Pa. just list it as something under that weight so you have a personal account. Mine is way over max weight and pull a trailer. It always calculates the toll correctly but runs my $35 hold out very quickly. The commercial account IIRC requires a $200 balance.
az99 04/26/16 09:14am Class A Motorhomes
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