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RE: happy

Party on Canadians!!
mumkin 07/01/22 07:35am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Coachman Nova

Yes... Dean is a character... and a great guy, like everyone at LTV. That is an impressive rig all around.
mumkin 05/18/22 08:13am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Coachman Nova

I don't know what the out the door price is for the Coachman, but if you are looking for a rear bath, you might check out a used Leisure Travel Free Spirit SS model with the slide. They made them from 2013 to 2015 and there are usually a couple of them listed on RV Trader. ... I agree this may be a better choice as far as rig quality. Although LTV no longer makes any Class B vehicles, most of their better dealers will still work on them... and Triple E/LTV are helpful people. Thor now owns Coachman and their reputation for quality and warranty backup is one of the worst. But I do prefer the Promaster to the Sprinter, and the LTV also has a slide... another pro or con depending on people's preferences.
mumkin 05/16/22 04:49pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: 2019 Roadtrek Zion

We found just the camper van we want but worried about the year of it. It’s a 2019 Roadtrek Zion. That is when it closed and then bought out by a different company. I understand the new company had to finish making the van that year and had possible electric problems. Should we keep looking or are we ok to buy this 2019 camper van? Thank you for any help here. I owned a 2019 Simplicity on a 2018 Promaster and Hymer bankrupted the company less than 5 months after I bought. I only had one warranty issue and it was taken care of by the supplier of the part and the labor was covered by Rapido - the new buyers good will short term limited warranty for those of us who lost our original coverage. So... I lost nothing. The main reason I had no issues was that I had the simple traditional systems... suburban hot water heater... and AGM batteries. Your first question is which electrical system does it have? It could have either a large AGM (Northstar 182 ah) or the so called Eco Trek system with lithiums. The original owner of this 2019 very likely had done the numerous fixes that were needed... may even have replaced the lithium series. Every new series has been a bit better than the previous. That is what you need to know before purchase... which battery system... and what was done to upgrade if it is lithium.
mumkin 04/24/22 06:28pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Steering wheel positioning on a Class B

It is odd to most of us... that said, it didn't take any time to get used to it. But then, my 2 Promasters have been my only vehicle, so no switching back and forth. From what I have seen, it is mostly men that are all that bothered by it. Not sure if a tilting wheel is included in all the updates to the 2022 models.
mumkin 04/12/22 08:28am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Where is EVERYONE??

I guess I could've posted when I installed a couple of hooks to hang hats, shirts, etc. I could've taken some pictures and talked about it. Wasn't that exciting... Thanks for the giggle. Lots of that on FB which is much of the appeal of the format for the new people.
mumkin 02/05/22 10:11am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
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