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Posted: 02/07/06 07:59pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

fredbon wrote:

I believe the coach should have a W24 chassis and a generator.Fred


It does have a generator, 7.0 Onan but I agree the W-24 or W-25.5 chassis would be a much better fit.


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BWhite wrote:

THe rear overhang looks a bit excessive!


That's what I thought. Kind'a ugly from the side IMO..


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rvjer wrote:


It does have a generator, 7.0 Onan but I agree the W-24 or W-25.5 chassis would be a much better fit.


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An additional comment is the use of "Off the shelf" kitchen appliances, these can be repaired or replaced at most home improvement stores or local appliance stores. Now if we could get off the shelf air conditioners and furnaces.

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Posted: 02/08/06 05:13pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Where would one place "Flounder" on a list of names to choose from for a new anything ? I am thinking near the bottom .

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Huh?? Who wants a garbage disposal in a motorhome. Where does the ground up garbage go?? Oh, in the gray water holding tank.

Who wants a full size range??? No one even wants an oven with a combo conv/micro and two burns are just fine.

Does the Flounder have a 100 gal. hot water tank behind a door in the bathroom???

Logo is a guy holding a fishing rod and a flounder???

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seems strange to me,
residential range and refer, dishwasher, that is heavy stuff.
I don't think the refer runs on propane either.
definitely not for me.

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Posted: 02/08/06 07:47pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Reefer doesn't run on LP (I have one of those Amana bottom freezers, nice fridge) but the coach comes with an inverter to keep it running off battery when on the road. I think that this coach has potential to be pretty good. A bit long in the tail though. The name is not so hot, could have called it a Rounder or a Grounder or maybe a Peter Paul Mounder.


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I can say that John Crean sure knows how to get the attention of the RV community. At his age good for him. He sure is an asset to the RV manufacturing community as well.

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The outside graphics are OUTSTANDING!!!

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-Gramps- wrote:

The name is not so hot, could have called it a Rounder or a Grounder or maybe a Peter Paul Mounder.



I heard that he was considering using the name "beagle" at one time.....

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