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RE: B+ motorhomes

Scottie, I would suggest you carefully remove small amounts of the damaged/rotted area and review the internal construction. You might be able to remove a section of of the fiberglass and replace all the rotted sub framework, and then go over it with new fiberglass sheets?
cheeze1 11/30/21 05:45pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Possible return to RV life

FOLKS, THANK YOU all for your input. We just had a long talk and as much as we loved our RV, our lives have changed to where it would not work for us. We appreciate all the kind advice and wish all of you luck and safe travels!
cheeze1 08/19/21 04:39pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Possible return to RV life

We are ‘flexible’ as to bed location. Seems like the ones with rear beds (island) are usually with longer coaches. Either way, we prefer a bed that is sortof ‘permanent’ rather than a jackknife, which we eventually abandoned when I rebuilt the interior into a version of the “Built for 2” with permanent beds on each side.
cheeze1 08/19/21 11:19am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Possible return to RV life

Klutch, thanks for the info. I’m the owner of my second 2002 Corvette and an active forum member for years and I see similar statements as yours constantly. If were to entertain a higher mileage one I could be looking at something in my budget range. As for the coach, I’m an obsessed DIY’er from a family of varied skills and I’m proud to say I absorbed everything I could from my Dad and his brothers. I was also an Industrial Arts Teacher. This is my ‘windy’ way of saying unless the coach is a wreck, I’m not worried about repairs or reconfiguration. Do you have a brand preference for the cab?
cheeze1 08/19/21 10:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Possible return to RV life

I have to say that the info from those who purchased rentals surprised me. I expected them to be beat. Revising my original question, our wish list would be not to go any longer than 25’ because the 23’ Trail Lite we had was very flexible for smaller areas. We strongly prefer a rear bed and at least 1 slide. Our budget is around $40k. I do have concern about high mileage vehicles. Thanks again!
cheeze1 08/18/21 10:52pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Possible return to RV life

Thanks! I did a quick look at a few new ones and it seems like a 22-25’ Class C is around $80,000?
cheeze1 08/18/21 05:16pm Class C Motorhomes
Possible return to RV life

Hi Folks, there’s a we might be getting another B+ or C. Since I’ve been out of the loop since 2012, I don’t have all my RV resources anymore. We will be looking for a smaller (up to 25’) one with hopefully 1 slide out, rear bed preferred, but we have to be flexible in the used market. Lower mileage is a plus. What are the ‘newer’ websites where we might start looking? Thanks everyone!!
cheeze1 08/18/21 01:41pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: B+ motorhomes

Hi Folks, there’s a we might be getting another B+ or C. Since I’ve been out of the loop since 2012, I don’t have all my RV resources anymore. We will be looking for a smaller (up to 25’) one with hopefully 1 slide out, rear bed preferred, but we have to be flexible in the used market. Lower mileage is a plus. What are the ‘newer’ websites where we might start looking? Thanks everyone!!
cheeze1 08/18/21 01:36pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: B+ motorhomes

My condolences Dale. My wife and I over the last 2 years have both undergone successful (fingers crossed) cancer treatments but the fear is still there. Agree with Orion, wish I still had my ‘05. I tried to paint my own swoosh on mine and the proportions/curves were so bad I didn’t even try to to the other side. I eventually removed it.
cheeze1 07/06/21 12:51pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: B+ motorhomes

SO nice to hear from you guys once in awhile. Tho we sold our 213 in 2011, we still miss it. I also converted ours to 2 single beds which made the coach roomier and a certain person didn’t have to climb over me to make her regular mid night trek to the bathroom! Hope you are all doing well!
cheeze1 07/05/21 08:12pm Class C Motorhomes
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