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RE: Does this exist - list of RV requirements

Looks like the Fleetwood Fortis 33HB may be close to what I'm after except for the opposing slides in the living area. But could be worth getting in to one to take a look. https://www.generalrv.com/product-fleetwood-rv/fortis-motor-home-class-a/33hb Same with the Flair 32S. https://www.generalrv.com/product-fleetwood-rv/flair-motor-home-class-a/32s
learntorv 05/26/21 11:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Does this exist - list of RV requirements

And I think the issue is my length restriction. Looking at other Fleetwoods, I'm seeing the 38W has everything I want *except* that it's diesel, 40' long, and I don't know/doubt if they offer the cab over bunk. https://www.generalrv.com/product-fleetwood-rv/discovery-motor-home-class-a-diesel/38w
learntorv 05/26/21 11:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Does this exist - list of RV requirements

Forest River Georgetown and Fleetwood Bounder have what you want. Unfortunately, I'm not seeing it. Do you have specific models? Georgetown 32J7 - has opposing seating, doesn't have 1/2 bath 36D7 - has 1/2 bath, doesn't have opposing seating 36K7 - has 1/2 bath, doesn't have opposing seating 31L5 - doesn't have 1/2 bath, doesn't have opposing seating 34H5 - has 1/2 bath, doesn't have opposing seating 34M5 - doesn't have 1/2 bath, doesn't have opposing seating 36B5 - has 1/2 bath, doesn't have opposing seating 32A3 - doesn't have 1/2 bath, doesn't have opposing seating 33B3 - doesn't have 1/2 bath, doesn't have opposing seating Fleetwood Bounder 33C - doesn't have 1/2 bath, doesn't have opposing seating 35K - has 1/2 bath, doesn't have opposing seating 35P - has opposing seating, doesn't have 1/2 bath 36F - has 1/2 bath, doesn't have opposing seating I had looked through the Georgetowns before. Hadn't poked through the Fleetwood offerings so thanks for the nudge. Just looks like they don't have what I'm after (which is typical that we want a unicorn :) ).
learntorv 05/26/21 11:05am Class A Motorhomes
Does this exist - list of RV requirements

My wife and I have just started shopping and I feel like we're trying to stuff 10 pounds of **** into a 5 pound bag. Here's our list: About 36' or less (arbitrarily) 1 1/2 bath Cab over bunk (but not actual bunkhouse bunks)Washer/dryer hookups Opposing slides in living area Comfortable seeing on opposing sides in living area Queen bed in master I'm finding mobiles like the Jayco Precept/Entegra 34G or Thor Hurricane 34M that have the opposing slides + seating area but not the bath and a half. Or I'm finding things like the Hurricane 35M or Winnebago Adventure 36Z that has the bath and a half but not seating across from each other. I'm also seeing that I may need to cut down a king-size bed to fit a queen.
learntorv 05/24/21 01:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thousand Trails New Membership

I plan on springing for it next year. Too many disney trips and places allready booked that were hold overs from last year. I dont go out often, but do at least 5 one week trips. And the campgrounds are in places i want to go. Worth it to try it, if you will use it. If its close to break even, i wouldn't bother. I like the TT Orlando park- nice and convenient for Disney. Add in Trails Collection and it opens up 3 more parks very close to Disney. In New Jersey, Sea Pines is our favorite park. We've driven through Lake and Shore but never stayed. In Pennsylvania, Hershey is one of the nicest parks in the system. Gettysburg Farm is decent. Circle M isn't my favorite, but we've actually spent quite a lot of time there.
learntorv 01/29/21 12:12pm General RVing Issues
RE: Thousand Trails New Membership

I'm interested in TC+, but not at $615 per year. However, I fear the current TC program will be phased out soon - 2-3 years. And the $16,000 upgrade cost is the highest ever in TT history I think. Yeah, I talked with a sales rep this morning. It does sound like they'll deal a bit on the buy-in price even from what's advertised. I don't think $615 for TC+ is that terrible. It pays for itself in just a single 2-week stay, never mind a 3-week stay. The TC+ is about the main reason why I would consider upgrading. It would help with our Florida wintering and let us travel up the coast a bit more.
learntorv 01/28/21 12:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: Mattresses

The good, I feel less bad just giving it away and buying a decent mattress that suits me well.
learntorv 01/28/21 11:51am General RVing Issues
Thousand Trails New Membership

Has anyone been following the new Thousand Trails membership offering? I'm less interested in the membership as I am the new "Trails Collection Plus" program. We use the TC add-on a lot and am really interested in the longer stays (21 days vs. 14), longer booking window (90 days vs. 60), and ability to go from one TC park directly to another. (No, I am not affiliated with Thousand Trails.)
learntorv 01/28/21 11:51am General RVing Issues
RE: Drip

Its cold and rainy here in AZ for a few days and I will crawl around under it soon and try to find the source of the drip. You may know this, but since it's been cold- mind the working temperature of whatever solution you come up with. Sometimes you'll have to wait for things to warm up before you can use different products.
learntorv 01/25/21 01:36pm Tech Issues
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