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    • So it turns out it is the output shaft on my steering gearbox that has the bad leak and from what I've been quoted and reading, that generally is best to just replace the entire gearbox if the output shaft is leaking. I was left a VM today that the cost of this installed is $2235. That seems pretty steep, but I've never dealt with this before. I didn't get any details, but I'm assuming that's a new part? Anyone been through this before? Any thoughts?  I'll call in the morning to find out the breakdown of the cost of the part vs labor, etc. 
    • What other memberships will you have.  Remember, C2C is an affiliate and you should really have more than one to ensure you get into parks that you want to stay in as you travel.  All affiliates have a certain number of sites at each park and when those are reserved you are out of luck, but with more than one membership you may be able to get in during the time frame you want. If this is part of the negotiation for a membership at a home park, make the Deluxe part of the package.   We get by with the Classic, but we also have AOR and ROD which both have 2 week stays (as well as TT) so the C2C is usually our week out somewhere.   BTW, if the park you are interested in is a Classic only park, you still only get 1 week and it is 60 days out to reserve.  
    • We are back in Canada...had a great time at the WCR this year...met many new friends and got reacquainted with old friends. Thanks to Chad for all his work setting this up.
    • I have researched the benefits and differences between the deluxe and classic coast to coast memberships and I understand the differences. The major differences being that with a deluxe membership you can stay at deluxe parks for 14 days rather than 7 and you can book 90 days out rather than 60 days. My question for those who have (or have had) a coast to coast membership, is is worth paying the extra to have a deluxe membership over a classic membership? Your input and experience is appreciated. Dave
    • We have stayed at Tom Sawyer RV park many times and have never had a problem with power.
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