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  1. Beautiful 30' rig with walk-around queen (upgraded mattress), ready to go, make an offer! Great shape, low miles, just take off and enjoy. We hold the clean title so easy transfer. Contact with questions or for more pix. Maintenance records provided on request, all manuals organized and provided. More pix on RV Trader "Bessie" has served us well -- round trips from Chicago to the west coast to visit family, mountain ranges, local trips to state parks, no probs. The 30' size drives like a big van and gets into all the state and nat'l parks as well as easy in-out to parking lots and residential streets. And it's perfectly livable with one or both slides retracted (see pix) for those "Camp Walmart" nights. 33,600 miles, 2017 model so all bugs worked out Ford E-450 super duty gas engine, 10 cylinders 6-speed automatic torque shift with Tow/Haul mode 8,000 pound towing capacity (we towed a VW Rabbit and didn't feel it) 29.95 feet long, 8.25 feet wide, 11 feet high, 6.8 feet ceiling 55 gallon gas tank Black tank: 26 gallons, Grey tank: 32 gallons, *with tank heaters* Two power retractable slides with slide toppers (awnings) 14' automatic awning passenger side Full-size spare tire Custom-sized white cover and straps for storage Clean, no smoking Back up camera Upgraded to 2 deep-cycle AGM coach batteries ($450 value) Upgraded over-the-bed vent to a remote-controlled Fantastik Fan ($1,000 value) Added an outside shower Added a bidet to bathroom toilet (less tp needed) Added a Safe-T-Plus RV steering stabilizer ($750 value) New exhaust system (muffler, "Tornado" catalytic converter) Outside entertainment center including 32" TV Outside kitchen Porcelain toilet (with that bidet), full shower with skylight, updated shower sprayer Tires in good shape All appliances and electronics are in good working order, she's ready to rock!
  2. tbarna

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    Hi all, looking for some advice here. We have just about sealed up the outside of our RV (just in time for snow) and are now looking to start on the inside. Since our RV is a '91, we have decided to replace all the appliances. Any suggestions on where to purchase? We are going to buy a microwave, stove, sink and refrigerator. Thanks for your help!
  3. 2019 22R Minnie Winnie for sale. Low mileage, 9910 mi. Many upgrades and is in excellent condition. Asking $62,000 Has full convenience package which includes ladder for front bed, heated holding tanks, glass shower doors, ladder on outside, plus much more. Also has stabilizer jacks on the rear. 1000w Inverter, extra coach battery and 185w solar with solar controller. Vent covers on all 3 vents. Front vent has remote controlled fan with auto-temp controls. Inside has quick disconnect for propane furnace, which could be included. Ford E350 V10 Roadmaster All Terrain tow bar available Purchased April 2019. I have all the original paperwork. Located in Mesa, AZ. Do not contact me if you are a dealer.
  4. Not your ordinary boring, brown interior design in an RV. We have painted the walls white, upgraded the cabinetry with modern, gold pulls, and replaced the unflattering, view-hindering valances, and shades for white curtains. Mileage is under 30K and we have had ZERO issues with the rig. Features include:- 47-gallon water tank- 33-gallon black tank- 41-gallon grey water tank- Automatic hydraulic leveling jacks (this will save your RV trip!)- 2 slide outs, one for the living room and dining table and the other for the bed. It is completely usable without the slides out, we did it many times. - Walk around queen bed- Electric retractable 16' awning with LED lighting- Large closet space and storage space, the most we've seen in RVs at this price.- Tri-fold sofa for added sleeping as well as a fold-down dining table to for even more sleeping options- Ample exterior storage- Backup and side-view cameras- 1,000-watt inverter- Two A/C units with separate temperature controls, one in the living room and the other in the bedroom - JRide plus suspension makes this a comfortable RV to ride in on any roads- 1,000-watt inverter- Heated holding tanks- 6 Gallon Gas/Electric water heaterExtras that we are including with the purchase:- Tire Pressure Monitoring System- Sewage hose and connections as well as flexible sewer hose support- Water hose and electric heated water hose- less than a year old mattress, not the stock mattress so it is comfortable- French drain under bed to help prevent moisture build-up under the bed- Tow package, although it will depend on your tow vehicle- Original pull-down shades included if you want to re-install them- Garmin navigation system- Still under manufacturer warranty until JunePlease message (carrieandress@hotmail.com) for more details, photos, and a video walk-thru of the rig. Price is $72,000 (negotiable).
  5. $50,000 2014 Jayco Redhawk for sale in Ohio. 28ft. Sleeps 5. 15,508 miles. Selling to travel internationally more. Great condition. Willing to drive to buyer.
  6. Hi, we are thinking of downsizing from a 5th wheel to a short Class A or Class C. I was wondering do people actually trade rigs or should we plan on trading at a dealership? We have a 2008 Sunnybrook Titan 33CK-TS in great condition but my husband is physically disabled and is no longer comfortable setting up the rig. We no longer full time and rent a home. We would still like to travel and think a small motorhome would be perfect. Any opinions or thoughts? Has anyone gone through this dilemma?
  7. I didn't find a topic on this (sorry if I missed it, if so please let me know). I've heard that RV tires only last 5 years, even if they haven't reached their mileage limit. I've also heard that there are markings on the tires which will tell you their manufacture date. If 5 years is the tires' lifespan, is that from the date on the tires? Thanks-
  8. Recently I saw the question posted on facebook, "Can I install a household shower head in an RV" The answer of course is yes. they both use standard pipe fittings as well as the faucets in the kitchen and bathroom. I decided to get a shower head that is not labeled for RV use and see what happens. I was completely underwhelmed, it was just like I had put the factory shower head back on. So now I'm back in the comfort of my oxygenics. Check it out if you have some time!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXr6jFOMVVk
  9. I am thinking of buying a 2008 Itaska Navion and I’m wondering if anyone has had experience with this motorhome. It has a Dodge sprinter Mercedes chassis and I’m wondering about the reliability of these and also any issues that people may have had in the past. Any information you could give me this morning would be very greatly appreciated. Thank you, Maggie
  10. Hi all. I've been reading on this forum quite a bit and love how active it is. I was hoping all you experienced RVers could give my husband and me some guidance on what rig to buy. Here's our plan: We want to travel the country for at least one year with our (now) 2 year old. We are open to the idea of buying a Class C or Class A, but here are our main criteria: 1. NEEDS to have a sleeping solution for our toddler that we don't have to set up everyday (leaning towards Class C because it's more common to find bunks in those). We're also open in remodeling a closet or other space into a bunk if that's a viable option. 2. USED and under 40k, we don't mind doing cosmetic remodeling. 3. Max length 32, preferably 30' 4. CCC of at least around 2,000lbs (We found a Bigfoot that we REALLY liked, but turns out the CCC is only 455lbs) 5. double sink (or is that something that can be installed afterwards in any rig?) 6. good insulation as we plan to take it up North (but not in the midst of winter, so expecting no colder than 20 degrees at night) 7. Car seat safety - needs to have a dinette or seating that can accommodate a car seat rear-facing 8. Some counter space would be nice since we'll be cooking a lot 9. Reliability. We've been saving for this trip for quite a while and don't want to spend too much time in repair shops or broken down 10. Tow rating - needs to be able to pull a dinghy (make and model TBD after we purchase the rig) I'm hoping you can give us some guidance on any or all of the items we need! Please let us know what you think what brands/models to look for and which ones to avoid! Also, I'm not sure what age is "too old" for a used unit that we need to Thank you and happy travels!
  11. Anyone else using Verizon Unlimited and liking it? Yeah it's not truly unlimited in every way, but it still is a home internet replacement for me without issue. I made this video in my apartment, but I am weekender currently when it comes to RVing, and am out every weekend primarily at the same campground, but out to different parts of the country around me regularly.
  12. Here is a quick tip for winterizing that RV fridge if you have the same handles I do https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJ-1YfREYj4
  13. I recently installed two Battle Born lithium batteries and an Ames 2000 watt inverter charger into my travel trailer. Here is how it looks all finished up minus the parallel cables for the two batteries, Here is my real world usage for those batteries anybody else using these batteries, I am a big fan. I will no longer carry a generator 2-4 day boondocking trips.
  14. Temperatures are getting chilly overnight, I have a tip for those of us without heat pumps. This allows me to use electric heat and or catalytic heaters that sip propane to warm the entire coach.
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