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RE: Northshore Mass to Gettysburg PA

Thanks all for your advice. I have my route planned out. Thanks again
Quint Da Man 11/07/19 07:23am Roads and Routes
Northshore Mass to Gettysburg PA

Looking for a well proven route to Gettysburg from Northshore area of Massachusetts. Definitely want to avoid the George Washington bridge route. I see rt 90 > 84 > 91 > 15 > 287 over the Tappen Zee is that the recommended route? A Friend suggested 84 threw Fishkill > 81 All suggestions welcome We will be traveling in a 32 ft Class C and 36' Class A
Quint Da Man 11/04/19 08:21am Roads and Routes
RE: Lets Talk Covers

Thanks for your input and suggestions. probably won't be doing the tarp thing, looking for a breathable cover.
Quint Da Man 09/05/19 02:33pm Class C Motorhomes
Lets Talk Covers

Looking for a good quality cover for my 32' class c. Had a 5th wheel for years and used ADCO but they are a cheap cover in my opinion. Rip easily and last about 3 years tops. Are there any better quality covers out there people have experience with? Thanks
Quint Da Man 08/19/19 02:01pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Good RV Navigation apps for iphone?

Thanks everyone for your input. I think I'll give CoPilot a try and see how it works out. It's only $30 for a year subscription so not that much of an investment.
Quint Da Man 08/19/19 01:27pm Technology Corner
RE: Good RV Navigation apps for iphone?

Copilot You find CoPilot fairly reliable when choosing a route taking into consideration your rig size and weight?
Quint Da Man 08/07/19 07:34am Technology Corner
Good RV Navigation apps for iphone?

Are there any good navigation apps for the iPhone? Something that lets you input vehicle size, weight, etc and calculates route accordingly? Wish Waze would design and RV friendly version. Thanks
Quint Da Man 08/05/19 11:13am Technology Corner
RE: Dipping my toe in the Class C waters, Which one

So much for a discussion on the original post lol
Quint Da Man 07/29/19 01:36pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Dipping my toe in the Class C waters, Which one

We just purchased a new Class C Winnebago after looking at 3-4 brands. Winnebago build quality is a definite step up when you start looking closely. We looked at two brands under Thor name..big pass! Did you look at the Thor Quantum line?
Quint Da Man 07/24/19 05:51pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Dipping my toe in the Class C waters, Which one

Been relatively happy with our Winnebago on the E450 chassis. It's held up pretty well for being 13 years old, and mechanically it's been no problem aside from a couple failed tires. If we could roll back the clock, I don't think we'd have given up the fifth wheel and truck. I miss being able to drop the trailer and take the truck sightseeing or shopping, and towing a dinghy has its own costs and challenges. Hey lane hog I sort of feel the same way about the 5th wheel at this point lol. I don't want to be lugging around this huge trailer behind me all the time and would rather tool around in a jeep to do all you mentioned than a big truck. But to each his own and both ways have there merits and maybe after a few years I'll feel the same way. Only time will tell.
Quint Da Man 07/23/19 08:06pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Dipping my toe in the Class C waters, Which one

Thanks for your input. So another model we are very interested in that is not in the super C catorgory is the Thor Quantum WS31 any thoughts on this unit? Thanks again
Quint Da Man 07/23/19 08:01pm Class C Motorhomes
Dipping my toe in the Class C waters, Which one

As my wife and I gently glide into retirement years (3 yrs away)we are contemplating getting a Class C rig and trading in or selling the 5th wheel. For the next 3 years it will be weekend trips and vacations and when retired we will be heading out for 3 months or so at a time. Our thinking is something in the 32-36' range, probably buy used, no older then 4 years old, have a budget of about 100k plus or minus. But I know little about what are good rigs, rigs to stay away from etc. one model we are interested in is the Isata 5 36ds but our search is just beginning. What are your opinions and insights on manufacturers and models we should consider or stay away from. Thanks in advance
Quint Da Man 07/22/19 04:23pm Class C Motorhomes
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