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tropical36

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Posted: 05/19/20 11:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

humpndunk wrote:

20 years ago my wife and I were full-timers in our RV(s). We're in a house now, but itching to get back out touring. We have visited 48 of the 50 US states in our camper, we move a lot, and we dry-camp more than we stay in RV parks, so we're looking for a used class A with as few slides as possible. What models, 20 years old or less, should we be looking for? 36 to 40' max, and no tag axle.

Looks like your advice is all over the place so far and because you haven't revealed your budget for this purchase.
Also for whether you want a puller or a pusher and gas or diesel.
Keep in mind a non slide coach, is worth about half of it's total value and the single most valuable option out there.
Just saying, so that you won't be paying much of anything for a non slide perhaps and for then being lucky to ever sell it.
One slide units were very prevalent in the late 90's and early 2000's and there must be some nice ones, that are still around.


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My 2002 National Tradewinds is 37-0 with one slide. Slide includes dinette and main cabin couch.


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We are full-timing in a 37ft. 1999 National Tradewinds with one slide (couch and dinette). We've owned it since 2003 and have traveled to all 48 lower states, Canada and Alaska and have never thought the coach was not adequate for our needs. Wishing you success in your search. Happy travels. Arrnold


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What does drycamping have to do with not wanting slides? My '04 30' Itasca has 2, one for the kitchen/dinette, and one for the rear bedroom, both on the driver's side. They take less than 10 seconds each to extend/retract, and are used whether we are in a full hookup campground or boondocking (about 50/50).


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We have a 2001 Newmar 4095 with two slides. It works great for us. Both slides are on drivers side. No tag so get more basement storage. We spend about four months during the summer in it, plus some short trips during the rest of the year. Having a washer and dryer is a big plus for the wife.

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we love our country coach 36 foot intrigue with just a driver side slide. everything in the coach is accessible with slide in and the living area is much nicer with slide open. we replaced the short couch with an easy chair for me. [emoticon]


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