Originally Posted by donellen30
Thanks everyone. We just returned from a 4 hour round trip to check out the Precept we had been interested in. Have totally changed our minds after spending some time in it. I hated the counter space and would have regretted it immediately. Loved the bathroom and bedroom, but the sofa was less than comfortable. Too many negatives to add another $60k with our trade in.
They did not have a 31 Ul but will have to check it out. As far as the living room slide in our Greyhawk' they have found no short or problem anywhere. Advised we operate the slides with the engine running! First time since purchase we have been told that. Will find out next weekend if it works.
We made a great decision between the A and C! We kept the C and moved up to a Seneca 36FK. We get the best of both worlds...
First: Service at a Freightliner dealership includes a 2-hour express lane for regular maintenance. If you take an A to them - you wait until Tuesday or Wednesdays when they take the Pushers. The Dealership treats a Freightliner M2-106 as a fleet truck and they have everything your chassis could need in stock, and they get you back out on the road right away.
Now to the rest of the coach... go and check one out - King Bed, Lots of counter space (we have a countertop coffee maker and travel with it ON the counter where it sits) Nightstand with power, Large Fridge that holds everything we need for over a week dry camping.
We just came back from a week in Colorado (104 daytime temp) and the dual AC running on generator power kept us cool inside all week. (will keep the coach at 73 if your kids don't leave the door open all the time)