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Old 09-20-2016, 04:38 PM   #1
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Hello all, I was just wondering if anyone was living full time in a 31ul?
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Old 09-22-2016, 09:12 PM   #2
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I was curious about your question too. Guessing by the lack of response, not too many. Are you gonna give it a shot?

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Old 09-22-2016, 10:51 PM   #3
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That's the plan, I would like to see the country and I think that would be an amazing way to do it. Granted I'm sure it won't be all wine and roses but what the hell it would be a great adventure. We're outdoor people anyway!
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Russ,

I'm not sure any of the precept owners are considered Full-timers.
But, there are many Precept owners who use their motorhome quite a bit
Some have gone 10-20,000 miles in a few years.

So, post the question on the Precept owners forum

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Ok Mike I'll do that thanks
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At our recent Precept get together in Shipshewana, out of 15 coaches, one member was full time. That member has a 35 S. I'm guessing, as the Precept gets bigger and offers more amenities, like the washer/dryer, that ratio will increase.

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Old 09-24-2016, 06:09 PM   #7
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One of the reasons we went with the 35S for just that reason Bob. I'll retire in a few years and then we will travel for extended periods of time. The 35S offered us every thing we would need for life on the road. We also have always purchased our second RV first. Coleman Niagra tent trailer, Keystone Cougar 243RKS and now this.
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Old 09-25-2016, 07:23 AM   #8
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Thumbs up Yes we full time!

We just sold our house in August and hit the road in our 2016 Precept 35S. We tow a 15' enclosed utility trailer with our 2 motorcycles (his n hers). So far, so good! Have had to get the screw driver out to fix things a few times, but we are having fun and seeing the wonderful USA along the way!
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JenStock. Awesome! I hope all your travels are safe and filled with great memories.
So, what is the initial plan?

for Russ/others. Below are some links for 4 youtube bloggers I
watch that have full-timed (not with Precept). They might offer
ideas/info:

The wynns (great info, not they are on a Catamarin) : Gone With the Wynns

less junk more journey (fun couple with cute little girl) - Home - Less Junk More Journey
video on what they miss -

RVLove (husband still works, wife from Australia) - https://www.youtube.com/user/RVLoveTV
good tips...funny - sample video -

Outsideourbubble (nice couple, good tips) - the downside of full-timing -
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